Will there be more Olympus cameras after 2020?

Olympus financial losses over the years (thanks Eamon!)

A reader sent me a link to an article from the Spanish newspaper la Vanguardia discussing the future of Olympus. Here is a quote:

Although not a complete surprise, the sale of Olympus' photographic division has fallen like a jug of cold water . The statement released by the company (PDF) is riddled with reassuring messages. But the company that acquires the photographic division of Olympus has nothing to do with photography. Japan Industrial Partners is known for buying the Vaio brand of their computers from Sony. Since then, the Vaio brand PCs that have been launched have been far from the quality levels that Sony imposed on their computers. If we add to this the lack of experience in the photography sector of this company, there are reasons to have great doubts about the Pen or OM-D cameras that we see in the future. Japan Industrial Partners will not use the Olympus brand.

Via Lavanguardia (Google transaltion)

Get $35 off Luminar with code PHOTORUMORS
Get 20% off Topaz Labs Gigapixel AI sale
Get 15% off Topaz Labs products with code RUMORS15
Get 30% off DxO NIK Collection 3 with code PHOTORUMORS  
Get 75% off Franzis Photographer Collection 2
Get 35% off Franzis products with code PHOTORUMORS-35
Get 20% off ON1 software with code NIKONRUMORS
Get 40% off Rocky Nook books with code PHOTORUMORS 
Get 20% off ThinkTank products with code ThinkTank20
Get 20% off eBay photo listings with code PLUS20
            LIFE+GUARD skins sale with code JULY4
This entry was posted in Olympus and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment.
  • FCC disclosure statement: this post may contain affiliate links or promotions that do not cost readers anything but help keep this website alive. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network. Thanks for your support!

  • Back to top