e-m10 or e-m5

Started Jul 5, 2014 | Questions thread
newellj Senior Member • Posts: 1,048
Re: EM-5

RaymondR wrote:

you lose more than that by going 5 over 10, the 10 has a more up to date processor and a better AF system.

the real benefits of the 5 are the 5 axis IBIS and the weather sealing (but that only holds full valueif your lenses are weather sealed as well).

I went with the 10 as I decided the better AF and better processor outweighed the 5 axis IBIS -- weather sealing was of no value to me as I don't shoot in conditions where that would matter.

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The processor only matters if you're shooting jogs.

The AF points only help if you use the multi-point AF.

I shoot raw and use single-point AF.  Anyone who does the same will get nothing out of those updates in the E-M10.

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