(FT2) Two rumors from new sources

REMINDER: The rumors we do here are from new and anonymous sources. Those are not from our trusted sources. We post them because many people is sending us very similar rumors and maybe there is some kind of truth behind them!

RUMOR 1:
The bright new future of Olympus
Im afraid this might come as a shock to some of you , but olympus is indeed going to stop developing new $loc = $_SESSION['geoip'];

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{?>four third lenses. The time has come for olympus to move in a bold new direction with its cameras and you might find out it actually for the best. Im sure you are thinking there could be no other move to cripple the olympus fanbase any futher.
You are wrong….
Because even though olympus is working on a new sensor format with newer , sharper , brighter lenses that wouldnt be possible with lessons learned with 4/3’s….
your old 4/3 lenses are going to STILL be sticking around for a long time
Because now… you can switch out the full lense mount with the sensor. Which means that you can still use your old 4/3 lenses on BRAND NEW CAMERAS that will also be able to take the BRAND NEW SENSORS AND LENSES (if you choose to upgrade that is)!
(this is also good news for micro4/3 lovers aswell)

RUMOR2:
A little while ago I was able to be in a meeting with the local Olympus rep. He would want us to have the 4/3 line and full Olympus gear back in our store. The manager told him that we will not carry it unless they have things coming out that will be “a game changer” because they have never sold well with us. The Olympus rep said he couldn’t give away everything, but that for the 4/3 system (NOT THE MICRO!) there will be a new line of the HG or “High Grade” lenses that will be pancake primes, similar to the $loc = $_SESSION['geoip'];

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{?>special edition lenses that Pentax has become so famous for. The most exciting thing is that they will be, in spite of being “4/3″ labeled, able to cover a larger image circle – he was not sure whether it would be full 35mm or maybe even larger – but still be a compact pancake design. When we asked him if this meant that Olympus would in the future increase the size of the sensors, he shrugged and said he couldn’t say about that but could only tell us about the lenses because prototypes are already starting to circulate within the company and they could be announced by the end of the summer, of if not maybe the end of the year.

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