Olympus is showing off the Olympus E-5 digital SLR at this year’s Photokina camera show in Cologne. The DSLR will cost from around £1,500 when it goes on sale in the UK in late October.
The Olympus E-5 can shoot 12.3Mp still images and HD video at 720p resolution.
The E-5 succeeds the Olympus E-3. It’s a sturdy camera with a strong, dust and splashproof body. It features an articulated 3-inch high resolution (920K dot) LCD and can save images and video to either an SD or CF (compact flash) memory card.
Olympus E-5 digital SLR first look video
Find out more about the Olympus E-5 and other new cameras on show this year at Photokina:
- Photokina 2010 report
Find out more about the Olympus E-3 and find the best digital SLR:
- Digital SLR reviews
Read our news story on the announcement of the Olympus E-3 from last week:
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