Olympus's popular OM-D series introduces a new model, the EM-5 Mark II. The new EM-5 builds on the original's success with a redesigned 16MP sensor and stronger weather sealing so you can nail that shot no matter how bad the conditions are out there.
The camera also features their acclaimed 5-axis image stabilization, a 2.36 million dot EVF, an articulating display, built-in Wi-Fi, and a new high-resolution 40 Megapixel mode that captures eight sequential images by moving the sensor between each shot to create an image comparable to one shot from a full-frame camera. Video is also a big focus with the camera with 77 Mbps high bit rate recording for 1080p/60p video and also supports 50p, 30p , 25p and 24p frame rates.
The E-M5 Mark II starts at $1,099, more info at Olympus.