Both Panasonic and Olympus announced their new high end models, the Lumix GH5, and Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II. On top of that, we also got a lot of new lens options.
Looking at recently announced compact mirrorless cameras for enthusiast users, I think it is fair to say that there has been a revolution in terms of features. The image quality has probably not changed much, but a lot of useful features have been added. More cameras get articulated touch screens, and we get better video options and better image stabilization.
Here is a summary of some important models:
|Camera||Size, weight||Price||Crop||Articulated screen||Video||IBIS||Layout||Weather protected|
|Lumix G80/G81/G85||128 x 89 x 74mm, 505g||US$900||2x||Yes, touch||4k30p||Yes||SLR style||Yes|
|Lumix GH5||133 x 93 x 84mm?, ~600g?||US$2000??||2x||Yes, touch||4k60p @ 8 bit, 4k30p @ 10 bit||Yes||SLR style||Yes|
|Olympus E-M1 Mark II||134 x 91 x 67mm, 574g||US$2000||2x||Yes, touch||4k30p||Yes||SLR style||Yes|
|Fujifilm X-T2||133 x 92 x 49mm, 507g||US$1600||1.5x||Tilt only||4k30p||No||SLR style||Yes|
|Sony A6300||120 x 67 x 49mm, 404g||US$1000||1.5x||Tilt only||4k30p||No||Rangefinder style||No|
|Sony A6500||120 x 67 x 53mm, 453g||US$1400||1.5x||Tilt only, touch||4k30p||Yes||Rangefinder style||No|
|Canon EOS M5||116 x 89 x 61mm, 427g||US$1000||1.6x||Tilt only, touch||1080 60p||No||SLR style||No|