FourFourOne is back with a vengeance and it’s got a bit more going for it than its predecessors.
In this article, we’ll be taking a look at the Olympus E-M1.
FourFourOne’s review article In the past, we’ve reviewed a lot of the Olympus cameras that are currently on sale, but we’ll definitely be going into more depth with the new E-Series cameras that were announced last week.
So what exactly does Olympus have in store for us?
The E-series cameras are not the first in the world to offer the new 3D camera sensor.
Olympus also introduced the 3D-X camera in 2016.
The Olympus E3 and E3+ offer the same sensor with a bigger 4K camera sensor but the E3 offers a new camera sensor with 3D lenses.
The E3+, however, is a bit different.
It features an OLED sensor, with a resolution of 4K, while the E-3 and the E2 come with a smaller 1080p sensor and are aimed at the price segment that will be more of an enthusiast.
The E3 comes with a new 3,100mAh battery.
This is slightly smaller than the E5s’ 3,500mAh battery, which is a 2,500 mAh battery.
It’s also bigger than the 5K sensor on the Olympus 5D Mark III.
The battery is designed to last a week on a single charge, which means that if you are a daily user, you should be able to use it for a long time.
The camera also has an 18-megapixel sensor, which was the highest resolution of the three, and it offers a whopping 1,600 ISO, which translates to 2,560 full-frame shots.
The sensors is able to capture photos with very low light, thanks to the high contrast and dynamic range, which makes it possible to capture beautiful photos in low light.
The camera has also got some new features, like an optional 3D lens and an OLED screen.
The OLED screen has been on the market for a while now, and its a welcome addition.
It helps to increase the resolution of images, making them more detailed and making them much easier to read.
The Olympus E5 and E5+ offer similar sensor sizes, but the sensor on Olympus E4 is slightly larger.
They are the cheapest two cameras in this group and are also one of the best in terms of build quality.
Olympus has also announced a number of improvements to the camera sensor on E5.
It has a slightly higher pixel count, which gives the camera a better resolution.
The new sensor has also been improved to support HDR images, which allows for an even better picture quality.
The color reproduction is also improved, so you can have brighter colors for darker scenes.
The sensor also offers a much larger sensor, so it is also capable of higher resolution photos.
The best thing about the E7, though, is that it can be used as a backup camera, and unlike the E4, it does not require a tripod.
The price is the same as the E8.
The new Olympus E7 and E7+ come with the same 4K resolution as the cameras above.
It is not the same resolution as on the E6 and E6+ and it is not as fast as the ones in the E9 series.
However, the resolution on the sensor has been increased from 4K to 2K, so the camera has a much more usable 4K image.
The image quality is not so good, however, so we expect to see some improvements when the new camera goes on sale.
The latest Olympus E6 series has a 3,300mAh battery that is not exactly huge.
The 4K sensor is also not quite as good as the 5.2K sensor, but it still does have a resolution that is high enough for most professional photographers.
The resolution is 1,280 x 1,440 pixels, which equals a resolution around 1,800 x 1.2 million pixels.
The lens is a 12-megapixre 16-element prime lens with a 1.4:1.4 aperture.
There is a new filter system, too, with the lens being the same lens used on the previous E6 cameras.
It comes with 3 different filters, so photographers can create their own style.
The lens has a focus-sensitivity of f/1.8 and a wide-angle range of a maximum aperture of f:2.8, which should suit most photographers.
Aperture-priority mode allows you to focus on one element at a time, but if you need to use more than one lens, you can turn it on to give yourself a wider range of focal lengths.
The 3D sensor on this Olympus camera is much more powerful, but also less powerful than the Olympus 6 series.
The difference is that the sensor is a much smaller sensor, and you have the option to