Olympus OM-D E-M5
Announced Feb 8, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi, I have the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mk II, and I shoot a lot of landscape, and as such I use the histogram constantly for ETTR. Prior to recently, I had never noticed this green bar on my histogram, probably because it never existed before. I don't know if I pushed some buttons or changed a setting, but there's a green bar in my histogram now and I don't know what it's for. I know how to read a histogram, but for now, I'm confused as to the function of the green histogram. If it's supposed to be...
I have the Olympus OMD EM5 with a remote and I'm trying to set the camera up for a 2 hour long exposure. I've tried LIVE BULB and LIVE TIME with the sleep options turned off. Is there something I'm missing in the settings? The longest exposure I can get is 30 minutes. Do I need to have the camera on AC Power? does that mean I have to buy the hand grip too?
I've been reading a few threads asking similarly vague questions lately, and found some of the responses have been quite interesting, so I thought I'd air my query as well. Please skip if you've had enough of such drivel. :) I think my profile lists my current kit, but basically I moved from an E-410 + 14-42, 40-150 and 35 macro to an E-M5 +12-50 almost 3 years ago. Shortly after that, I picked up an E-PM2 with 14-42 and 40-150 kit for $299CDN, which was a no brainer, since I wanted the...
Hi, before I ask this dumb question I just want to state that I have no idea how to use a telescope. Only seen my friend use it and he does not have answer to my question.So my friend have a Celestron Powerseeker 127EQ and I'm planning to use it with my camera (Olympus OM-D E-M5, micro four third mount) to try photographing the moon during the supermoon eclipse and I'm not really sure what kind of accessory should I get in order to mount my camera to the telescope.After a bit of quick...
I bought my E-M5 mark 1 not too long ago and am very happy with it. However, reflecting back, part of the reason was the outstanding studio test picture. It was extremely good - but reflecting on it now, it looks almost suspiciously good. Here's the studio test scene for the E-M5 mark II: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/olympus-om-d-e-m5-ii/8 Then look at the ruler with the lines on the right hand side. The E-M5 seems to resolve these at 31 far better than the E-M5 Mark 2 ! Also noticably...
Strange issue, I've the OMD EM5 & OMD EM5 MarkII and I noticed a significant difference in video mode. On the Mark II image is still cropped, with or without stabilization. Normally without stabilization, we should have the full picture, it is the case on the first EM5! Either I missed something or Olympus should correct that. The image is cropped (because of stabilization) that's normal, but without stabilization, I wish I could obtenit the full potential of my 12-40mm on video mode (no pb...