Olympus OM-D E-M10

Announced Jan 29, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
Dutch John III
 

The Olympus OM-D E-M10 has one real dislike: its name is too long and complicated. It's actually a great allround camera. Out of the camera jpegs are fantastic! With the 14-42 EZ kit lens the camera is so small it fits in every jacket; with the 9 mm lens hood lens the camera is like a real compact. I also own a Canon 5DSR but because of the size I very often take the Olympus with me. Considering the size sensor and considering a modest 16 MP resolution it is incredible to see how good images ...

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User6942094332
 

I own it and use it for a while since they coming out from the market then the shutter door is broken now a day. What I have to do with it? I own a lot of camera and never happen like that before. Then I go around to included check on you tube also. I found the one happen the same like me also. Hope it has a defected on the shutter door for this model on it. Actually I really like this camera the photos coming out is awesome and the style also. But the shutter door is broken. Exactly My one ...

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Oh my, I bought this camera in 2014 for around $500 USD, and it lived with me for three years it was my main camera I no longer use it after it died because of an unfortunate accident, but, let me say that it was worth every single penny. You can find it now very cheap and it's still worth it.

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My MFT journey started with a PL1 in April of 2016. I was happy with that PL1 until early 2017 when I bought a PL3, which had identical image quality but faster auto focus. Then came a P3 with the magnificent touch and shoot screen. Finally a PL6 introduced me to the joys of low light high ISO performance of the 16MP sensor. But a used OMD M10 just blew me away within the first hour of shooting it, and if I could do it all over I'd begin with the OMD M10 instead of winding up with one. Here's ...

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PRCollections

Since purchasing an EM10, I've moved my 17mm 1.8 to that from my EM5II, leaving my 40-150 pro on that. The EM10/17mm combo is small enough to carry in a small case/large coat pocket and is very discreet for street photogrpahy and excellent for family stuff.

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MiguelDpr

One year of memories with my E-M10, the camera has given me the desire to return to the photography (light, fun, gorgeous output color, wifi, great IBIS, superb lenses...). I only miss from my DSLRs a good AF-C. I'm waiting for the next OM-D....

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shinndigg
 

I bought this as a refurbished product 4 months ago. This is definitely the best camera I've used yet. First a little history: I've owned at various times, an Olympus E300, Nikon D50, Panasonic G10, and presently own an Olympus E510, E-PL1, a Panasonic Lumis FZ35 and this OMD EM10 Completely competent, great image files, very malleable. Focus has been snappy, right on target. Metering has been excellent, I generally use center-weighted. With the older cameras, blown highlights were an issue, ...

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jimhuddle
 

This camera gets better all the time. I use regularly and it has inspired my creative side. I now feel the tool In my hands is as capable or more than me. It really has the best features and most flexibility I can get. I enjoy the wireless remote mostly cause I can set up camera on tripod with cameo in backyard then I watch The birds come to my perch and shoot by touching my phone  screen also change aperture and ISO As the light changes. Another great feature I can carry while bike riding ...

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Absolutely amazing camera, I owned this for just over 1 week.  Coming from 2 older PEN series Oly. camera's.  BIG improvement!  Low light, Video, Daylight, Art or Scenes,  or using the flash pictures come out Very clear/Crisp not too sharp or soft.  I have several lenses, so far just using the 14-150mm.  The wifi works great and very useful transferring or sending through text.  High Speed continuous is easy to navigate to turn on and off. coming from other Olympus camera's I haven't had a ...

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BFHunt
 

I've owned the camera for 3 weeks and couldn't be happier with my choice. It may not be the best camera for everyone, but for my needs (all around general purpose shooting, old "reading glass" eyes, film SLR heritage) it's just perfect. I started "serious" photography in the late 1970's when I bought a used Pentax Spotmatic SLR with a couple of lenses. I upgraded to a Canon A-1, which I still have to this day, shortly thereafter. I did my own film developing (color and BW) and printing for a ...

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