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OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mirrorless Camera

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OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mirrorless Camera
Key Features
  • 20MP Stacked BSI Live MOS MFT Sensor
  • DCI/UHD 4K 60p 10-Bit Video Recording
  • 10 fps Shooting, 120 fps with E. Shutter
  • Cross Quad Pixel Phase-Detection AF
At the crossroads of image quality, portability, speed, and reliability, the OM-1, from OM SYSTEM is a flagship mirrorless camera built for adventure. Characterized by its versatile Micro Four Thirds platform, the OM-1 meshes quick and nimble stills performance and apt 4K video recording with unique computational imaging tools and a hardy, dependable physical design.
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OM SYSTEM OM-1 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2The Adventurer's Flagship
  • 320MP Stacked Sensor and TruePic X
  • 4Image Stabilization and Computational Photography
  • 5DCI/UHD 4K Video Recording
  • 6Reliable, Adventure-Ready Design
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The Adventurer's Flagship

At the crossroads of image quality, portability, speed, and reliability, the OM-1, from OM SYSTEM is a flagship mirrorless camera built for adventure. Characterized by its versatile Micro Four Thirds platform, the OM-1 meshes quick and nimble stills performance and apt 4K video recording with unique computational imaging tools and a hardy, dependable physical design.

20MP Stacked Sensor and TruePic X

Micro Four Thirds BSI Live MOS Sensor

Newly designed 20.4MP Micro Four Thirds Live MOS sensor features a stacked BSI design that offers improved readout speeds, noise levels, and greater dynamic range than previous designs. This sensor structure improves noise performance by two stops and dynamic range by one stop for improved image quality, especially at higher ISOs.

TruePic X Processor

Compared to previous-generation processors, the TruePic X offers 3x-faster processing speeds along with a 120 fps sensor readout rate for faster, more responsive shooting. The processor also contributes to a wide ISO range and quick continuous shooting rates:

  • Native sensitivity range from ISO 200-102400, expandable down to ISO 80.
  • Continuous shooting up to 10 fps with full-time AF/AE and a buffer of 169 raw frames when working with a mechanical shutter.
  • If working with a silent electronic shutter, 20 fps shooting is possible with full-time AF/AE and a buffer of 108 raw frames. SH1 and SH2 are blackout-free high-speed shooting modes, offering rates up to 120 fps without AF/AE in SH1 and 50 fps with AF/AE in SH2.
  • Pro Capture mode begins recording before you release the shutter; able to record at 120 fps with fixed focus or 50 fps with continuous AF, this mode begins recording once the shutter button is half-pressed and then stops once the button has been fully pressed. Up to 70 additional frames can be recorded with this mode, serving as a safeguard for times when the action occurs just before you press the shutter button.

Cross Quad Pixel AF and AI Detection

Featuring a unique design, on-sensor phase-detection AF uses a Cross Quad Pixel system that effectively splits each pixel into four sub-pixels for cross-sensor performance that is more adept at focusing in tricky lighting conditions. The focusing system has 1053 individual points, which fully cover the sensor and perform at up to 120 fps to suit virtually all recording methods.

Benefitting from the Cross Quad Pixel AF structure, color and contrast information from the sensor can also be used to create a detailed depth map of the image for more refined subject detection and tracking accuracy. Using AI, this focusing system can automatically detect a range of subject types, like cars, motorcycles, airplanes, helicopters, trains, birds, dogs, cats, and humans, as well as faces and eyes. And, compared to earlier iterations of this focusing system, improved processing now makes focusing performance 2x more accurate and 3x faster.

Image Stabilization and Computational Photography

5-Axis Image Stabilization

In-body 5-axis image stabilization compensates for up to 8 stops of camera shake, allowing for the use of significantly longer shutter speeds when shooting handheld. This advanced sensor-shift system compensates for 7 stops of camera shake with the body alone, and an additional stop is provided when select IS-enabled lenses are attached.

Handheld Assist relies on this stabilization technology for more stable framing, which is especially helpful when working with longer focal length lenses. Additional, in-body image stabilization also contributes to a variety of additional shooting modes and camera functions, including High Res Shot modes, Handheld Live Composite, and an advanced dust reduction system.

Creative Shooting Modes

  • High Res Shot—Benefitted by the stacked sensor design, processing power, and image stabilization system, this mode composites a series of 12 shots into a single higher resolution frame in just 5 seconds. Tripod High Res Shots mode produces an 80MP raw file and Handheld High Res Shot mode produces a 50MP raw file, and both modes offer up to 2 stops of reduced noise and improved color information.
  • Live ND—Now supporting up to ND64 (6-stop), this unique function digitally simulates the effects of an optical neutral density filter for produce long exposure/slow shutter speed effects.
  • Live Composite—Perfect for long exposures, nighttime shooting, and light painting applications, this unique mode gradually builds up an exposure over time without overexposing key elements within the frame. This mode works to only record newly detected light sources over time, and allows live view monitoring as an image develops. A Handheld Live Composite mode is available, too.
  • Focus Stacking—This mode automatically records 15 sequential frames while shifting the plane of focus slightly between each frame, then composites these exposures into a single image that exhibits an extended depth of field.

DCI/UHD 4K Video Recording

  • DCI/UHD 4K video recording is supported at up to 60p and 10-bit 4:2:0 sampling. Full HD recording is possible at high-speed rates up to 240 fps for slow-motion playback.
  • 12-bit raw output is supported via the micro-HDMI port when working with an optional compatible external recorder, such as the Atomos Ninja V or Ninja V+.
  • HLG picture mode permits in-camera HDR recording and an OM-Log gamma allows for greater color grading range when adjusting the footage in post-production.
  • In-camera time-lapse production is possible, up to UHD 4K with frame rates from 5 fps to 30 fps.
  • Both 3.5mm microphone and headphone ports contribute to greater audio recording control and quality.

Reliable, Adventure-Ready Design


  • Electronic viewfinder features a 5.76m-dot OLED panel, offering a bright and clean means for eye-level monitoring. The finder has a 0.83x-equivalent magnification, a 21mm eye point, and 120 fps refresh rate for realistic motion rendering.
  • 3.0" 1.62m-dot LCD touchscreen features a vari-angle design with 270° of swivel to suit working from high, low, and front-facing angles.

Durable, Weather-Sealed Build

  • Lightweight, durable magnesium alloy body design is dust- and splash-resistant with an IP53 rating for ensured use in trying weather conditions.
  • Tough design is also freezeproof-tested for reliable use in temperatures down to 14°F.
  • Durable shutter design is rated for 400,000 shutter actuations.

Practical and Intuitive Handling

  • Utilizing the new BLX-1 battery, the OM-1 is rated for 520 shots per charge. In-body battery charging is possible via the USB type-C port, and the camera itself can also be powered using a USB-connected power bank.
  • Dual UHS-II SD memory card slots for flexible file saving, including making in-camera backups, splitting file types, or just for having additional memory on hand for overflow storage.
  • Updated menu configuration makes it easier to find different settings, confirm settings selections, and understand why grayed-out items cannot be selected.
  • Separate AEL and AF-ON buttons for easier, more direct control over the different functions. Both buttons can also be customized to adjust different settings.
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (5 and 2.4GHz) allow wireless file transferring and remote control over the camera via the OI.Share app for mobile devices.


Lens MountMicro Four Thirds
Sensor ResolutionActual: 22.9 Megapixel
Effective: 20.4 Megapixel
Sensor Type17.4 x 13 mm (Four Thirds) MOS
Crop Factor2x
Image StabilizationSensor-Shift, 5-Axis
Built-In ND FilterNone
Capture TypeStills & Video
Exposure Control
Shutter TypeElectronic Shutter, Mechanical Focal Plane Shutter
Shutter SpeedMechanical Shutter
1/8000 to 60 Seconds
Electronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/320 to 60 Seconds
Electronic Shutter
1/32000 to 60 Seconds
Bulb/Time ModeBulb Mode, Time Mode
ISO SensitivityPhoto/Video
200 to 102,400 in Manual, Auto Mode (Extended: 80 to 102,400)
Metering MethodCenter-Weighted Average, Highlight Weighted, Multi-Zone, Spot
Exposure ModesAperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation-5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps)
Metering Range-2 to 20 EV
Continuous ShootingMechanical Shutter
Up to 10 fps at 20.4 MP for up to 139 Frames (Raw) / 169 Frames (JPEG)
Electronic Shutter
Up to 20 fps at 20.4 MP for up to 108 Frames (Raw) / 116 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 120 fps at 20.4 MP for up to 92 Frames (Raw) / 92 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 50 fps at 20.4 MP for up to 96 Frames (Raw) / 97 Frames (JPEG)
Interval RecordingYes
Still Image Capture
Image Sizes4:3 JPEG / Raw
20 MP (5184 x 3888)
Aspect Ratio1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Image File FormatJPEG, Raw
Bit Depth12-Bit
Internal Video Capture
Recording ModesH.265 Long GOP/MOV 4:2:0 10-Bit
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [77 to 152 Mb/s]
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [77 to 152 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/24.00p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [22 to 42 Mb/s]
H.265/MOV 4:2:0 10-Bit
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [82 to 162 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 100p/119.88p/200p
H.264 Long GOP/MOV 4:2:0 8-Bit
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [102 to 202 Mb/s]
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [102 to 202 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [27 to 52 Mb/s]
H.264/MOV 4:2:0 8-Bit
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/25p/29.97p [202 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 100p/119.88p/200p/239.76p
Gamma CurveHDR-HLG, OM-Log
Video SystemNTSC/PAL
Built-In Microphone TypeStereo
Audio RecordingMOV: 2-Channel 24-Bit 96 kHz LPCM Audio
MOV: 2-Channel 16-Bit 48 kHz LPCM Audio
External Video Capture
External Recording ModesRaw 12-Bit via HDMI
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160)
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
IP StreamingNone
Media/Memory Card SlotDual Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II)
Video I/O1 x Micro-HDMI Output
Audio I/O1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Microphone (Plug-in Power) Input on Camera Body
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Headphone Output on Camera Body
Other I/O1 x USB Type-C Input/Output (Shared with Power Input)
1 x 2.5 mm Sub-Mini
1 x PC Sync Socket FlashSync Output
Wireless2.4 / 5 GHz Wi-Fi
Global Positioning (GPS, GLONASS, etc.)None
Resolution1,620,000 Dot
Display TypeArticulating Touchscreen LCD
TypeBuilt-In Electronic (OLED)
Resolution5,760,000 Dot
Eye Point21 mm
Focus TypeAuto and Manual Focus
Focus ModeContinuous-Servo AF, Manual Focus, Single-Servo AF
Autofocus PointsPhoto, Video
Phase Detection: 1053
Autofocus Sensitivity-6 to +19 EV
Built-In FlashNo
Flash ModesFill Flash, First-Curtain Sync, Manual, Off, Red-Eye Reduction, Second-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync
Maximum Sync Speed1/250 Second
Flash Compensation-3 to +3 EV (1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps)
Dedicated Flash SystemTTL
External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe, PC Terminal
Operating Temperature14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Operating Humidity30 to 90%
Storage Humidity10 to 90%
Battery Type1 x BLX-1 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion (Approx. 520 Shots)
Tripod Mounting Thread1 x 1/4"-20 Female (Bottom)
Accessory Mount1 x Hot Shoe Mount on Camera Body
Dimensions (W x H x D)5.3 x 3.6 x 2.9" / 134.8 x 91.6 x 72.7 mm
Weight1.3 lb / 599 g (With Battery, Recording Media)
1.1 lb / 511 g (Body Only)
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.155 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.6 x 7.3 x 5.6"

OM SYSTEM OM-1 Reviews

A Camera of Possibilities for Photographers

By Emery
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-02

To be frank, for the money this is not the camera where pixel count or image quality is the only deciding factor. The image quality especially at high ISOs is certainly better than its predecessors, but not going to beat a $2000 full frame camera still. brbr With that said, if you're a photographer whose top priority is about capturing the moment with advanced techniques while having a comparative light setup then this is currently one of the best cameras. Some examples:brbr - Long exposure daytime photography like waterfalls? 6-stop LiveND that works regardless of whatever lens + 7-stop IBIS for handheldbr - Wildlife photography? AI-subject detection and tracking + ProCapture @ 25+ fps to capture before and after full shutter pressed imagesbr - Macro photography? Built-in focus stacking mode with 5 second to process and stack 10+ imagesbr - Astrophotography? Starry AF + improved IQ @ ISO 6400-12800 makes it way easier and viablebr - Light painting / fireworks / night time long exposure photography? LiveComposite is still easily one of the bestbr br There are cameras that can do one or a few of the things above, but not many that can do all of the above, which is the key differentiator for this camera along with the great ergonomics that makes it a very fun camera to shoot with. Car-analogy wise this would be like a roadster; it's not going to win an engine race, but it's a very fun driving experience and you'll still get to your br For existing E-M1 Mk3 owners that already has access to most of the above features, the main notable upgrades that can be appealing are: br - Improved AF when using subject tracking. Try taking photos of your cat/dog and you'll immensely appreciate the - Better high ISO performance @ 3200 and - Faster processing + readout speed in general and especially high-resolution mode that makes it more viable as a general shooting mode - 4k video @ 60 fps with 10-bit H.265. A newer codec that offers better video quality and 2x the frame rate at half the data consumption (150 Mbps vs 300 Mbps needed for the older 8-bit H.264) does make this more appealing as a general video br This camera may not be the right camera for everyone, but if you're into advanced photography you'll most certainly appreciate the possibilities that this camera brings out.

amazing fast focus for moving targets

By Janice
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-18

I have used the omd em1 mark ii for several years. Wasn't sure this would be enough of an upgrade to be worth the $$ but it is! I live in the dark rainy pacific nw and need a higher than ideal iso a lot of the time, to get the shutter speed I need for birds insects etc. When I first saw the raw files I wasn't super impressed with the improvements but as I processed them in lightroom and ran some through topaz denoise I realized that I was getting better cleaner final results. Also, I am getting sharper bird photos due to the bird detection and amazingly fast focus acquisition. Very impressed with the focus. Also loving the clearer evf . All in all, a worthy upgrade. (All pictures with the oly 300mm f4)

Bird recognition is the only positive

By Mark
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-17

The menu system is so bizarre. For example: formatting the memory card is in a different place than erasing images. Some of the buttons (subject recognition, face detection, etc) have to be held down while turning the control wheel. This is difficult. Overall, things that used to be located together are now in different places However the bird recognition does work.

A significant advance in capability

By Werner
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-16

My prior m4/3 camera was the OM-D E-M1 II. The OM-1 is a significant upgrade in nearly every key function. 1. Autofocus - subject recognition is state of the art. It identifies subjects at long distances and follows them within the frame and maintains focus throughout a sequence of shots. 2. Dynamic range - while the sensor may be slightly better than its predecessor, the real advancement in shadow noise and high ISO noise is the addition of multi-shot composites to the camera's feature set. Both handheld high resolution and in-camera ND filters result in significant reduction in noise of all types. An 8-stop ND filter outputs a raw file with far more dynamic range than any full frame sensor. A HHHR file also show dramatic improvements in shadow noise/dynamic range. 3. Four custom settings banks and a custom menu (myset) allow for 4 completely different sets ups, including button assignments. 4. A special display to help control camera shake during slow shutter speed exposures. 5. Finally, a well thought out menu system. Minor nits- 1. I don't like in-camera battery charging so I bought an aftermarket battery charger. 2. For my hands the two front buttons next to the lens mount are almost unusable. Just too hard to push.

I like it

By Jerod
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-16

I wait from Feb23 until the end of March to get mine. IT was worth the wait. Love the new abilities, I have had the camera for two months now, and have used it for sports (Volleyball inside) Low light, lightning, and just regular landscape photography. I am happy, tired the BIF, but I a novice at that and it needs work. Just need DxO and LR to support natively...


By Eric
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-16

I'm an amateur photog and am into bird and wildlife, nature, macro and general family photos. Coming from Sony apsc, I wasn't happy with the ergonomics and got tired of waiting for Sony to come out with a new apsc body with features found in their higher full frame models and other competitors. Indeed, Sony stopped manufacturing apsc for more than half of 2022 and just seems into vlogging for the format. I loved my Nikon d750 and d7500 but made the switch to mirrorless a few years ago and can't look back. Nikon Z is very expensive, the z6 and z7 series don't have bird AF, and I dont want to wait for the z9 tech to trickle down to a more affordable z camera. So, a few months ago I bought a used em1 mark ii and was very surprised at the ergonomics and increased usability. Picked up some used lenses like the 300 f4 pro and was very happy with the results I was getting. I wanted the Om1 for the improved AF and additional computational modes. Enter the Om1. After approx 2 weeks with the camera, I have no regrets with my purchase. Pros: Bird AF is spot on amazing. This camera senses birds in dense foliage like a champ. AF locks on and sticks. Had to learn that the AF area determines where subject detection works. Animal AF works really well too. The camera pairs terrifically with the 300 f4 pro. To me, the Om1 is lighter and just as comfortable as my Nikon d750 which to me is high praise. Much more comfortable than the Sony a6400. Also loving the dedicated back button AF. I'm very happy with the additional computational photo modes like ND and 80mp high res mode. HDR photo stacking has been fairly quick and the results look great. The high noise reduction processing of jpegs has saved me time processing photos that I'd have to do with the em1 mark ii. I can share jpegs sooc and not feel like I need to futz with Lightroom or OM workspace. Need to play around with starry AF some more. Cons: Menus are different from the em1 mark ii but still not great. The fact that I can't quickly switch tabs in the menu but have to scroll through many pages to get from one end of the menu to the other is annoying. Once I've added all my frequently used items to the customizable my menu, the frustrating menu system will be less of an issue. Ergonomics for me are a very slight downgrade from the em1 mark ii. Don't really notice an issue with the recessed wheels but also not wearing gloves right now (summer season). Grip is ever so slightly bigger and curved differently and the camera just feels a little more cramped than the em1 mark ii. However, it's still perfectly fine to use for long periods of time and after an initial adjustment period I don't notice any issues with the grip. I wish the camera came with a dedicated battery charger and was not happy that I had to shell out $220 for a charger and another battery but I don't buy camera bodies often and I plan to get many years out of this camera. I figure the camera is worth at least another $120 ($220 charger/battery combo minus $100 battery) given its feature set rivals the Sony a1 so in the end, not a big deal. As an aside, I bought the 12-40mm f/2.8 kit because it was surprisingly in stock for a day. Didn't plan on buying the Om1 with the kit lens but this lens has been fantastic as well. There's nothing kit about this lens. I really like the 24-80mm effective focal length and the lens is sharp and well built. Wish it was f/2 to get a little more bokeh but that's what primes are all about I suppose. The lens is not heavy and balances very well on the Om1. I'm betting OM System will have a big future with all the hype this camera has been getting and the fact that demand far outpaces supply since release.

The best M43 camera out there

By Hodge,
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-29

I am a long-time Canon user who recently switched to the Olympus/OM System world. So far, I do not regret the switch, which in my case includes purchase of the new OM-1. Before buying the OM-1, I considered the Olympus E-M1 Mk ii on the used market-an excellent camera that lacks some of the advances made in the OM-1 but that still has high IQ and (bought used) is a bargain at roughly one-third the price of the OM-1. Two key differences in the OM-1, however, were important to me: (1) the vastly improved clarity of the EVF and rear LCD and (2) the introduction of an AF system that rivals cameras that cost two to three times more. I am primarily a bird photographer, and these two things are keys to my ability to get better shots. The other improvements over earlier Olympus cameras ... faster processing and readout speeds, even better weather sealing, higher e-shutter frame rates, tweaked computational modes ... these are features I'm glad to have, but to me they are incidental to the improved EVF and focusing capabilities. The video capabilities of the OM-1 are improved as well, but they're not anything that would make owners of recent Panasonic or Fujifilm cameras jealous. In addition, while the OM-1 can save custom settings for taking still photos, it can't currently save settings for taking videos-something that hybrid shooters would not only want but expect. I mainly shoot stills and won't ding OM System for this issue, which is possibly fixable in a firmware update, just as other issues can be addressed on any camera that has just been launched. All in all, I really like the OM-1 and look forward to exploring and becoming proficient with its many capabilities. Like many converts to M43, I switched from full frame looking for a lighter-weight kit, longer reach with the 2x crop factor, smaller more hand-holdable lenses, and lower overall costs. I now have these things in the OM-1.

Significant upgrade over previous Olympus m43 cameras

By Reed
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-19

This review is from the perspective of coming to the OM-1 from the Olympus E-M1 MK II and E-M1X bodies (and prior to that, Nikon film and digital cameras for several decades). My most recent experience was with the E-M1X for the past 1.5 years - a stellar camera and to that point my favorite camera of all time. The biggest improvements to me are the following: 1. Autofocus in general and AF-C in particular. The bird ID functionality combined with the improved AF-C are allowing me to get a lot more hummingbird photos with the eye(s) in focus. Focusing is improved for general Birds In Flight (BIF) and other types of photography. 2. The OLED EVF is significantly better than the previous EVFs. It's far easier to shoot and review with the improved EVF. 3. I managed to get along with the menu system on the previous cameras and didn't hate it, but the OM-1's menu system is laid out much better and much easier to use. Being able to set up favorites (My Menu) is extremely helpful. 4. Don't know if the IBIS is significantly better relative to earlier cameras, but it works remarkably well. 5. Having a total of 4 custom settings available (C1..C4) is extremely useful. I have all 4 set up for different scenarios. For wildlife photography, my most used lens are the Panasonic Leica 100-400 and the Olympus 300mm F4 Pro (typically paired with the Olympus MC-14 teleconverter). Both setups are highly recommended. What improvements would I like to see? 1. Additional resolution 2. Built-in GPS The OM-1 is a very significant and useful upgrade from the E-M1 MK II and E-M1X. Don't have an E-M1 MK III so I can't comment relative to it, or to any Panasonic micro four thirds cameras. Would I buy it again? Absolutely. Once they are readily available I'll purchase an additional one for back-up and use by my spouse.

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Does it have built-in geotagging?

Does it have built-in geotagging?
Asked by: James
The OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mirrorless Camera does not have a built-in GPS. The camera does support geotagging when connected to a smart phone.
Answered by: Lawrence
Date published: 2022-02-15

To follow up my earlier question, which wasn't ...

To follow up my earlier question, which wasn't fully answered: can you navigate the OM-1's menu via the touch LCD?
Asked by: John
Unfortunately, it's not possible to navigate the menu on the OM-1 via the touch LCD.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-02-17

the specs say no IP streaming. Does this mean ...

the specs say no IP streaming. Does this mean streaming only through HDMI to a card?
Asked by: Steve
The OM-1 Mirrorless Camera would have a clean HDMI output, so live streaming would be done via the HDMI port and a capture card.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-02-17

Does the dual card slot allow for real time ...

Does the dual card slot allow for real time copying of images from slot 1 to slot 2 as they are made, or is the copying done after the fact in a separate action?
Asked by: Robert
The OM SYSTEM OM-1 Mirrorless Camera can be set to record to both cards simultaneously. Additionally, one can copy images from one card to the other after the fact.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2022-03-01

What is the minimum SD card requirement for ...

What is the minimum SD card requirement for capturing 4k 60p 10 bit? I don't want to cut corners, but I also don't want to purchase more SD card than I need.
Asked by: Matthew
We suggest a 64gb UHS speed class 3 "U#" allows you to shoot in cinema 4K quality. Please review the cards for your 4K needs SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-II SDXC Memory Card BH #SAEPSDU64GBD • MFR #SDSDXDK-064G-ANCIN
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-03-07

Does the OM-1 Feature both 24.0 fps and 23.976 ...

Does the OM-1 Feature both 24.0 fps and 23.976 fps?
Asked by: Lyndrick
Yes, both frame rates are available.
Answered by: Bjorn
Date published: 2022-02-15

Is the back ISO button on this body programmable ...

Is the back ISO button on this body programmable so it can be used for other functions?
Asked by: Rod
Yes, the separate AEL and AF-ON buttons can be customized to control different functions on the OM-1 Mirrorless Camera.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-02-16

Can the Em-mk3 battery charger charge the new ...

Can the Em-mk3 battery charger charge the new OM-1 battery?
Asked by: Paul
Answered by: Matt
Date published: 2022-06-07
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