Olympus OM-D E-M10
Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello, hoping you can help me settle on a camera. I am looking to get into the mirrorless camera market and have settled on Olympus due to the lens ecosystem at an affordable price. I travel quite often and enjoy both photographing my trips as well as recording video (for short travel videos). Since I often hike in remote areas, its enjoyable to get some astro shot as well such as the milky wy. In the past, I have used a GoPro and Canon SL1. My goal with the Olympus is to merge the two into a...
Hi,I just bought the OM-D E-M10 ii from B&H on 9/14/2017 and already I'm having second thoughts.Simply, I'm trying to use the camera in tether mode using Olympus Capture. It seems this requires a USB mode that looks like a small screen.The problem is that my camera doesn't have this mode, all I have is Storage, MPT and Print.I did update to firmware v1.2.I also tried emailing Olympus but their website throws out: 500 - internal server error.Has anyone had this problem?Does anyone have a...
Personalizing new OM-D E-M10 Mark II "Function Buttons" and realized UM page 65-66 setup candidates does not match actual camera choices. UM items not on camera - Rec, One Touch WB, AF Stop, Timer, Flash, Lock Touch Panel & Electronic Zoom. Noticed this because I think I'd like "Flash" modes on a Fn button. Also might want "Metering" but surprising don't see this choice? Camera firmware v1.2, related Release Notes make no mention of issue. User Manual dated 2015.04 downloaded from Olympus...
Hi all, I am so glad I found this forum and really hoping someone could help me out with my film camera issue. I have been shooting with film for about a year now, first I bought a Russian Zenith and after having continuous technical issues I decided to switch to Olympus OM-10. I already shot 4-5 film rolls and have been very disappointed with the way pictures come out in the daytime. I am so confused and frustrated as I have been literally shooting one scene with many different setting...
I have always understood that using the lowest ISO possible produces better images with finer detail/resolution, increased dynamic range, and better colors. I use the low (expanded) setting of ISO 100 on my EM10 mkii. Lately, however, I have seen some articles stating that using the low ISO settings are really no better than the native ISO 200 setting. In fact, one article (don't recall where or by whom) said that the dynamic range is actually reduced when using these expanded low ISO...
Many wise men say: If it works, don’t touch it; and I’m a firm believer of this wisdom. However I decided to change one of my Mysets in the E-M10 to use bracket shooting. Had to re-assign one button and now I have a problem. When I reassign the Fn2 button on Myset No. 4, the Fn2 button assignment changes on all 4 Mysets. I checked other buttons and the same thing occurs. The problem doesn’t occur when assigning other functions, only the buttons do not seem to register/remember a new...
After the recent thread on selecting one prime lens I am requesting help from users of Oly M-10 and M-10ii. I would like your input on the following questions: No. 1: Have you experienced any banding in low light or high ISO (>1600) or high contrast scenes? No. 2: Have you made any tests to find banding? No. 3: Do you find the AF to be slower than other similar primes? No. 4: Any comments on poor performance? Your assistance is appreciated because I really want to use a lens at this focal...
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By: Choe (2 weeks ago)
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I am planning on buying my very first mirrorless camera. It will be either Fuji (X-T20, or X-E2S; with 18-55mm) or Olympus (M10 II or M5; with Panasonic 12-60mm). They are all in similar price range. My maximum budget is $1500 CAD. For control and feel-wise I like Fuji better than Olympus. But, when it comes to AF I don't like Fuji much. Hard time taking pictures of my kids indoor unless they are sleeping. Sometimes it hunts for an object to lock on forever. I have tried Olympus E-M10 before...
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