Olympus OM-D E-M1

Announced Sep 10, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Which is really the better lens to have?
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Hi guys, I am a relative beginner to photography and need some assistance selecting a new camera (my abilities lie pretty close to 'point & click') A couple of years ago I brought an Olympus PEN E-PM1 with the following lenses: * M.Zuiko; 40-150mm; 1:4-5.6 * M.Zuiko; 14-42mm; 1:3.5-5.6 * M.Zuiko; 75-300mm; 1:4.8-6.7 I use the camera when travelling and so chose a micro 4/3's camera for the low weight coupled to exchangeable lenses. Generally I've been happy with the camera, except that the...
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After all this time I thought I'd give 'Mysets' a go. I have set up a couple and although they work when selected the Myset number ie MY1, does not appear on the LV screen in the bottom LH corner, nor in the EVF. Manual (again) page 36, item 33. http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/support/...em1_ver2_e.pdf Any suggestions?
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Hi all, I used to have one of my custom settings for shooting video in manual mode, the settings go like this: fixed aperture fixed shutter speed auto ISO (or fixed if I am shooting in consistent lighting) 16:9 aspect ratio to get the video framing manual focus etc... The last time I shot video in this mode was in firmware v2.1 I believe, and it used to work as expected. I upgraded to firmware v3 once it was available, but didn't test video shooting. Last week, I tried to use this mode, but...
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By: Eskilsson (5 days ago)
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I read about this camera, and it seems that the user can`t choose between PDAF and CDAF, PDAF for older Fourthirds lenses, and CDAF for Microfourthirds. This is a fact?
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Nowadays even the smallest camera is capable of so much, it's hard to make the decision on which camera to buy or which camera to keep because they are all so good! I currently have an EM1 for sports and wild life and an EP5 for everyday light weight general purpose use. My wife has a GM1 so we can share lenses with each other. Now that my wife got the new fancy iPhone 6, she pretty much left the GM1 in the dry cabinet ever since. She said I could use it and I did, a lot, because it's so...
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I've been reading about Yongnuo flashes and transceivers working with Olympus. But before I purchase anything I want to make sure I'm purchasing the correct product. Will this transceiver kit work with the fl-50, http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00JFDC664/ref=pd_luc_rh_sim_03_01_t_img_lh?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and will the transmitter work with the...
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By: JAYBUK (1 week ago)
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Is there a way to do this in camera or does it have to be done via the computer?  I am used to the two button Nikon method but can find nothing in the menus / manual. Thanks in advance, John --A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses
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Hi, Can I ask users of the Em1 how effective (or not) they have found the phase focus for catching subject movement.  is it a real step up from the Em5?. Any example images would also be very helpful. Thank you Ray
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Hey all Local store is having a sale at the moment and I'm finally ready to get a 'walk around' lens to put on my EM10 that I can take mountain bike riding, street walking etc without worrying about damage, weight and size (vs. 12-40 pro on the EM1). I'm torn between 17 and 25 FL's. Any suggestions on which of the Olympus 17 f1.8 or Oly 25mm f1.8 is generally the better lens in technical terms of IQ etc. And then which might be best suited to general photography, would be a mix of landscape,...
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