Olympus OM-D E-M10

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
tinpusher
 
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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
 
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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
 
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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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karljschuster
 
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An absolute peach of a camera.  So many wonderful features - focus peaking, and EVF that's like watching IMAX, build quality, everything virtually manageable without using the awesome touch screen. but all there if you want it. It rocks and the lens selection is wonderful. I switched from the GH2 and wasn't bothered by the GH4K, cos its all about the photography.  Though its video is not at all shabby.

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dv312
 
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After more than a month of ownership and extensive shooting in Vietnam, here're my findings on this little big gem The LCD is quite sharp and color accurate ; I don't use it often, only when I have the camera on tripod The EVF refreshes quickly and is a delight to use at night I love the 2 dials config: it allows me to change shooting parameters quickly, especially the aperture and ISO; I find the left wheel near the prism a bit harder to reach when you have your eye to the EVF; both are a ...

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HussainJanjua
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The Olympus OM-D E-M10 16 mega pixel, is entry-level OM-D camera with  built-in Wi-Fi. With  E-M10 offers an impressive level of direct control in a camera.Excellent for Street photographers, students, those who want lots of from a camera.

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framemate
 
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I spent many weeks researching options for a new camera before reaching a conclusion. I feel that I owe some feedback to anyone embarking on a similar journey. There is an overwhelming amount of choice out there right now which is difficult to put in perspective. Ultimately, I opted for the Olympus OM-D EM-10 which I believe to be a great choice for any enthusiast. (particularly those looking to 'downsize' from a DSLR). Technical spec for this camera can be found all over the internet. You ...

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EGenius007
 
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This camera takes mostly great pictures. I get a ton of use out of the WiFi and I'm looking forward to learning to use features like the time lapse, live bulb, live composite, and better utilizing the focus peaking. I personally find the design very functional and exceptionally aesthetically pleasing, with the materials used resulting in a very solid feeling tool. TLDR PROS (1) When you take a picture properly the image captured is very rewarding Happy with this image! OOC JPEG - Olympus 25/1.8, ...

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britepixels
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I bought this camera a week ago, I can only say fantastic. I have owned and used other Olympus Digital products and I was not really impressed. I grew up using Olympus Film SLR's and used them the 60's. The M10 is a winner and brings me back to that happy place for a changeable lens camera. I did my research on the M10 and available lenses and so I bought the body and a separate lens. I am not really a fan of the zoom lens and in the film days cameras came with a prime lens and so that's what ...

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