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Old Jun 30, 2012, 6:27 PM   #21
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Pricing and feature set for the E-x's going to be key.. if its simply just the EM5 sensor dropped into an E5 body with minimal work done on the AF system, etc then an E-7 could be a hard sell, esp with a D600 possibly being pitched at $1500 USD. If Oly prices an E-7 at say 1000-1200 then it should sell well to existing E shooters. I don;t think we'll see it for less than that .. if it came in at 800 .. I'd get two!

The D600 could be a pretty compelling bit of kit at - esp if all you need is something that can do high ISO well, accurate AF and a cheap 50mm F1.8 to crack on...

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Old Jul 1, 2012, 8:34 PM   #22
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what would clinch me to buy would be a choice of freebies like they done with the E3, I got a FL50R free.
Olympus need to do something to keep the photographers or they are just repeating history like Om2, they lost there place in the market until digital came along.
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