Leaked Photos Show the Upcoming Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

is moving all three dials on the top of the to the right side and replacing the one on the left with an on/off switch and what appears to be a function button.

 

Back in January 2014, Olympus expanded its OM-D mirrorless camera lineup by introducing the affordable E-M10, touted as “the OM-D for all.” By eschewing weather-sealing and some other features, Olympus was able to shave hundreds of dollars off the price tag. Now, as the original E-M10 nears its 2nd birthday, Olympus is ready to announce its successor, the E-M10 Mark II.Digicam-info just published the first leaked photos of the upcoming camera. It will reportedly also be available in silver and black, and will feature a redesigned physical interface and grip.

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