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Surprise: Olympus E-M1 uses a Panasonic sensor!

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The E-M1 sensor (Image courtesy: Chipworks).

As you know the Olympus E-M5 had a Sony sensor (Code IMX109). But Chipworks dismantled the new E-m1 camera and discovered that the newer OMD uses a Panasonic sensor (Code: MN34231). Quite a surprise because everyone was expecting Olympus to continue to use Sony sensors also because of their recently disclosed partnership.

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