Olympus OMD E-M1X: All Leaks Are Coming From Weibo

Weibo is full of Olympus OMD specs and leaked photos that other sites have passed off as their own exclusive leaks. Below are some examples of rumored specs found on the Chinese site.

From Weibo:
E-M1X and M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 17mm f/1.2 PRO lens, the E-M1X looks small after the vertical handle is integrated, but the 17mm F1.2 is a 68.2x87mm (without hood) lens. , the real machine is not much smaller than the D5, 1DX II level SLR

According to the new leak information, the latest specifications of the E-M1X are as follows: 
20MP sensor (non-global shutter); 
continuous shooting speed: 18FPS; 
body anti-shake: 7.5EV 
processor: E-M1 MKII twice the processing speed 
size: 144.37 × 146.765 ×75.345mm 
AF: Automatically adapts to the extended focus. For example, when the shooting target changes from one person to one car, the number of focus points will automatically expand. When shooting a basketball player, the camera will switch to a 5 Vertical focus area consisting of focus points; 
high-resolution shooting: 80MP photos can be taken at a shutter speed of no less than 1/60s in handheld photography; 
target group: sports and wildlife photographers; 
battery: same as E-M1 MKII; 
Viewfinder: Larger EVF; 
Release time: January 2019, simultaneous release of two telephoto zoom lenses, a wide-angle zoom lens, flash and Zuiko telescope. (The earlier rumors were 150-400mm F4.5 or F4 lenses, and a 1.2X Extender. From the 1.2X Extender, the F4.5 aperture is more likely.)

OLYMPUS E-M1X will be released on January 20th, the main points: 18fps, 7.5 EV anti-shake, 2 times E-M1II processing speed, handheld (1/60s) 80mp HD mode, built-in electronic ND filter, fixed vertical handle , oversized EVF, size 144.37 x 146.765 x 75.345mm, priced at $3,000, target users: sports and wildlife photographers. Randomly released two telephoto zooms and one wide-angle zoom.

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