Well, Olympus keeps teasing out photos, but they really need to tease out specs.
I'd love to know about the motion settings, if they have all I and how many mbs, color looks, c-log, sound out, hdmi quality out, etc.
And the same with stills. FPS, better continuous autofocus (an issue most mirrorless cameras have) and I would love to see an Olympus announcement that said "we now have a menu that humans can understand".
Focus tracking is a real issue and a plus and the OMD 5 had some issues with this.
I don't get camera companies. List the facts and the photos if you want to build interest.
Another thing the makers should address is the hacks. How smart would it be if all the makers embraced the hacks from people like magic lantern (by embrace I mean assist, or even pay).
I'd pay another price, if I knew that the OLY and Pana could be hacked to raw, or a higher bit count.
Since mft seems to be setting on the fence in regards to pro or prosumer, embracing more options, faster out of the gate firmware improvements would go a long way to allowing buyers to really go deep into the system.
It took the gh2 about a year before the hackers got the higher bit rate thing stable, same with the 5d2 sound bars. If the makers would jump onboard straight away with these options, writing a check for a system gets a lot easier.
Also with Metabones adding m43 to their list of adapters, which is pretty cool considering you can take a huge lens set from leica, Canon and Nkon and mount them on a m43, get a stop faster adn drop the crop factor from 2 to 1.5. Also there are now adapters to mount original oly 35mm film lenses to the m43 platform that offer tilt shift.
Anyway, from the latest leaked photos I gotta say Olympus can do pretty, jewel like equipment, but this time it has the look of purposeful equipmetn.
If only there marketing department would catch up to the design group.