The Olympus Pen-F is The Highest Scoring Olympus Camera on DXO Yet


The Retro Olympus Pen-F pulled away from the currently available line up of Olympus cameras despite having 4 more megapixels on a m43 sensor, which is a very impressive achievement. I can’t wait to see what Olympus pulled off with the E-M1 Mark II.

Key features & specifications:

  • 20.3MP Live MOS MFT sensor
  • 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization
  • 2.36m-dot OLED EVF
  • Up to 10 fps continuous shooting
  • 3-inch, 1.04m-dot, vari-angle, touchscreen LCD
  • 80Mp/50MP high-resolution shot mode (RAW/JPEG)
  • 1/8000 second top mechanical shutter speed (1/16000 second with e-shutter)
  • Full HD 1080p video recording at 60 fps
  • TruePic VII image processor
  • Maximum ISO 25,600
  • Built-in wifi


You can see the full DXO Mark review here


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  • I look forward to the E-M1 II evaluations too. Promises of expanded dynamic range and lower noise are good, but I want it quantified. It’s a different sensor to the PEN-F and I don’t doubt that it will be better, but how much?