I'm just gonna throw this out there. (Hey, it's a blog. It'll disappear in the pile in a week and no one will remember it in a month.) I know nothing—absolutely nothing—and I haven't even been around to the various rumor sites to canvass the current state of speculation. But I think the new Olympus OM-D is going to be full-frame. Remember, you heard it here.
...Unless I'm wrong, in which case all you should remember was "I know nothing"!
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Featured Comment by Daniel Fealko: "So let me see if I understand this. You're right, unless you're wrong, in which case, you're right about being wrong. Is that right?"
Mike replies: Right. That way, right or wrong, I'll be all right.
Featured Comment by Siu Hay: "What's the point if the OM-D is not full-frame (36x24)? An OM camera with a tiny sensor is an insult to OM."
Featured [partial] Comment by Doug: "The OM-D will just be Olympus' Micro 4/3 camera with a built-in EVF, like the GH2."
Mike replies: That's probably the best guess.
Featured Comment by sneye: "Full frame is so 2008...."