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What next for Olympus cameras?

The photography division of the Olympus brand is operating without hindrance to customers and continues to improve its products – all this despite the planned acquisition by Japan Industrial Partners. Olympus recently signed an agreement with Japan Industrial Partners to transfer the Olympus Imaging (camera and sound recorder) business to the new company. Users of
Published: July 10, 2020 - 10:55
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 20:15
What next for Olympus cameras?

The photography division of the Olympus brand is operating without hindrance to customers and continues to improve its products – all this despite the planned acquisition by Japan Industrial Partners.

olympus camera diving Olympus recently signed an agreement with Japan Industrial Partners to transfer the Olympus Imaging (camera and sound recorder) business to the new company. Users of the brand’s products should not have to worry about warranty repair services, as these are handled as normal. In addition, the company is not slowing down and is working hard to improve its products. Evidence of this is the OM-D Webcam Beta application, which allows selected camera models to be used as webcams, and a software update for the OM-D E-M1X. But that’s not all – Olympus plans to unveil new lenses later this year.

A fortnight ago Olympus officially announced the signing of an agreement with Japan Industrial Partners to transfer the Olympus Imaging (camera and sound recording) business to the new company. The final sale agreement is scheduled for 30 September this year. Olympus assures that the company’s operations will not be affected by the change in ownership.
All existing services including warranty repairs on Olympus products will continue to be honoured. Both now and during the transition period as well as after the transfer of Olympus to Japan Industrial Partners. The service will therefore not be interrupted in any way. Customers will also be able to count on purchase support from us in the future “, explains Jacek Jamiołkowski, Sales and Marketing Director Olympus Polska.
Olympus continues to improve its products
Olympus continues to launch new and innovative products that are unique to the photographic industry. The manufacturer continues to focus on mid- to high-end cameras and interchangeable lenses. In particular, it places an emphasis on nature and travel photography, where Olympus’ lightweight and robust designs are a big advantage.
Recently, the manufacturer made it possible for users of the camera E-M1X, E-M1, E-M1 Mark II, E-M1 Mark III i E-M5 Mark II to use their models as webcams. All thanks to the application OM-D Webcam Beta. To use your camera for video conferencing, simply download the free software fromOlympuswebsite, then connect your camera to your computer with a USB cable, turn on your camera, set it to “tethered” mode, start the conferencing software
and select “OM-D Webcam Beta” as thewebcam.
The brand’s specialists are also working on a software update for the E-M1X. The idea is to add a “bird detection” function to the Intelligent Object Detection AF system. This functionality is supposed to make bird photography even easier. This update is scheduled for this winter. New Olympus lenses will also be launched at that time. The family will be extended by the M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm F4.5 TC 1.25x IS PRO super telephoto lens with a built-in 1.25x teleconverter, the M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4.0 PRO wide-angle zoom and the PRO Series macro lens.
The Olympus brand says it will keep you up to date with all product news.
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Marcin Pawełczyk
Marcin’s journey with diving has been an adventure. Starting as a recreational diver, he soon found himself drawn to the fascinating stories and mysteries of Baltic wrecks. After gaining experience, Marcin decided to go beyond just leisurely exploration and took his training up a notch by completing the TMX course, allowing him to explore even deeper and uncover the secrets of inaccessible places. His next challenge has been cave diving, where he is honing his skills to become a certified diver. Not content to simply take in the breathtaking beauty of underwater life, Marcin has also embraced underwater photography since 2018, capturing stunning shots that bring these worlds alive for those who are unable to experience them first-hand. Marcin’s passion for the underwater has taken him far and is sure to continue doing so as he dives into new depths and captures breathtaking images.
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