(FT4) UPDATED-> Olympus next MFT camera to be announced late November/early December

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Dear readers,

since I am back from my journey in Asia I am working on collecting new rumors. One month ago photorumors posted a rumor saying the E-P2 could probably be unveiled on October 31. Our sources confirmed us that there will be a second MFT camera from Olympus before the end of the year, but never confirmed the October date (we received two confirmations from unknown sources). Since then we haven’t found any important leaks. And now we only have 10 days left to go. This made us suspicious and finally two very trusted sources told us that the next MicroFourThirds camera is going to be announced later, probably late November early December.

The Rumors summary we posted yesterday remains correct but we have to add the high probable rumor that the next MFT is going to be announced later this year.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: One trusted source wrote us now saying there will be a new Olympus announcement on October 31.

My speculation, E-3 successor late October and MFT camera in December?

cheers

Ale

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  • I think it is wise for Olympus to announce the FT or more professional mft soon, because competition are very tought. If Olympus want to keep their customers going to other brand, they need to do it fast especially if they have the product on hand.

  • Duarte Bruno

    Please rewrite the paragraph that starts with “Sorry,(…)”.
    It doens’t make any sense as sentence and I can’t begin to wonder what you mean with it.
    Thanks.

  • dMS

    I’m convinced it will be an E-30 successor, not the E-5, as I said in previous posts.

  • Marty

    A digital Olympus 35RC / poor man’s M9 would be interesting – i.e. a rangefinder with live view, not an EVF. Not sure if it would work with modern (autofocus) lenses though. Or actually sell.

  • Oh dear,

    I’ve been holding on to my money in anticipation of the ‘EP-2’ to decide whether or not to buy the GF1
    And its starting to burn in my pocket! cant hold on much longer wwwrrraarrrgh.
    Im still hoping for the october 31 :)

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