On top of a 12.3MP Live MOS sensor, you'll find a swivel LCD screen clocking in at 2.7in, wireless flash controller, faster autofocus when using Live View and full manual controls for creating perfect pictures.
You can also choose multi–aspect shooting, letting you decide whether your handiwork lines up in 4:3, 16:9, 6:6 or 3:2. Not half bad we reckon.
Olympus is keeping us guessing on price, but with US punters looking at $700 for the body only, expect something in the region of £550 when it lands in May.
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On sale: May