Here are the leaked Olympus E-M10 Mark IV camera specification


Here are the leaked Olympus E-M10 Mark IV camera specifications - as I already reported, the new MFT model will be a replacement for the current Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III (click for larger view):
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The high megapixel Leica M10-R camera will be announced tomorrow


Tomorrow Leica is rumored to announce a new high megapixel M10-R camera. The official unveiling will be at 3 pm CET (9 am EST). The leaked specifications, pricing, and pictures of the new camera can be found here and here.

Via Leica Rumors

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Coming tomorrow: Ricoh to discuss the Pentax brand and it’s value in the future


Ricoh is expected to release a new video tomorrow called “What the PENTAX camera will value in the future”. The video is expected to discuss the company’s thoughts on the Pentax brand.

Nikkei's recent article mentioned that Ricoh is also exposed to activist investors:

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Canon has registered a new digital camera DS126843


Nokishita reports that Canon has registered a new digital camera DS126843 in Russia. It is not clear if this a completely new model or a variation with different radio specifications of the already announced EOS R5 and R6 models.

Here is a list of expected Canon RF lenses:

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List of upcoming/rumored Olympus products: OM-D E-M10 Mark IV camera and M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm f/5.0-6.3 IS lens

Here is a list of upcoming/rumored Olympus products:

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Canon released EOS R5/R6 improvements list and “media alert” on the R6 overheating issue

Canon released a very detailed EOS R5 and R6 improvements list and a new "media alert" on the R6 overheating issue:

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Reminder: Japan Industrial Partners will not use the Olympus brand once they take over


In case you have missed my blog posts from two weeks ago where I reported that Japan Industrial Partners will not use the Olympus brand after they take over the Olympus camera business at the end of the year. This means that if JIP decides to produce any new cameras and lenses, they will not be under the Olympus brand - similar to what JIP did with the Sony VAIO laptops (currently sold only as "VAIO").

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