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OLYMPUS TO RELEASE RICOH GR CLONE ?

Over at the Photoblographer CHRIS GAMPAT reveals some interesting prospects for Olympus fans. With a NEW Ricoh GR around the corner (apparently) many of us would be very keen to see a 2nd serious player enter the realms of our Ricoh GR. Whats more it will be interesting to see what their specs are and how they compare to the New Ricoh GR. Until then enjoy the article

There have been stories going around and whispers of a large sensor compact camera from Olympus coming soon for a while now, but 43rumors has reason to believe that the camera is going to be much like the Ricoh GR. While this seems a bit unlikely, it’s still very interesting due to the fact that these reports have been going around for a while now and Panasonic launched one with the LX100. While that camera had a zoom lens, it only makes sense that Olympus would try to release something with a solid, fixed prime lens.

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