Last week, we saw a certain camera in a leak, and now we can finally say that the product has been officially revealed, though not released.
Called XZ-2, the camera was made by Olympus and will only begin shipping in November, for the price of $600, or €456-600, give or take.
Designed with a 12.1-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, it features a touchscreen-based autofocus function (Touch AF), light sensitivity of up to 12,800 ISO, shutter speed of 1/2000, burst shooting of up to 5 fps, 4x optical zoom and programmable functions on the control ring around the lens.
Other specs include a swiveling three-inch LCD, physical buttons and wheels and the ability to adjust zoom and control both manually and electronically.
The product page of the newcomer can be found here