Specifications

Olympus
OM-D E-M1X
2019-01-24
Yes
3090 €
$2999+VAT
997 gr.
144 x 147 x 75 mm.
with compass, pressure, temperature and acceleration sensors. Integrated vertical grip.

Camera general characteristics

Mirrorless

Sensor

20
Micro Four Thirds
17.3 mm.
13.0 mm.
2.00
4:3
Yes
Yes
7 stops of stabilization
200
25600
JPEG, RAW

Auto Focus and Metering

121
-3.5 EV
Embedded, full
AF down to -6 EV with f/1.2 lens
-2.0 EV
Yes

Performance

10.0 frame/sec.
18.0 frame/sec.
15.0 frame/sec.
60.0 frame/sec.
49
49
1/32000 sec.
1/8000 sec.
1/250 sec.
870 shots
49 shots RAW in a burst at 60 fps, 287 shots at 10 fps

Viewfinder & Screen

Electronic (EVF)
100%
0.83x (35mm. equiv)
2.36
3.0 in.
1.04 megapixel
Full
Tap to focus

Video

Yes
Full HD @ 24/25/30p, Full HD @ 50/60p, 4k @ 24/25/30p
1.00
H.264
4:2:2 at 8 bit

Other Characteristics

Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes

Connectivity & Storage

Microphone, Phones, HDMI, USB3, Power, USB-C, External flash
Dual slot, SD, SD UHS-II
WiFi, Bluetooth
 
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  • DPReview 8.5/10
    It is the only twin-grip Four Thirds camera on the market squarely aimed at pros - it's large, fast and tough-built. But its price tag puts it in a tricky position, as plenty of other larger-sensor cameras can be had for considerably-less coinage - many even offer more reliable AF.
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