It’s been almost exactly a year since Olympus announced it was leaving the camera business, but a leak may have just given us our first glimpse of a debut camera from the Olympus brand under its owners, OM Digital Solutions.
According to 43Rumors, the photos above and below are of the incoming Olympus E-P7, which will apparently “be announced very soon”. That’s it in terms of details so far, but it’s fair to assume that the E-P7 will be a successor to the Olympus E-P5 from 2013.
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