Thanks to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, users can easily connect to the OI.Share app to transfer photos between the camera and the phone.
OM Digital has announced its first camera since the company split from Olympus. This camera is mirrorless The PEN E-P7 has a 20 MP resolution sensor with 5-way image stabilization, Wi-Fi, and a tilting rear LCD screen.
Mirrorless It comes with a classic design and is powered by a Live MOS sensor along with OM Digital’s exclusive high-speed TruePic VIII image processor. This product also has an AF system continuous and the Face Priority/Eye Priority algorithm in the company’s professional-grade OM-D series.
Reported from PetaPixel (11/6), E-P7 has access dial Profile Control on the front allows quick and easy switching between standard camera modes to color, monochrome, or filter effect profiles. OM Digital says it is ideal for creating “unique and creative images” thanks to the 12-step color control and 10-step saturation control.
Thanks to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, users can easily connect to the OI.Share mobile app to transfer photos between the camera and mobile phones or tablets based on iOS and Android operating systems. The camera also has several advanced photo modes that allow more creative applications, such as Multi Exposure and Long Exposure modes.
Not to forget the completeness of 5-way in-body image stabilization (IBIS) so that the E-P7 is suitable for taking photos and videos. The video resolution it can record is 4K, which OM Digital says will add versatility as a hybrid camera.
Camera body mirrorless The Olympus PEN E-P7 is priced at 799 euros (Rp 13.8 million). Meanwhile, if you buy a complete M.Zuiko Digital ED14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ kit lens, the price will be 899 euros (Rp15.5 million).