PIX 2015

Olympus OM-D E-M10

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
jimhuddle
 

This camera gets better all the time. I use regularly and it has inspired my creative side. I now feel the tool In my hands is as capable or more than me. It really has the best features and most flexibility I can get. I enjoy the wireless remote mostly cause I can set up camera on tripod with cameo in backyard then I watch The birds come to my perch and shoot by touching my phone  screen also change aperture and ISO As the light changes. Another great feature I can carry while bike riding ...

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Absolutely amazing camera, I owned this for just over 1 week.  Coming from 2 older PEN series Oly. camera's.  BIG improvement!  Low light, Video, Daylight, Art or Scenes,  or using the flash pictures come out Very clear/Crisp not too sharp or soft.  I have several lenses, so far just using the 14-150mm.  The wifi works great and very useful transferring or sending through text.  High Speed continuous is easy to navigate to turn on and off. coming from other Olympus camera's I haven't had a ...

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BFHunt
 

I've owned the camera for 3 weeks and couldn't be happier with my choice. It may not be the best camera for everyone, but for my needs (all around general purpose shooting, old "reading glass" eyes, film SLR heritage) it's just perfect. I started "serious" photography in the late 1970's when I bought a used Pentax Spotmatic SLR with a couple of lenses. I upgraded to a Canon A-1, which I still have to this day, shortly thereafter. I did my own film developing (color and BW) and printing for a ...

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watson076
 

I don't really know how to express my satisfaction with this camera.  It definitely ranks among the very best camera's I have ever had the pleasure of using, if not the best based on my overall experience. Pros: (1) Exceptional image quality.  Impressive levels of detail, attractive color, accurate white balance, really mind blowing dynamic range. (2) Beautiful ...

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danran
 

(1) Excellent EXCELLENT Camera  ! (2) The BEST

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Glen K Wells
 

I have too many cameras I admit it. Last purchase was the Panasonic GX7 Many great points and used it mostly successfully. However, there were some things that I could not ignore. The 'amazing' viewfinder was slow to switch on when put to the eye (lag) and was to me a rather synthetic representation of the image to be taken. I also was getting dreaded shutter shock with a couple of lenses. elec shutter not useable under indoor lighting or with flash so this was annoying. Panasonic will not ...

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tinpusher
 

When I first got hold of the camera I was so disappointed with the soft IQ that I returned the first body as defective. The second was no better and I was about to return that copy when new firmware was produced dealing with shutter shock. Immediately all of my lenses looked better and my life with the E-M10 began but always using the electronic shutter below 1/320sec and shutter lag short. Although there's much to like , I find the body too small and the controls quite clumsy in use although ...

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phuketurk
 

I am just a beginner and I just like photography because of this amazing camera. It look so cool and performance overall more than my expectation. I just sad because of suitable lens prices are so high. Highly recommended for the beginners especially. Best regards

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Theelderkeynes
 

Battery/SD card cover does not latch automatically, it has to be done by hand or rather by finger nail since the sliding latch is small with even smaller serrations.  Try that on a cold morning, gloves have to come off, or if you have largish fingers... Eyecup fell off on the second day.  Pushed .on

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An update on my previous post on the E-M10: Remarkably versatile with the right lenses, as always. With the Panasonic 14mm F2.5 can be a bit susceptible to metering issues but very high image quality for such a small camera. Very pocketable with any small lens. With Panasonic 20mm F1.7 a delight. The Sigma 60mm F2.8 seems to give it focussing problems, occasionally, but overall OK. The Sigma is a very good lens. Experiments with old glass, Nikon Nikkor and Olympus OM 50mm F1.4s from the 70's ...

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