Sony to acquire newly issued Olympus stock

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Panasonic, Fujifilm and Sony were initially listed as the companies interested to acquire the newly issued Olympus stock worth $1.28 billion (100 billion yen). The latest reports from Reuters indicate that Sony is the leading contender for that deal (Sony supplies sensors to Olympus):

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  • Julien M.

    “Sony supplies sensors to Olympus”

    So, is that a confirmation that the new Olympus camera will have a Sony sensor or a mistake from Reuters? Because I don’t think Sony has ever supplied sensors to olympus in the past?

    • Ivan

      Don’t forget, Olympus makes compacts, too, which I believe all use Sony sensors.

      Would be interesting if Sony was now supplying a 4/3 sensor for them as well, but there’s no indication of that.

    • http://photorumors.com PR admin

      I did not know either, saw it on Reuters for the first time.

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