can you use the ML-L3 remote control (the very small one) ?
thats funny…. EM5 looks better for me…..
why this horrible colours.......????? brown and gold!!! ok its something new.... people like brown Audi`s as well.... hehe
otherwise it will be a fantastic little camera.... the panasonic version is great for its size......
looks digital..... nobody need`s this in 2013
horrible for 1250 ASA go and see a d-lux Leica... much better
why did you not post some high ISO shout... 800 and 1600 ISO...?
Will there be a difference to the Leica d-lux6?I don't need Lightroom..... have already 3 copy's from Leica.... I have a lumix lx3.... saw never a difference to equivalent Dlux......
thats the first review I can not understand.... tried this camera 2 times.... results are not impressing at all.. Pictures have a digital look like years ago...... ugly colours
Hello, I am not sure how to set this dynamic range setting.... Automatic or 100/200/400 ?If I leave it on auto and ISO on 100-400 auto... the camera very often uses 400 ISO in sun light..... ???
I must say, I am very disappointed of the quality...... I stay with my 75mm 2.0 Summicron Leica lens on the OM-D.......... with is fantastic!!!
Enabling the Super Control Panel for fast settings changesHello, I do not understand this.... it does not work... anybody here how can help?
The Super Control Panel is one of our favorite user interfaces - it puts all your key settings on a single screen, making it easy to check or change your setup. On the E-M5 it's been made even better by being made touch sensitive, meaning you can simply hit OK to bring the screen up, tap the setting you wish to change, then spin the dial to change it. Alternatively, you can press 'OK' to see a list of available settings.
Strangely, though, Super Control Panel isn't enabled, by default, in the E-M5's live view settings. We think this is one of the most important single changes you can make for making the shooting experience faster and more enjoyable.
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