The OM System OM-1 sets a new standard for micro four thirds cameras by offering features and capabilities that help it compete or even exceed those of APS-C and full frame options. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera and the kind of performance and image quality you can expect from it in real-world usage.
Coming to you from Jacek Sopotnicki, this helpful video review takes a look at the new OM System OM-1 mirrorless camera. While the current standard for continuous burst rates among full frame cameras is 30 fps (save for the Nikon Z 9's 120 fps when shooting 11-megapixel images), the OM-1 blows past that, offering 50 fps bursts with continuous autofocus or 120 fps using locked autofocus, making it a serious competitor for things like sports or wildlife photography. And beyond that, you get the company's usual array of unique and advanced computational photography features that have endeared the company's cameras to many users, all packed into a highly portable body that pairs with equally light and portable lenses nicely. Check out the video above for Sopotnicki's full thoughts on the camera, and if you would like to read more, take a look at our in-depth review.