Olympus Imaging India Private Limited, one of the world leaders in opto-digital technology, launched its flagship product globally – the imaging game-changer – the OM-D E-M1 The camera features the highest quality image sensor by Olympus globally and comes with a 16.3 megapixel capacity.
With High Speed Dual fast Auto Focus which uses both Contrast Auto Focus and On-chip Phase Detection Auto Focus, photographs come alive, as Olympus touts that their flagship range which has won several awards globally is ready to change imaging as we know it.
The Electronic View Finder is equipped with the latest features available globally making it India’s premier camera in both magnification and enhancement of creativity. Add to this the fact that the camera comes with 5-axis image stabilisation which is a technology no other camera maker globally possesses, and has built in wi-fi, and you have a proven winner for camera enthusiasts. The E-M1 even allows users to take photographs in temperatures as low as -10o c, coming with a weather-sealed body.
Speaking at the launchMr. Kenichiro Mori, Managing Director, Olympus Imaging India Private Limited, commented, “There are several reasons why we feel that the E-M1 is the ultimate in imaging. We have included features and technology such as Dual Auto Focus and 5-axis image stabilization, which we have pioneered and are the only players in, currently”.
The mirrorless camera takes erstwhile cameras and removes the prism within, making professional cameras obsolete by providing superior quality with a body as condensed as a compact camera. The camera thus provides professional camera quality with ease of portability and the option of carrying your professional camera around with you.
Seen as the future of imaging, the E-M1 is touted to win many more awards than its predecessor, the globally awarded and recognised OM-D E-M5. With features such as DUAL AF, a top-notch LiveMOS sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, wi-fi capabilities and a weather sealed body, the camera looks to cater to all sections of society.