Olympus OM-D E-M10

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I'm shopping for a travel camera at the moment, and basically I'm trying to decide between two different kit offers for the Olympus OM-D E-M10. I'll either get the "M.Zuiko digital 14-150mm 1:4.0-5.6 II" (which supposedly has quite good IQ even though it's a superzoom) or a combined "M.Zuiko 14-42mm EZ + M.Zuiko 40-150mm" kit. What do you think would be important considerations? I'm a beginner, but not really a fan of electronic zoom, even though the pancake lens would of course make the...
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I used to make pictures with a Nikon D80 + 18-200 VR for several years; because I felt that the combination was to heavy and bulky the last years I hardly used it, instead I used a Panasonic DMC-TZ7....... I wanted more and better,last year I bought the OMD-EM10+ 14-42 EZ, like the EM10 but not the 14-42EZ, too soft and don't like the electric zooming... So... I bought the Oly 25 1.8, Oly 45 1.8 and Pana 14 2.5 . Much nicer pictures. I missed a zoom,wanted the " best" and bought the Oly 12-40...
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I currently have access to both a Pentax K-50 and Oly E-M10. I've been using a manual Oly OM 50mm macro on the E-M10 (.5 mag), and it's OK, not great. I've used a smc Pentax-M 100mm macro (.5) on the Pentax, and I like that lens quite a bit. But I wanna try higher magnification. And I think I want autofocus and aperture control as well. I like working all manual, but I've run up against its limitations. I take a lot of photos while out on hikes, without a tripod (maybe a monopod), and...
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Evening all. Apologies for what may be a daft question.... I'm still growing my m43 kit that includes E-M10, 12-40 2.8, 25 1.8 and kit 40-150 f4-5.6. I come from Pentax, where I had the Sigma 70-200 2.8 where I needed reach. I would like to add to my Oly kit, something with longer reach and faster than the kit telephoto. I have considered the 40-150 pro but can't justify the price (yet). I am wondering if something like the Sigma 60mm f2.8 or Oly 60mm f2.8, and the 1.4 TC is an option worth...
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I'm always looking for a better camera for bird photography.  The Oly EM10 with a zoom lens looks promising, but I'm not sure what I'd gain over my Pany FZ200 (25-600mm).  I'd like to stay light that's why I'm looking at 4/3 mirrorless. --Rich G Smith
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These two cameras fit within my $650 dollar budget, and they are not DSLR's, which i like. I had a DSLR before, and it was sometimes a pain to have with me while traveling and hiking because of the size. But i broke it a few years ago, now i want to get another camera but smaller. I also like having a EVF.  My budget is just for now, i understand i'd be getting a kit lens. But i will plan on buying some more lenses in the future.  Or are there any other camera suggestions? Thanks
Manne
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Hi, Does anybody know how to reset the file counter of the EM 10? Full reset doesn't do it. Many thanks for any response --Mannefrom Wasaga Beach, Ontario CApbase.com/photobasket
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I've bought an Olympus M.zuiko 9-18mm yesterday. On this forum, I've read that sharpness can vary a lot for this lens - there a sharp ones and soft ones. Could somebody please look at the sample photos I've shot?I shoot with an Olympes E-M10. In the link are 2 ORF files (no sharpening or other things done to it).Both shot with a tripod. One F7.1 and the other at F6.3I have also saved the files as high-quality JPEG-files, with Olympus Viewer 3. http://we.tl/Ig43A1ZYQL I have doubts about the...
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Hi, I recently bought an E-M10 body and want to match it with a suitable small lens - I already have the Panny 14mm F2.5 and 20mm F1.8. Some of my test shots with the 14mm showed significant purple fringing in high contrast areas, which is apparently a common issue with Panasonic lenses on Olympus bodies - http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/56146691. (The same scene shot with my G5 and the 14mm lens showed no fringing at all.) I use Rawtherapee to process my raw files and, although it...
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I have a 45mm 1.8 Mzuiko, 14-42mm Kit Lens & a Telezoom 40-150mm (intending to sell out from the bundle) on my new OMD Em10. I am thinking to get another piece of lens to take photos of people / food on the table w a little bokeh. Should i stick with my kit lens and 45mm, or should I buy one more lens? Somehow somewhat 45mm is abit too "close up", should I make do with 45mm (I know this is already a good portrait lens) or consider 17mm or 25mm? (I am very new to photography and may sound...
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