Good looking camera. Pre-production model, so displays are off and no sample images.
NOTE: CNET removed this video after I posted it. I guess they jumped the gun on the official announcement - doh!. I will repost it here as soon as they put it back up.
NOTE 2: It has not gone back up on YouTube, but here it is on CNET TV.
Sadly, looking at the specs on CNET (which is always dangerous), the camera seems to be limited to a single interlaced frame rate - 1080/60i. No 24p, no 30p - and certainly no 60p. They didn't even bother to put in a fake progressive frame rate with a pull down removal.
Without even getting into the question of the codec (QT vs AVCHD), I'd say that the OM-D is a video "fail".
Makes me wonder whether Olympus has some sort of "non-compete" agreement with Panasonic for video.
Looks like the GH3 watch will have to continue!
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