Olympus Says DSL-ARM Syndrome Is Catching In Parody Video Series

Olympus has created a series of mockumentary videos highlighting to photographers the problems you face when suffering from DSL-ARM.

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In a series of videos which have appeared on the Olympus Youtube channel, the company behind the OM-D E-M5 Mark II have a very tongue-in-cheek way to highlight the positives of light-weight cameras. 

The main mockumentary introduces the world to a mock syndrome known as DSL-ARM where one person's arm is lengthened out of proportion due to them holding a heavy camera. 

The videos are, of course, used to promote the OM-D range of cameras but no matter if you're a micro four thirds fan or not, the videos are amusing and worth a watch. 

(Via The Phoblographer)

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