They're both built very solidly, with no creaks, not flexes
Due to the lack of EVF, and thicker body, the EP5 seems to be a bit more sturdy
-> EP5 by a tad
The EM10 button feels...
lovely images, idyllic location, friendly people ...
been there myself (not Sapa) but will visit it for sure on subsequent trips
for these smaller bodies with smaller batteries
Coming from a FF DSLR I was a bit shocked to see the battery run out after 200/300 shots but I'm comparing apples to oranges
Now I learn to carry a...
A comparison test
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Just like any Oly camera you press the left arrow, then info button, then adjust the focus point by pressing the arrow
the E-M10 has the same 81-AF point and small box size as the E-M1
1 reason to consider it over the E-M5 among many
I couldn't install the Beta version of ACR so either convert the ORF to DNG using the latest Beta converter and use LR5 then export to OnOne Perfect Effects which yield better results and have...
Glad you like it and give it a generous 10!
I love mine too but to be perfectly 'objective' here are a few things I'd like Oly to work on:
1) flash sits too low leaving dark shadows on subject; and...
I think it all boils down to the price
It's a brilliant lens no doubt but its price and its odd focal are the 'detriments' here
if it were $500.00 I'd jump on it today
With the advent of the...
Thanks for sharing these gorgeous images
I'm surprised he used the 9-18mm quite a bit for it's a rather slow lens
the 75mm is a gem
I love that photo in the church, he handled the light well
Last time I took a tour of Lower Antelope with a different tour and they did not require DSLR or MF
I took with me the lowly GF1 + 20mm lens and that's all I had at the time
One the second trip I...
just came back from a 12-day trip myself with 3 days in Hanoi
i, too, am amazed what the Vietnamese can do with the bike
I also shot a lot of pan shots of traffic
The hazy skies help with the low...
gives you more grip on both depth and width
can remove battery and card quickly
look no further
it's the combo I have
I also have the grip, a must for that combo
I figure I could even get a 2nd EM10 for the price of a EM1
IQ wise it's on par with the EM1 and weighs less and is smaller + has...
I order from whoever has the products, Kenmore being closer to me on the West Coast
the body looks good
I just don't like these puny sensors
Sorry no purchase here
Looking to add a silver EP5 or another silver EM10 instead
Agree with you on the grip
Both my EP3 and EPL5 have the large grip mounted; it's perfect
I lament the use of the thin grip on the EP5; why not sport the large grip on it and have an even larger...
The time it takes for the AF to lock on the subject is usually longer than shutter lag time
Saying so there's no noticeable lag on the EM10 shutter that I've noticed
I never once missed a shot due...
It all depends on your subject, distance to subject, shooting mode, ambient available light + may other parameters
Yes, there are occasions where I had to dial up EV to expose correctly but it's...
would fit your needs quite well
review here http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2014/01/02/the-tenba-dna-11-cameramessenger-bag-review/
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