Olympus PEN E-PM2
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I just purchased a E-PM2 and I activated the SCP. I discovered that Olympus added a new feature in it that wasn't in my E-PM1.In the lower right corner of the SCP there is a box that I can toggle to Fn, HDR, exposure etc. I doesn't seem to control anything. Can anyone explain what this is for?
Is there a catch when a dealer is selling cameras for a lot less than other stores? I found the E-PM2 camera for $299 on Amazon - 3rd party (not sold as Amazon). The same camera (including red) is listed as $399 other places (incl B&H, Adorama). I also found a few other cameras a lot cheaper on this website - including some Canon p&s cameras ($200 camera $60 cheaper). They do not have much stock - just a smattering here and there of different brands. One is listed as (only 1 left). However,...
Hello, I'm a beginner, and until now I only used simple point and shoot cameras. I do love to take pictures, and I decided it's time to step up to a better camera. I use the camera at home and outside, and use it for people including my 1.5 years old daughter. I'm looking for a camera that will give me good image quality, and also nice effects like shallow depth of field. I won't be able to buy more lenses in the near future, so I'll use the kit lens. I almost decided to buy the Olympus...
Hello. I consider buying my first CSC, and I thought about the PEN E-PM2. I understand that it is harder to achieve shallow depth of field with the 4/3 than with the APS-C. I also read that this can be solved by buying lens with higher aperture, but I can't afford myself right now buying more lens besides the kit lens supplied with the camera. My question is whether I can achieve nice shallow depth of field with the kit lens, or maybe I should go for a camera with an APS-C sensor?
Hello, I would like to buy an olympus pen e-pm2. I never had a SDLR or CSC, and I thought that might be a good option to start with. I liked what I read about this camera, except that in your studio shot comparison it's colors looked a bit too strong (mainly the red) in comparisson to other cameras. I would like to know why does it happen, and whether I can change it easily and constantly, assuming I'll use the auto-mode quite often (as a beginner). Another option I considered was the canon...
Hi I was wondering if any one can help. I bought the E-PM2 and when i started taking photos notice that the colour was quite different to my E-PM1. Then I downloaded photos and notice that they looked nothing like the images in the camera display! I took some photos on holiday which i was well pleased with (mainly in JPEG as I'm lazy) and then I downloaded them and they look dull and flat compared to on the camera. I've been using the natural setting but find I can't rely on the display.. Thanks