In 2019, Yongnuo announced their first (sort-of) Micro Four Thirds camera, the YN450, a year before they joined the Micro Four Thirds System Standard Group. It was an odd duck, with a Micro Four Thirds sensor but a Canon EF lens mount. It wasn’t easily available outside of China, but the few who managed to get their hands on one were definitely not impressed. In 2021, they announced another, the YN455. This one actually had a Micro Four Thirds lens mount, although it still seems to have been limited to a China-only release.
Now, it looks like the company is trying again with what looks like an Android-powered Micro Four Thirds studio camera for live streaming. The new camera has not yet been officially announced, although it’s said to be called the YN433 and apparently appeared at a recent trade show somewhere. Some images of the new camera were posted to Chinese social media website, Weibo, giving us views from all around.
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