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Blunty had the pleasure to meet Olympus manager Terada. And there are quite many interesting info in that video like:
-at 2:20 Terada explains why the OMD-10 uses a 3 axis stabilization (very interesting answer!).
– at 7:20 he explains that rangefinder similar EVF design is not optimal. EVF in the middle is better because your eye is in line with the sensor-lens axis. Doesn’t sound like Olympus is interested in a sort of GX7 alike PEN camera.
So be sure to watch it!