Leaked image of the Oly Pen-F


Berkins

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Looks good
Hoping for 4K vid capability
 

ricleo

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looks nice. the handgrip even looks like it has a built in arca swiss plate.
 

Oct 12, 2004
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Looks like a small Df without the hump ;p
 

keithwee

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Looks like a very neat package :) I'm expecting really top notch construction and a new sensor given that the Pen has always been a top tier product in Olympus
 

bahamot

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Unlike the first OMD, this PEN-F somehow doesn't give me the urge to purchase
 

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At the rumoured retail price of euro 1499, feel it's a tad overpriced.....
 

keithwee

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At the rumoured retail price of euro 1499, feel it's a tad overpriced.....
Rumors are what I hope ... Rumors. EP5/VF4/17F1.8 was then at a price of $1998 at SRP so I guess maybe somewhere similar will be good.
 

bhtan83

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Do we still have to mount the camera in order to use the 50MP?

Cos i don't find it practical.
 

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Rumors are what I hope ... Rumors. EP5/VF4/17F1.8 was then at a price of $1998 at SRP so I guess maybe somewhere similar will be good.
According to digicame, the prices are body 999 pounds, 14-42 kit 1099 pounds & 17mm kit 1199 pounds so guess it will be more than 2k in Sg.
 

spidey89

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Do we still have to mount the camera in order to use the 50MP?

Cos i don't find it practical.
Most probably, it's still new technology, eventually, we may not need to mount it anymore. But for now, I wouldn't be surprised if we have to. I'm not too keen on having 50mp files to edit, and since it doesn't work with flashes, I wouldn't really use it