The new post in the Journal is about filming with the E-M1X. It is more about the flexibility of the small compared to a big studio camera than the technical part. Link
Some minutes ago a firmware update for E-M1 (Mark I) version 4.6 was released. This is an adjustment of the version 4.5. Ver.4.6 (Feb.14 2019) The operation error while shooting at slow shutter speeds in firmware version 4.5 has been corrected. Ver.4.5 (Jan. 24 2019) Wireless radiowave commander FC-WR is now supported.
I had a closer look at the offical Olympus Lens Roadmap and i analyzed it. Based on what lenses already exist and what's mentioned in the roadmap, I've "worked out" the following lenses that I think might hit the market in future: M.ZUIKO PRO 1 Telephoto zoom lens focal length around 50-200mm / 60-220mm Aperture f2.8-4.0 or constant f4 2 ...
The Olympus M.Zuiko 12-200mm 1:3.5-6.3 is officially announced: OLYMPUS ANNOUNCES M.ZUIKO® DIGITAL ED 12-200mm (35mm EQUIVALENT 24-400mm) F3.5-6.3 LENS Powerful 16.6x Zoom is the Highest Magnification Available on an Interchangeable Lens for Mirrorless Systems CENTER VALLEY, PA., February 13, 2019 – Olympus is pleased to announce the M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-200mm F3.5-6.3 (35mm equivalent 24-400mm) super telephoto zoom ...
With the new update Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom now support the E-M1X
New report in Photography Journal: Travel Photography Tips by Adrian Rohnfelder Link
In the Photography Journal there is a new report: Filming with the E-M1X Chris Eyre-Walker had the camera with him to produce parts of the new official videos shown at the official announcement. He talks about his experiences in the report. Link
The new software Olympus Workspace is now ready for download: Link
At Olympus Asia there is a very interesting and informative website about the autofocus of the E-M1X and the great features of it: Link
The Olympus Press Event from 24. January is now online on YouTube Something for the weekend: Duration: nearly 12 hours!