The Olympus camera business, which has undergone a brand change, today officially brought the first product after belonging to OM Digital Solutions— Olympus PEN E-P7. This camera has a very retro styling and is available in silver and black and silver colors. Like the previous E-M10 Mark IV, it still carries a 20MP m4/3 sensor and Truepic VIII image processor. Based on this specification, the development of E-P7 is likely to have started before the business is split.
This device has an in-camera five-axis anti-shake function, which can provide up to 4.5 gear compensation. It has a built-in flash but no electronic viewfinder. There is a 3-inch 1.04 million-dot touch screen on the back, and the angles for flipping up and down are 90 degrees and 180 degrees, respectively. The weight of the E-P7 body after including the memory card and battery is 337g, which is in line with the positioning of a travel camera. Its sensitivity is ISO 200-25,600 (expandable to ISO 100-25,600), and 15fps continuous shooting can be achieved under the electronic shutter.
The E-P7 uses an AF system based on 121 contrast focus points, and also has a face and eye priority focus function. In terms of video recording, it supports up to [email protected] shooting. In addition, E-P7 also supports 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, and is equipped with USB 2.0 and micro HDMI interfaces. The camera uses a BLS-50 battery and has a battery life of 360 shots.
In terms of release information, Olympus PEN E-P7 will only be launched in Asia and Europe tentatively. Its stand-alone price in the UK is 749 pounds (about 6,790 yuan), with M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm F3.5 -5.6 The kit price of the EZ lens is 849 pounds (approximately RMB 7,690).In addition to E-P7, Aozhixin also released a brand new M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4.0 PRO The lens, which has good focal length coverage and dust and splash resistance, is priced at 176,000 yen (about 10,280 yuan). Both new products will be on sale from the end of June.