Olympus OM-D E-M10
Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: corbeja (3 days ago)
Hi all I've owned the Voitglander 25mm lens for a couple of months now. But I am finding it to be really inconsistent in getting correct exposures. I'm shooting with an Olympus OMD E-M10 Mark II. My problem is that I will compose the shot, and focus on my subject. Looking through the viewfinder the shot appears to be perfectly exposed. However, when I actually check the shot on my camera, or on my Mac, the exposure is often way out (like 4-5 stops). It usually tends to over-expose. But it...
Hi, I've just changed from Canon to M43 and I'm using the OMD EM10 Mii with an Lumix 20f1.7 (v1) lens. I half press the shutter, lock focus, recompose and press shutter button fully down. I have one annoying problem. Most of the times when I go from half pressed to fully pressed it refocuses again. I wasn't sure if it was the Lumix 20f1.7 or the OMD EM10 that failed but after asking in another thread I'm leaning towards the body. Are there any way to be sure before sending it back? I don't...
I am thinking of trading in my Sony A57 to get the OMD E-M 10 II. Are there any cheaper long lenses available for this camera? Since it seems as if Sony is trying to do away with the A mount and the cost of there long lenses, I am thinking of making the switch. I am still a noob when it comes to photography so I am not sure what to really expect. I am looking at getting some BIF and a little reach to get nature photos. I currently only have 75-300 with my sony. I could purchase the Minolta...
I considering whether to buy an OMD and which one; it would be my first. Not really able to consider large outlays of cash right now. I am thinking about an E-M5 or perhaps an E-10 (seems hard to find) or an E-M10 II (happens to be on sale right now). Initially I would use it mainly with my 40-150/4.0-5.6 and 25/1.8 lenses. Just to say - I shoot Aperture priority and am accustomed to adjusting ISO, aperture and exposure compensation, sometimes resetting WB. I've always used single point...
By: Ou8 (2 weeks ago)
Posted to: Olympus SLR Talk
I spend too much of my time having to reconnect the Wi-Fi as the signal is mysteriously lost after a while (between 1 and 10 minutes). Reconnecting involves closing the App, going over to settings and re-connecting to the Olympus Wi-Fi and then reloading the App. This gets tiresome. I'm currently running the app on a recently purchased Samsung Tab A. I've run it on an iPhone 5s with similar results. The camera is an E-M1 and the firmware was updated last fall. I recall having similar issues...
Hello. I own an omd-10 olympus camera. After taking some long exposures photos i notice some round dusts fog dusts and a hair dust. using a lens soft cloth i remove the hair and some dust from sensor. After i took a sample photo using a method (that i read in internet) so i can examine better my sensor. And still there is some round fogs dusts around the sensor. I already order a wet wipes for cleaning the sensor but as i searching in internet i read that is risky to clean the omd sensor...
I know Sync IS will not work on the em10 and the 12-100, but I'm wondering whether the lens IS by itself would be more effective than the 3-axis IBIS by itself. Or can both be active and provide some additional benefit over just using one? Any experiences with this lens and a non-Sync IS body are welcome!
By: EnriqueFreire (3 weeks ago)
Hi, I am considering to buy the Mitakon Zhongyi Turbo Lens II + Samyang 85mm f/1.4 for portraits with my Olympus OM-D E-M10 mark II. Has anyone tested this combination (or another similar, focal reducer + Samyang 85mm f/1.4) with an Olympus or Panasonic body? In this case, could you please share your images, experiences and opinions? Thanks in advance. Best Regards --_________________________________Enrique Freirehttp://www.flickr.com/enriquefreirehttp://www.enriquefreire.com
I am currently in the process of trying to choose a camera system. I have pretty much decided on a 4/3 body on the basis that I will be using this camera for a variety of scenarios, and definitely for travel. After speaking with some full-sized camera owners, they confirmed my suspicion that they felt much better with a 'small' camera while traveling. Convenient, light, and not quite as flashy in the "Look, steal me! I'm expensive!" vein. I believe I have narrowed down my choices to the...
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