OM-1 Mark II
Mirrorless Camera Body
The first flagship to carry the OM SYSTEM name, the OM-1 Mark II is a revamped second iteration of the proven Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. Its 20MP stacked BSI Live MOS sensor and TruePic X processor deliver high-quality captures, speedy autofocus, and excellent low-light performance with a native ISO range of 200 to 102,400. Primed to give you a closer view of your subject due to the crop factor of the Micro Four Thirds system, the OM-1 Mark II excels in wildlife and nature photography. When you're shooting handheld, the sharpness of your images is greatly improved by the 5-axis in-body image stabilization. Altogether, the OM-1 Mark II provides users mobility, precision, and a reliable workhorse camera for image and video capturing.
Among the noteworthy upgrades of the OM-1 Mark II are enhanced AI subject detection for humans, live graduated neutral density filters, updated menu configuration, 14-bit raw output, and rubberized dials. 1053 individual focus points are made available by the OM-1 Mark II's comprehensive Cross Quad Pixel autofocus system, allowing the camera to catch focus nearly anywhere on the sensor. With this design, the camera automatically detects subjects such as birds, humans, animals, cars, airplanes, and trains in order to keep them in focus and track their movements. This Cross Quad Pixel AF algorithm paired with the TruePic X processor promises a high-speed, reliable focusing performance.
IP53 rated, the OM-1 Mark II offers superior weather protection and withstands some of the harshest conditions in the field. Its tough construction renders the camera freezeproof, dust and splash resistant, and operable at temperatures as low as 14°F. DCI & UHD 4K video recording are 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.
Vertical video is now available, opening up more compositional options when shooting and saving you time in post production. Supporting up to ND128, this function digitally simulates the effects of an optical neutral density filter so you can create slow shutter speed effects in your images. With Live ND, you can see the effects through the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.