Setsuya Kataoka Interview on Photographyblog


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Photography Blog also interviewed Setsuya Kataoka and got a few more details from him.

When asked about sports “the OM-D E-M1 Mark II is more aimed at sports photographers who work a lot on their own who can support themselves, and like the portability of a smaller system.” Also this is not the same sensor in the Pen F and reads out twice as fast, which is pretty impressive.

The two newest lenses that offer 6.5 stops of stabilization are the 12-120mm and 300mm at the time. The rest offer 5/5.5 stops. You have to use a tripod to use the 50megapixel mode, which is similar to their other camera that offers the same technology.

You can read the rest of the interview over at the photography blog.

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