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A99 review: "Olympus E-X1"?
« on: October 07, 2012, 05:45:34 PM »

"Cameras like Sony's own NEX 7 and the new Olympus E-X1 shows that the EVF is such a small component that it can now be located almost anywhere, including the nose friendly top-left of the body."

Reading the A99 review, I initially decided that this quote must be some sort of typo, though I couldn't figure out what other camera Reichmann might be referring to. But then this quote followed:

"We lined up the A99, A900, Sony NEX-7, Olympus OM-D E5 and Olympus E-X1. We put on lenses of comparable focal length and maximum apertures and looked though the cameras, focusing and composing, both indoors and outdoors and under varying light levels."

This may be an accidental leak, but I for one am rather excited. Perhaps an E-P3-level replacement with the OM-D sensor and an evf in the rangefinder-esque form?


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Re: A99 review: "Olympus E-X1"?
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2012, 08:52:48 PM »

Just a typo, now fixed. Should have been Fuji X-E1. Hard to keep all these number and letter combinations straight after typing for several hours.
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