Olympus OM-D E-M1

Announced Sep 10, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Greetings, I was wondering if this lens will work with the Olympus E-M1 Mark II without the need for any special adapters? Also, will the auto-focus work just like with an Olympus lens? Thanks, Ganesh.
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I'm wanting to do some macro work.  Can you combine focus stacking and HDR with the E-M1.2? --Cheers, MarkWouldn't be dead for quids
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I have a 35 year old Tenba that allows me to carry my E-M1 Mk II with the Pany 100-400 lens mounted in toploader fashion plus space for another lens.  I'd like a more up to date case with more pockets.  Most cases I see are way too big (square) for DSLRs and too shallow.  Nobody seems to make a toploader for a mirrorless with the depth I want.  Come on bag makers - start making more bags for mirrorless cameras. --Rich G Smith
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Been looking at the GX85 as competition against the EM1 for a coming purchase. The GX9 is not in the price range im looking at, however it has a grip for $60 that i like more than the $80 option for the GX85. Here is a pic of the grip for the GX9. But then i looked on Amazon and found a GX85 bundle showing what looks to be the exact same grip. The closeup views of the two make them look identical. And DPR have the camera sizes listed showing the GX9 only being 2mm more width on the GX9....
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Of late, when I try  to review photos on the LCD it won’t zoom in. All I get is a reducing green frame indicating how many times it would zoom in if it was working! There may be a setting that’s making it happen, but I think I’ve tried everything. --Every day is a good day! Wumenhttp://www.keithbroadphotography.com/
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I heard it can't use burst modes without turning off IBIS. Is this true? If so this is a deal breaker, that's a big part of what i was looking for, to be able to burst a few shots with E shutter while using IBIS. If anybody happens to know, and if the above is true, does the EM1 also behave that way? I have been bouncing back and forth between the two. --"Step forward and meet a new sunrise, A coward is shivering insideToday I'll be a friend of mine, Who swallows suffering with smileI drew a...
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Very simple inquiry, no need for a massive thread. Im just wondering when it comes to shooting in fairly dim conditions, say a bar in the evening or in my case, evenings in a living room with a lamp or two, is C-AF with PDAF better or worse than S-AF with CDAF?  --"Step forward and meet a new sunrise, A coward is shivering insideToday I'll be a friend of mine, Who swallows suffering with smileI drew a different reality, With unconditional loyaltyEgo hardly can be piqued, 'Cause I'm...
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I have had the camera for approx. 3 years ... have always used PSAM with mostly the "A" setting. Out of idle curiosity I have just turned the Mode Dial to "ART". In this position all I get is "ART 1" showing in the bottom left hand corner of the screen. I cannot find a way to change it to another ART setting i.e. ART 2, ART 3 etc !. I have tried removing the battery ... that does not change it and I am loathe to do a camera reset for fear of losing all my preferred (used but now forgotten...
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Hi, I am a newbie here in retouching forum. Have been using Lightroom but recently bought Capture One Pro and plan to use the software in converting raw files (Olympus E-M1 ii), adjusting colors, exposure, cropping, and doing others except (1) noise reduction (I think Capture One Pro is somewhat weak on this) and (2) sharpening, which will be done by Neat Image. As Neat Image can handle 16bit Tiff, is it a good idea to export from Capture One Pro as 16bit Tiff, which will then be processed by...
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TNX for offering some help. Had so few keepers from a birders' outing with MFT incl. PL400-800. I like much about MFT but BIF seems difficult with Olympus E-M1 Mk I or Panasonic G85. So, once again (as decades ago from Olympus Pen-F to Nikon FM2) …should I go from MFT to DX or even FF ? And in order to set the camera to a minimum shutter of 1/2000 (no IS) and an ISO range to max. 800 (400 preferred) - what are my options? Would any Nikon allow to set above settings? I consider Nikon with or...
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