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Old Jun 5, 2013, 4:39 PM   #1
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Default Sony to get Oly's 5 axis IS

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"....All next A-mount cameras will have a so called “5-axis SSM”. This is a further and more advanced development of the current E-M5 system and it has been designed for Full Frame sensor."

I wonder if Oly'll give them the dust buster as well ?
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Old Jun 5, 2013, 5:15 PM   #2
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Think sony will make the new E? and put Olympus name on it?
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Brian.. I'd like someone to make us an E so if its Sony I'd be cool with that !
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Oly keeps refining that 5-axis IBIS. The new EP-5 has a more advanced version than the system in the OMD-EM5. So I think Sony sees real advantage in supporting Oly's continued refinement of the system.

And I saw another Japanese interview this week where an Oly manager said that the E system camera would be here before the end of the year. I would guess that we will see something bigger than the OMD, but smaller than the E-5 which uses the 4/3 lenses.
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