The Teaser video shows a sports player (possibly Olympus Ambassador Kelley L. Cox ) who handles the new model equipped with a 40-150mm f / 2.8 zoom and battery grip. As she shoots some water polo and beach volleyball, we see a lot of booze and sand flying, which points to a pro-oriented, weather-resistant camera. It certainly doesn't look like it.
The latest Olympus O-MD E-M1 Mark II was about speed, giving up to 18 fps shooting in continuous autofocus and exposure mode. Olympus was one of the first camera companies to fully embrace UHS-II card slots and USB 3.0 Type C ports, allowing you to capture at long-burst speeds (5 to 10 seconds), and then quickly transfer your photos to your computer . 19659003] If the next camera is faster, it will be the fastest thing out there for sports. The downside is the Micro Four Thirds format, which tends to be less light-sensitive than the APS-C and full-frame, especially in the dimly lit venues where sportsmen often work. Still, Olympus has over two years to work with the model, so I can't wait to see what they bring.