Releasing five new models for early 2016, they’re mostly tweaks on the models introduced at last year’s show.
With a new sensor, lens and an updated microphone, it should be a different beast.
The Revl Arc uses a motor and a team of sensors to make sure your video stays level while you shoot, and automatically edit clips when you’re done.
After years of making the most rugged point-and-shoots available, Olympus is finally using that know-how to take on GoPro.
The $5,000 six-camera setup might be aimed at professionals, but the hardware-software combination looks easy enough for beginners.
Interchangeable EF and PL mounts also make the feature list.
The company issues a new model with minor updates over the XC10.
Along with steady and smooth 4K- and full HD-resolution video, the new cameras get an updated Live-View remote.
Not only did the company announce a first for the action cam category at the show, but it brought its folding high-speed tricopter drone along for the ride.
The compact dual-lens camera is loaded with top-end features for capturing and streaming spherical video, but it’s not priced that way.