The Olympus E-P1 Micro Four Thirds rangefinder-style camera (and Gizmodo lust object) has revealed itself in an official, full-frontal shot, accompanied by some iffy specs.
According to 43rumors, the E-P1 will shoot 720p video, and retail for just under $1000:
SD storage 13MP RAW, JPEG, and RAW+JPEG modes 1280×720 video for 7 minutes at a time (presumably due to sensor heat) 640×480 video for 14 minutes 3" LCD with Liveview ISO 200-6400 Shutter speed 60sec-1/4000sec
All we know for sure is, the styling is a bit more retro-sexy than expected, thankfully, and an official (Japanese) announcement is due tomorrow. [43Rumors, Akihabara]
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I'm liking where this is going. Hopefully other camera makers with bigger sensors open up a line like this. Canon would be good for me.