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  1. Francis S Cheh
    July 16, 2021 @ 16:10

    An excellent review of the two cameras. I have just upgraded to the E-M1X from the E-M1 Mark II. It truly is an amazing imaging device with technology that goes above and beyond other professional devices.

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  2. Ryan
    July 17, 2021 @ 06:13

    OMD-Systems has recently filed copyrights for what is rumored to be
    the next generation E-M1X. It is expected to be introduced during the
    fourth quarter of this year. (Nov/Dec 2021)

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  3. Gerd
    July 17, 2021 @ 20:53

    Thank you very much for this great review of two great, outstanding camera bodies! In only use the MIT + MKIII and In am happy with both. Never had the chance to test the 1X yet… If it comes to mindestens that I need another body, I will think about the X, thanks to this article.

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    • Gerd
      July 17, 2021 @ 20:58

      Sorry, wrote my comment on a smartphone and so the autocorrection corrected words from English into German… I use the MKII and the MKIII of the E-M1 bodies. Being more than happy with both!

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  4. David Martin
    July 18, 2021 @ 11:32

    Now I need to try the E-EMIII’s hand held high resolution on the Moon.

    My hardest workouts for the E-1X have been with surfers. The latest episode, June 6, had remarkably sharp results using an Olympus 300mm f/4 lens.

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  5. David Curtis
    July 19, 2021 @ 08:27

    I have both and agree with your sentiments and admire your photos .. best wishes

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  6. Henk
    July 19, 2021 @ 11:54

    The new WOW camera to be ..what will it be . I have used the E-M1X since the start together with the 300mm Pro and specifically in wildlife photography and travel ….. i was amazed and i amazed soo many others . With its size quality and stabilisation. Also the handling is great for my big hands , for the follow-up software upgrades I am disappointed .

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  7. Jimmy
    October 24, 2021 @ 14:12

    E-M1x being offered by Olympus in it current factory refurb sale at $1,299. This is unheard of and suggests strongly to me that a new e-M1xii will be announced this month. Olympus seems to be clearing the decks for its new model. At $1,299 it proved to be a deal too good to ignore for me.

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