New OM System E-M1 Mark III ASTRO camera announced

OM System announced a new E-M1 Mark III ASTRO dedicated camera for astrophotography (check for pre-orders, but it seems that for now, the camera is announced only in Japan):

"The OM SYSTEM E-M1 MarkIII ASTRO is a dedicated camera for astrophotography that optimizes the IR cut filter located in front of the image sensor of the mirrorless single-lens camera E-M1 MarkIII for astrophotography, allowing you to capture colorful red nebulae that are popular among astrophotography enthusiasts. In addition, the filters included with this product, OM SYSTEM's computational photography, and M.ZUIKO DIGITAL lenses enable a wide range of expression from starry sky photography to full-scale astrophotography such as constellations and nebulae."

The camera will be released on July 25 and will cost 327,800 yen, including tax (around $2,000). Additional information is available here.


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