Olympus OM-D E-M10 User Reviews

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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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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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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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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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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An update on my previous post on the E-M10: Remarkably versatile with the right lenses, as always. With the Panasonic 14mm F2.5 can be a bit susceptible to metering issues but very high image quality for such a small camera. Very pocketable with any small lens. With Panasonic 20mm F1.7 a delight. The Sigma 60mm F2.8 seems to give it focussing problems, occasionally, but overall OK. The Sigma is a very good lens. Experiments with old glass, Nikon Nikkor and Olympus OM 50mm F1.4s from the 70's ...

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EGenius007
 

This camera takes mostly great pictures. I get a ton of use out of the WiFi and I'm looking forward to learning to use features like the time lapse, live bulb, live composite, and better utilizing the focus peaking. I personally find the design very functional and exceptionally aesthetically pleasing, with the materials used resulting in a very solid feeling tool. TLDR PROS (1) When you take a picture properly the image captured is very rewarding Happy with this image! OOC JPEG - Olympus 25/1.8, ...

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