As usual, murmurings of an E-M5 successor started with word from sources close to 43Rumors earlier in the month, hinting at the foreseeable release of such a camera. Now, more corroborating evidence has been found via the Indonesian certification website, ePostel, posting Olympus’ WiFi-enabled “E-M10″ in their public database shown below:
Expect more of a marginal update.
According to the largely-accurate 43Rumors, the E-M10 will carry the same 16MP sensor found in the E-M5, but introduce E-M1’s ‘TruePic’ VII imaging processor along with improved autofocusing and in body image stabilization, resulting in an update that will be more marginal than ground-breaking.
Expect more details in the coming weeks!