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Olympus to make a 500mm MTF super telephoto
Olympus to make a 500mm MTF super telephoto
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Olympus to make a 500mm MTF super telephoto

The Japanese website Newsswitch interviewed Shigemi Sugimoto from Olympus, a summary from 43rumors detail the interview;

  • In 2018 we couldn’t launch new products  because of the factory relocation
  • The policy is now to announce multiple lenses every year from this year.
  • We will continue to launch cameras in three areas: entry, middle and high end level.
  • A super telephoto lens that reaches 1000mm in FF terms is under development, and it will reach 2000mm with a 2x teleconverter
  •  True value of MTF lies in scenes where mobility, image stabilization, and tripods cannot be used. It is possible to provide photos with a high degree of freedom that cannot be achieved by other companies.
  • E-M1X has introduced many of the world’s first technologies.
  • The PEN series has been highly acclaimed by women. The point is how to fight in the mature mirrorless market.
  • We are considering automating lens production. There are many areas that require high-precision work and are difficult to replace with robots. Combination with hand action is also difficult.
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