Olympus OM-D E-M10
Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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After much debate about lens upgrades I recently purchased a new, grey-market, 12-40 pro for my EM10 mk2. However when I took it out for some shots at night (low light photography being one of the reasons to get and take the 12-40 over the 14-42 EZ) I discovered I was getting some pretty bad flare from both natural light sources (fire) and artificial lighting. The lens otherwise seems fine, it's sharp, and it focuses ok (although not as well as I expected, but it was dark, so I'm putting it...
By: vidrazor (2 days ago)
Hi folks, does anyone know if it's possible to turn off the monitor and/or EVF while using the intervalometer on the Olympus E-M10 Mk II? I would like to try this camera out for some astrophotography, but the tests I've performed leaves the monitor continuously on. Even though it "blacks out", I can still see that the illuminator is still on. Needless to say, this is a huge drain on the battery and greatly limits the amount of time you can shoot. It will also generate lots of heat which will...
By: Mr_D (6 days ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I've been using digital camera's since they first came out starting with a Ricoh, then a 2Meg Nikon, Canon G2, G3, S95, S120, A640 and many others. I need a travel camera for personal use with *16meg+ resolution* external controls * small as possible* decent low light performance* At least a little zoom with it. f2.8 or better would be nice but f2.0 with a zoom only seems to come on small format cameras. After much research I settled on Micro 4/3" or APS-C size sensor due to so much...
By: patrickpilon (1 week ago)
(Canadian, which is about forty bucks, US) Seriously, I've started making short videos of local artists on my Samsung S7, but am looking for more memory, more autonomy, better sound, and better image. My budget is about 1500 bucks ;If I find what I needfor less, great ! I do not want a camcorder, because I'm an outdoor guy, and I want something small, and with some weather-resistance. I just can't picture myself, fly fishing, with a camcorder . I read DPreview's reccomandations for best...
Hi friends,I have an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II camera and i want to buy a prime lensI do not know which one to buy as focal length 20,25,30 mm.I want to use it for street photography, city, landscapes and occasional portraits.I really can not decide. Can you give me some tips? Best Rgards, Nicolae Dan
Hallo, right now i have the gear in signature, but i mostly shoot outside for fun on the D7500 (evenings in town and hiking mainly). Somtimes the bulk of the D7500 (even with the 35mm) is annoying though. I was considering a e-m10 (haven't decided if mark 2 or 3) with the pancake lens, and if i like the system i might get a 20mm f1.7 from Panasonic later. As many others of course i'm intrested in the portability (from what i understand a e-m10 with pancake fits a jacket or cargo pants...
By: Stergios77 (3 weeks ago)
Hi i own a omd e-m10 ii (i ll buy after few months an E-m1 ii). I use the 12-40 f2.8 lens. i want to buy a portrait lens and i concluded to the sigma art 50 1.4 I find it great. I know that there is the olympus 45 1.2 but i prefer the sigma. Do you know a trusty way to adapt the sigma lens to my olympus body? I d prefer a nikon or sony mount for the sigma. (i plan to buy later a full frame camera so i d like to use this lens in both cameras) is there any good adaptor from mft to sony...
I just was messing around with this, not even to transfer files, but just to use my phone as a remote and it was unbelievably glitchy! The app would freeze up on my phone either before I even got it running or after I only snapped a few shots with it. I restarted my phone, stopped and then restarted the app, etc and nothing really made it any more reliable. I might assume that the issue is with my phone, but I have a newer LG phone that seems to be very reliable otherwise... Is there way to...
I've finally managed to organise a brief trip to Siem Reap (Angkor Wat), early next month. Just wondering which lens you would recommend bringing along? My current favorite travel combo is a E-M1 Mk. II + 12-100 f/4. I can get pretty much everything with it, although it is a little on the heavy side. Should I go with my other body, an E-M10 Mk. II instead? With the 14-150mm? Obviously IQ won't be as good. I guess I am wondering how much walking around I can expect to do - worth shaving...
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