The review of the Olympus OM-D E-M5 was just published. This is the flagship Micro Four-Thirds from Olympus and one of the most sophisticated mirrorless cameras currently available. It is built around a 16 MP CMOS sensor capable of ISO 200 to 25600 which was rated by DxOMark as the highest quality Micro Four-Thirds digital cameras.
The OM-D E-M5 is a professional model with dual control-dials and a 1.4 megapixels EVF with Eye-Start sensor in a relatively compact weather-sealed body. It is equipped with a large 3″ LCD with 614K pixels which is hinged, something rarely done on a weather-sealed camera.
The full review of this digital camera covers its usability, image quality, performance and video features in great details. A bonus page shows a comparison between sensor-sizes among state-of-the-art interchangeable lens cameras from Micro Four-Thirds to Full-Frame.