What is Olympus E system?

What is Olympus E system?

The Olympus E-1, introduced in 2003, was the first DSLR system camera designed from the ground up for digital photography This contrasts with its contemporaries which offered systems based on reused parts from previous 135 film systems, modified to fit with a sensor size of APS-C. Olympus E-1.

Is Olympus cameras still in business?

Is Olympus Cameras Going Out of Business? June 24th, 2020 was a sad day for the photography community, especially considering I’m a huge fan of Olympus. The day marked Olympus’ official farewell to their imaging department, after striking an acquisition deal with Japan Industrial Partners (JIP).

Who uses Olympus cameras?

Why these top pros are sticking with Olympus

  • John Ashton. Uses: Olympus OM-D E‑M1X, Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II.
  • Ivor Rackham. Uses: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II.
  • Andy Rouse. Uses: Olympus E-M1X, 40-150mm, 300mm f/4, 60mm macro.
  • David Tipling.
  • Andrew Fusek Peters.
  • Ian Berry.
  • Mark Humpage.
  • Tesni Ward.

What is the future of Olympus cameras?

OM Digital Solutions, the digital imaging company that acquired the former Olympus imaging division, has announced that going forward, its ‘interchangeable lens cameras and lenses, compact digital cameras, audio products, binoculars, and other services’ will be sold under the new brand: ‘OM System’.

Is Olympus camera better than Canon?

The two cameras offer a similar native ISO sensitivity range: 200 to 25600 on the Olympus and 100 to 25600 on the Canon. The Canon also comes with an extra high extended value of 51200 whereas the Olympus has an ISO 64 Low option.

What kind of cameras does Olympus make?

Olympus has been manufacturing cameras for several decades, dating back to the days of film photography. After the market migrated from film to digital photography, Olympus continued making cameras, starting with digital SLRs, or DSLRs.

What makes the Olympus E-5 so special?

Built on our revolutionary E-System technology, the new Olympus E-5 adds powerful new features that let you do more than ever before. Designed to maximize the award-winning performance of Zuiko Digital lenses, the E-5 achieves the highest image quality of any Olympus camera–with astonishing detail, blazing speed, and true-to-life color.

What happened to Olympus cameras?

After the market migrated from film to digital photography, Olympus continued making cameras, starting with digital SLRs, or DSLRs. With Canon and Nikon dominating the world of DSLRs, however, Olympus eventually shifted its attention in another direction.

Are Olympus cameras waterproof?

The majority of cameras that Olympus sells today are mirrorless cameras. Waterproof cameras from Olympus can be used underwater. They also are protected should they be inadvertently dropped in water. You can’t open a battery compartment or a memory card compartment while under the water.