Engadget post time: May 01, 2013 at 09:02PM
Olympus is about to add another branch to your camera-buying decision tree judging by new images and specs that leaked out showing a new PEN E-P5 model. The classically shaped Micro Four Thirds flagship was shown in leaked photos along with specs pointing to a 16-megapixel sensor, WiFi, a 1.04 million dot tilt screen, 5-axis stabilization and 5fps burst shooting — if accurate. While an earlier teaser from Olympus suggests it’ll launch around May 11th in China, none of the tea-leaf readers have divined a price yet — though a look at the company’s last mirrorless flagship, the PEN E-P3, might give a clue. You can catch several more photos after the break.
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