Olympus launched their third-generation professional mirrorless earlier this year with a number of key improvements over its already impressive predecessor. The new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III is built around a 20 megapixels Four-Thirds CMOS sensor mounted on a class-leading 5-axis image-stabilization with 7-stops of efficiency. This ultra-high-speed sensor is paired with a TruePic VIII processor to deliver full-resolution bursts at 30 FPS.
This is a camera that can take on any type of photography in any environment thanks to its IPX1-rated weatherproof body that is freezeproof to -10C too. It offers a huge number of controls, including dual control-dials and an 8-way focus joystick in additional to the standard 4-way controller. The E-M1 Mark III fits dual SDXC memory-card slots, a standard hot-shoe, sync-port, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
A detailed review of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III just got published. Follow the previous link to read all about it. Included are demos of Super-Resolution, Live-ND and the builtin image-stabilization system.