Olympus PEN E-PM2

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
broxx
 
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this is product that brought joy back to Photography. It's fast matched for m5 om and easy and precise feel of control. this is great to work bellow on macro photos and captured children at play. at the it's size it process pic on macro to children

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I am guessing that most people reading this and other user reviews posted here are considering this camera and are trying to verify information they already found somewhere on the internet then try to make up their mind if it is a good buy or not. Well it depends ... I own do also OM-D (E-M5) and initially have bought this camera as a present for someone, but ended up keeping the little guy and did not touch OM-D ever since. Here is why ... as they both have very similar SONY made image ...

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Michael Meissner
 
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When Olympus had a $100 off sale on the E-PM2/E-PL5 at the end of 2012, I took advantage of it to pick up a white E-PM2 with silver 14-42mm II-R lens. I really would have liked to get the E-M5 since I'm a fan of weather sealed cameras, but I didn't really have the budget for it. One thing that I liked about the E-PM2 that was a negative with the E-M5, is that Olympus went back to the BLS-1/5 battery, which can be important when you carry multiple cameras. Over the past 12 years, I have ...

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I own a 5DII which is my fancy pants camera. I bought the E-MP2 as a venue camera where I wouldn't be allowed to take the 5D and for those occasions where either I didn't want the big camera or I didn't want to be the 'camera guy'. So far I'm really impressed, looks like a very pretty point and shoot buy is very fast and responsive. Both lens seem fairly sharp. The tele is a little soft in the top right but I can't think when that will be an issue. The menu system was a pleasant ...

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I own a 5DII which is my fancy pants camera. I bought the E-MP2 as a venue camera where I wouldn't be allowed to take the 5D and for those occasions where either I didn't want the big camera or I didn't want to be the 'camera guy'. So far I'm really impressed, looks like a very pretty point and shoot buy is very fast and responsive. Both lens seem fairly sharp. The tele is a little soft in the top right but I can't think when that will be an issue. The menu system was a pleasant ...

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