Olympus has filed a new patent for 24mm f/1.4 full frame mirrorless lens. Up to now Olympus has four full frame mirrorless lens patents:
Take a look at the patent details below translated by Google.
- Patent Publication No. 2016-38418
- Published 2016.3.22
- Filing date 2014.8.5
- f 24.48
- FNO. 1.41
- 2ω 91.37
- IH 22.50
- FB (in air) 9.49
- Total length (in air) 154.18
Since these patents were published, many questions are opened: Is Olympus preparing for a full-frame mirrorless camera? If they do, I think Olympus will announce the full frame mirrorless camera in the next several months, probably at Photokina 2016 in September.
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