40MP High Res Shots in Olympus cameras will not require a tripod in the future

In recent interview with dpreview, Setsuya Kataoka from Olympus mentioned that the latest pixel/sensor shift technology used in the new E-M5 II MFT camera that allows the capture of a 40MP High Res Shot will be improved significantly and will no longer require a tripod:

According to Setsuya Kataoka, future OM-D cameras will be able to create multi-shot high resolution images in such a short time that photographers will be able to use the feature handheld.

He went on to explain that he expected the R&D team to make rapid progress in the development of the High Res Shot feature and that in time Olympus will be able to create a system will take less than 1/60sec instead of the current time of about one second.

Olympus High Res Shot explained:

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