Olympus OM-D E-M10

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi guys, I just received my new E-M10 and I'm learning my way around it. Already read DPR's E-M5 starter guide which was immensely helpful. However, I was just wondering if there's a way to make it so that pressing a point on the touchscreen only sets the AF point without triggering the shutter? By the way, I'm still very new to photography so I just want to ask, what are some ways to utilise the 81 point AF? Because as far as I can see, I can just half-press the shutter button to acquire my...
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I read in my manual that I should go into the camera settings for stabilization and set the focal length of the lens if the lens doesn't communicate with the camera. For example, my Oly lens cap fisheye lens instructs you to set it at 9mm. So...if I'm using a 50mm OM macro lens, with an adapter, what should I set it at? I figured 50mm, but the adapter sets it off a bit. And what about if I add macro tubes? I dunno that it's gotta matter tons since I'll probably be using a tripod with the...
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Dear All, I have bought my Olympus E-M10 with lens 17mm/f1.8 a month ago.  I have been using and enjoying it but somehow in the middle of today the camera stopped auto-focusing.  I switch on the iAUTO mode in the left dial and on the left hand side of the screen I can only see the camera in MF mode.  When I half press it will not focus and I have to dial the ring to focus my object.  Can someone please help.  KUES
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How do you make a small change to a myset and then save it (as if the options for saving a myset should include "update with current settings")?  The only way I can figure to do it is to (1) 'set' the myset you want to modify, (2) make the change, (3) clear (reset) the myset, and (4) then save it again.  This works for me, but it seems unintuitive and too complex for what should be a simple operation(?)
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Hi there, can anybody confirm that the E-M10 does CA correction for Panasonic lenses (like the 14-140 II)? I'm talking about in-camera correction, no Lightroom please. ;-) Cheers!  Medon
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I'm in the process of downsizing to m43 and I've come to a bit of a jam just because of the way things are priced. The 12-40 f2.8 is priced at $999 and the M10 is priced at $649. This makes the lens and body total at ~1650. Now the local camera shop is also doing a deal on a bundle with the M5 and the lens for 1600. So the question is, whether the M10 is worth the $50 extra or are the differences between the two negligible that I could get the M5 and still be happy. I'm noticing that the M5...
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I'm mostly an Oly m43 shooter (EM1 and EM10), but am considering stepping up to full frame, and the A7 looks really interesting to me.  But I can't find anywhere in an A7 review that shows a switch that changes the active view from EVF to LCD?  Does it not have one?  I know it has auto switching when brought to eye level, but DPR says it's much too sensitive. As I do a LOT of waist level shooting, but also use EVF a lot,  I really need a way to quickly and reliably switch from EVF to LCD?  On...
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I'm mostly an Oly EM1 and EM10 user, but recently have been looking at the new Fuji XT1 very closely and with a great deal of interest.  So, with that I have a couple questions I haven't yet found answers too: 1.  Does the XT1 have auto switching between the EVF and LCD?-- and if so can it be turned off and switched manually?  Personally, I don't like auto switching on the EM1 or 10 and prefer doing it manually. 2.  What is the file size of the XT1's best quality and largest sized...
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I've been looking to buy a camera to supplement or replace my GH3. (I'm generally happy with the GH3, but nothing is perfect, and I have found the telephoto zoom lens selection to be limited.) Most of my shooting is outdoor action, daytime, at fairly long distances (over 80 yards, up to several hundred yards). The MFT format is nice for this due to the crop factor. A 300mm lens can bring things a lot closer. My equipment criteria are: good IQ, good telephoto zoom, good burst rate and depth,...
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My M10's connection to my iPhone's wifi (5s, iOS7)had been working ... that is, until I played with the option that would change the passcode.  I ended up changing the passcode, but figured my iPhone would simply prompt me for the new passcode.  It did not, but evidently tries to connect (~5-7sec) until until it finally posts the message "...unable to join...".  Nor does my iPhone offer me the possibility to "forget this device", which should prompt me for the device password after resetting...
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