Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II - Camera & Photo

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

-Powerful 5-axis voice coil motor image stabilization system greatly reduces blur resulting from camera shake
-16MP Live MOS sensor with 40MP High-Resolution Shot Mode
-10 frames per second high speed sequential shooting
-Full HD 1080: 60p, 30p, 25p, 24p video capabilities with focus peaking
-Large 2.35 million dot electronic viewfinder
-Built-in Wi-Fi

Product Information

Item model OM-D E-M5 Mark II
Color Black/Silver
Display LCD
Display Size 3 inches
Flash Memory Type SD/SDHC/SDXC
Flash Sync Speed 1/250 sec
HDMI Type micro-HDMI
ISO Range Auto, 200-25600, expands to 100-25600
Item Weight 1.03 pounds
Product Dimensions 3.35 x 1.77 x 4.88 inches
Shipping Weight 2.3 pounds

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

Additional Information

Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars
Amazon Best Sellers Rank #491 in Camera & Photo

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Sophisticated image stabilization so you can ban the blur.
Olympus has been setting the pace on image stabilization technology for many years – and the 5-axis, ultra-smooth VCM (voice coil motor) system found in the E-M5 Mark II raises the bar once again. With industry-leading five EV steps of compensation (as measured by CIPA standards), you can shoot sharp images in low light and capture silky smooth video, all without a tripod. And because the IS system is in the body of the camera, you’ll get blur-free results regardless of which lens you use. Another cool feature: in-body IS also prevents image shake in the Electronic Viewfinder to help you properly compose your shots!

Powerful. Portable. Durable.
Don't miss the opportunity to shoot because your gear's too bulky or there's a chance of rain! The E-M5 Mark II is compact enough to take anywhere (nearly 40% smaller and lighter than traditional DSLRs) and sealed for splash proof, dust proof and freeze proof protection! The E-M5 Mark II is also complemented by a full array of similarly 'proofed' accessories, including the bundled FL-LM3 swivel bounce flash, optional powered battery grip and five M.Zuiko Digital lenses (with three more planned to arrive in 2015*) *Scheduled to arrive 2015 and onward are the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 7-14mm f2.8 PRO, M.ZUIKO Digital ED 300mm f4 PRO and M.ZUIKO Digital ED 8mm Fisheye PRO)

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Customer Review

"I'm an avid 62 year old photographer who used a number of 35mm and larger film cameras, sometimes professionally. For the past several years, now that I'm retired, I've done year long travels in third world tropical countries, sometimes backpacking in remote areas in Asia and South America. I'd been using smaller sensor cameras, last one was a Panasonic FZ 200, and for the small size of the sensor, they could do surprisingly well. However, a larger sensor like this one has would give me better quality photos, especially when cropping. I'd been waiting for the new EM5II to be released, and ordered it as soon as it was available. I also purchased the Olympus 12-50 and 75 to 300II, and will soon receive a Panasonic 20 mm f1.7 lens to round out a system. The specs and size of the EM5II were perfect for me. I've never been one to seek the largest sensor, and this 16 MP micro 4/3 one has plenty of detail for what I want. Colors are very life like, to the point of being surprising. I see many people carrying larger sensor cameras, which means higher weights, larger size, and sometimes much higher cost. I can't imagine trying to travel in the jungle or mountains carrying a huge camera, unless you were selling photos big time. Look at the size and weight of SLR cameras, and imagine trying to carry that body with lenses going from 24mm to 600mm (35 mm equivalent lenses). I'd need a porter to carry the stuff. Compared to the less expensive smaller sensor cameras, everything seems to be significantly higher quality with the EM5II. Controls are crisp feeling, and seem to be well thought out. The mode dial moves in positive clicks, and has a lock (my less expensive models did not, and were sometimes moved accidentally). As the camera is water repellent and my 12-50 lens is also, this will be my first non swimming/snorkeling/diving camera that I can confidently use in wet outside conditions (not swimming of course). The viewfinder is bright and sharp, and it's focus button seems to be placed where it won't get inadvertently moved, as my FZ200 would constantly do. For newbies, you can set the camera to pretty much take simple photos without worrying about technical settings, and for many conditions the pictures taken like this look great. I want to do more with it though, and although many functions and controls are familiar, there's going to be quite a bit of reading and practice to fully use this. I suggest buying at least one spare battery, as the camera is a bit of an energy hog, but you can still get a useable 300 or so pictures per charge. I travel with 2 spares, as electrical outlets are sometimes far away from my location. So far, I'm very happy with this camera, and I'll write more about it after some further use." [By gmarmot]

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