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Olympus PEN-F Micro 4/3 Camera
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The Olympus PEN-F Micro 4/3 Camera
The Olympus PEN-F is a premium mirrorless camera with retro styling. Key features include:
Modern Classic. With its retro styling, the digital PEN-F is a modern-day take on the classic PEN-F film camera. Many of the features that set the E-M5 Mark II apart can be found in the PEN-F, along with an all-new 20.3MP sensor.
20.3MP Live MOS Sensor. The PEN-F is the first Olympus mirrorless camera to use a sensor with a resolution higher than 16MP. Despite the increase in resolution, the 20.3MP sensor offers improved ISO performance with a normal range of 200-25,600 (ISO 80 in extended mode). The TruePic VII Image Processor makes its way into the PEN-F, providing the same 10 FPS (fixed focus point) / 5 FPS (with autofocus) continuous shooting as the E-M5 Mark II. The contrast-detection autofocus system is largely unchanged.
Five-Axis VCM Image Stabilization. The fantastic in-body stabilizer from the E-M5 II also steadies the PEN F, providing up to five stops of correction for both still and video shooting. There’s also that little high-res mode…
High-Res Shot Mode. First seen in the E-M5 II, the PEN-F’s increase in sensor resolution also translates to larger files in high-resolution mode. This camera uses its five-axis image-stabilization system to shoot eight images over the span of one second and then combines these images into a single 80 MP (RAW) / 50 MP (JPEG) image. Since your photo’s composited from multiple images, any movement will mess it up, so both you and your subject will need to be completely still. In other words, use a tripod and don’t try to shoot your two-year-old.
Full HD Video Recording. The PEN-F captures Full HD 1920×1080 video at 60p using your choice of ALL-I or IPB codecs. There’s a built-in stereo microphone for in-camera audio capture, but there’s no external mic input.
Built-In Electronic Viewfinder and Swivel LCD. Where the E-P5 relied on a separate accessory Electronic Viewfinder (EVF), the PEN-F gains an integrated 2.36M-dot high-res OLED EVF in the top-left corner of its back panel. This pseudo-rangefinder layout allows you to keep an eye on your surroundings, making it perfect for street photography. There’s also a fully articulating 3.0" touchscreen LCD, which is useful if you’re shooting from a tripod or from arm’s reach. The AF Targeting Pad, first seen on the E-M10 II, is a key feature that allows you to select the autofocus point on the rear LCD while shooting with your eye to the viewfinder.
Build and Ergonomics. The PEN-F looks straight out of the ‘60s, with multiple dials for fully manual control. Don’t let its retro styling fool you, though; there’s a large degree of customization and modern technology here. There are four programmable “Custom Mode” positions on the mode dial, along with five user-customizable buttons. A new “Creative Mode” dial sits on the front of the camera, allowing quick access to various film simulation/art modes. A widely requested dedicated exposure-compensation dial now sits atop the body. The PENF isn’t weather-sealed like the OM-D line, but the magnesium-alloy body still feels solid.Other Notable Features. Like its siblings, the PEN-F has built-in Wi-Fi for wireless image transfer and camera control from smartphones and computers. There’s a silent electronic shutter mode that enables a max shutter speed of 1/16,000 sec. when engaged (1/8,000 sec. normally). The integrated EVF took the built-in flash’s home, but Olympus includes the wonderful FL-LM3 accessory flash with bounceable/rotating head as a quick fill. The camera records images and video to SDHC/XC memory cards, and the rechargeable BLN-1 battery is rated for 330 shots per charge.
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