Olympus OM-D E-M5
Announced Feb 8, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I have a new E-M5 mk II and Young's book "Mastering the OM-D E-M5 Mk II. He makes reference to Power Zoom lenses, but I can't seem to find which lenses have this feature. I have the 12-40 Pro and 75-300. Is there a setting in the camera that enables this feature? --Rich G Smith
Been using the minor 4/3 format since my PEN EP3 i finally upgraded to the OMD EM5 MII. Finally i have a camera that is somewhat capable of shooting video. What are some settings you "guys" suggest using. I am new to shutting video on a SLR / M4/3 format. In my research i am seeing that some people say use shutter mode and double your frame rate for shutter speed. Some people say use P mode instead. I am assuming the closest mode to auto to take video would be P mode something i can just...
Hi, first of all i'm a proud owner of my first OM-D E-M5 that i buied when they first came out some 4 years ago, and i have in my gears the 14mm f2.5 panasonic leica and the 25mm f1.4 Panasonic Lumix. I did almost always street night and landscape photography, and of them 95% were shoot with the 25mm Panasonic Lumix.Now i want to getting close and explore the budoir/artistic nude photography in my to be soon opened Bed Breakfast (that will have a shabby chic/industrial/classic style) and it's...
This has me flummoxed. I'm trying for shots with a fixed subject and blurred foreground/background motion. No matter how I play around with A/S/M modes I can't find a combination of slow speed and reasonable f/stop on my OM-D E-M5 outdoors that doesn't either burn out the entire image, or, push the aperture up into defraction territory of f/16-22. I even tried the Olympus recommended "iAuto" setting, pushing the slider for motion blur all the way but the camera picked a setting of f/22. Any...