OM Digital Solutions, the photography company formerly housed within the Olympus brand, has revealed the OM System OM-1, a Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens camera designed for both mobility and high image quality.

The OM-1 is designed to compete with the image quality seen from full-frame cameras, featuring a 20-megapixel CMOS sensor that is equipped to shoot in low-light situations. According to OM Digital Solutions, new noise processing technology increases the maximum normal sensitivity to ISO 25600, and an overall maximum of ISO 102400.

Suited for a variety of photographers, the OM-1 comes with a 1,053-point autofocus system in addition to the ability to automatically track wildlife such as birds, dogs and cats. To help capture fast-moving subjects, the camera is capable of shooting 50 frames-per-second using AF tracking, and up to 120 frames-per-second with AF locked.

For videographers, the OM-1 can film at 4K 60p, and up to 240p when shooting in Full HD. The new Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) mode also helps to make it easier to record high dynamic range (HDR) videos.

Although the OM-1 camera still includes the Olympus branding, but there are some indications it may be the last model to include the logo following the OM Digital Solutions’ buyout.

The OM System OM-1 camera will be available from March 2022. Australian retailers are listing the camera body for pre-order with prices starting at $3,139.