For any compact system camera to compete with DSLRs it needs a strong range of lenses, and Olympus is on the case.
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Its sensor may be the same 16Mp device as its predecessor, but the E-M5 Mark II can use its image stabilisation system to generate 64MP raw files for greater detail.
KAUAS has been working with Olympus for a while, saw our TechRadar news story and sent us this video – so we probed for more details.
There's much more to Olympus's new enthusiast's compact system camera than its resolution, though, as the E-M5 Mark II's specs reveal.