Olympus will launch the follow up to their now-3-years old E-3 DSLR (pictured) on 14th September. According to 43Rumours, the next Olympus DSLR will be the E-5, which will launch just ahead of the Photokina exhibition in September.
If the leak is to be believed, the E-5 will feature a 12 MP sensor compared to the 10 megapixels on offer in the E-3. It will also feature the company’s new TruePic 5 image processing engine, as well as a 3 inch screen, 720p video recording, an 11 point Auto Focus and Olympus’ Art Filters which allow you to apply special effects to your shots without hooking up to a PC.
No word on pricing or release date yet, but we’ll surely find out more soon if that 14th September reveal date turns out to be real.