Olympus OM-D E-M5

Announced Feb 8, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: rogric (2 days ago)
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Just purchased a 14-150mm lenses and decided to check my M5 setup, Setting up the Picture Mode I decided to take a picture  at each setting, when I loaded the files into my PC and printed each picture I could not see any difference an  any of them except the Monotone. Anyone else have the same experience or am I missing a step?
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Hello all dpreviewers! Got a question for y'all regarding lenses and landscapes. So I own an Oly E-M5mk ii and towards the end of this year I'm gonna be taking it to Iceland with me for a few days. I have but two lenses, the 14-150 and the 75-300. Now, I know there is no rule to shooting landscapes and focal lengths, as I've discovered personally, but I have a friend who's been there recently and suggested something quite wide to fit all of that beauty into. I'm aware that my lens is...
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It is Milky Way season, and I will be doing some landscape astrophotography for the rest of the summer.  An important part of this type of photography is the ability to set the shutter speed on your camera, and as I was setting up my E0M5ii this evening, I noticed the same thing I remembered from last summer:  from 15 seconds onward the only options are in five-second intervals until 30 seconds when this changes to 10 second intervals up to 60 seconds.  And this is true in both shutter speed...
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I think I get how the in-camera "overlay "works, but using the "multiple exposure" function has me stumped. I've read effective multiple shots use one underexposed image (close to silhouette?) and the other overexposed "texture" or graphic element ... but Olympus says the camera cannot be reset once the "multiple exposure" is set. Sp taking one of the two shots without resetting the camera for the second shot, doesn't seem to work. What is the best technique for doing this?  --Brian Lawson
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Both cameras are almost identical, will this flash work for the EM10?  I just got the OMD EM10 mark ii, this comes with a pop up flash, my question is, if i purchase the Olympus FL-LM3 Detachable Flash for the OM-D E-M5 Mark II (stock flash that comes with it shown above) will it work on my EM10?
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By: Taj123 (2 months ago)
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What firmware do i need on OMD EM5 Mk1 to have optimum performance with M Zuiko 12-40mm f2.8 PRO lens
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I have a new E-M5 mk II and Young's book "Mastering the OM-D E-M5 Mk II.  He makes reference to Power Zoom lenses, but I can't seem to find which lenses have this feature. I have the 12-40 Pro and 75-300.  Is there a setting in the camera that enables this feature? --Rich G Smith
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Any suggestions about what to use with an Olympus OMD EM5 and Panasonic 100-400 mm lens?  Looking for something that's lightweight, easy to pack and carry, stable, and reasonably priced...or am I dreaming? --Sharkgal
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Been using the minor 4/3 format since my PEN EP3 i finally upgraded to the OMD EM5 MII. Finally i have a camera that is somewhat capable of shooting video. What are some settings you "guys" suggest using.  I am new to shutting video on a SLR / M4/3 format.  In my research i am seeing that some people say use shutter mode and double your frame rate for shutter speed.  Some people say use P mode instead.  I am assuming the closest mode to auto to take video would be P mode something i can just...
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Hi, first of all i'm a proud owner of my first OM-D E-M5 that i buied when they first came out some 4 years ago, and i have in my gears the 14mm f2.5 panasonic leica and the 25mm f1.4 Panasonic Lumix. I did almost always street night and landscape photography, and of them 95% were shoot with the 25mm Panasonic Lumix.Now i want to getting close and explore the budoir/artistic nude photography in my to be soon opened Bed Breakfast (that will have a shabby chic/industrial/classic style) and it's...
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