Although Olympus announced the sale of its camera business recently, earlier today, Olympus announced an updated lens roadmap and released OM-D series support webcam beta software: This software is a program for Windows that can convert several latest OM-D cameras into webcams for forgetting live video and video conferences.
First of all, following in the footsteps of Canon, Fuji and Panasonic, Austria Linbas also released its own “webcam beta software.” Like the previous versions released by other companies, you can install this free software and use the following Olympus as a camera as a high-quality webcam via USB:
In addition, Olympus also provided some updates on the upcoming M.Zuiko lens. Olympus provided the long-awaited update of the 150-400mmf/4.5TC1.25xISPRO lens, announced the development of a new “BirdAF” firmware, and released the latest M.Zuiko lens roadmap.
According to the announcement, M. ZuikoDigitalED150-400mmf/4.5TC1.25xISPRO is a professional lens that was initially announced for development in January 2019 and is expected to be released in the winter of 2020. The final appearance of the lens has now been announced, and it can be seen that it is a professional-level super telephoto zoom.
In the future lens development circuit diagram, M.ZuikoDigitalED8 appeared -25mmf/4PRO and “Unknown Macro Lens” are two new products. Although Olympus previously announced the sale of its camera business, it is clear that Obama will not completely suspend planning anytime soon. At present, new products still have plans for research and development.
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