The new PEN-F is built around a 20-megapixel Live MOS sensor, which is coupled with the TruePci VII imaging processor, so you’re getting the good stuff in terms of Olympus imaging tech. The body is built to resemble that of the original PEN-F, but it has been slightly modernized and made (at least in my opinion) a lot handsomer. It uses magnesium elements in the body, as well as aluminum dials for controlling the camera. The screws on the bottom of the camera are also hidden to increase durability and give it a cleaner look. It has a dedicated exposure compensation dial in addition to the typical buttons, and four custom mode options in the dial so you can keep common settings quickly at hand.