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June 29, 2012

Mightyhorse

A truly excellent camera

The OM-D E-M5 is a wonderful camera that packs pro features and performance in an incredibly compact size. Every feature I want in a digital camera is here and laid out in a very user friendly way. The inclusion of an excellent EVF makes this a real stand out among its competition.

The 4/3 system continues to grow and a large number of lenses from excellent makers are coming to market not to mention compatibility with untold number of legacy lenses. The high ISO technology has advanced to the point where this sensor size is not a liability in low light conditions.

June 27, 2012

EJV

Outstanding Image Quality

The OM-D E-M5 is the best digital camera I have used. The jpegs right out of the camera are outstanding. Color rendition is vibrant and autofocus is the best yet.

I have been using the camera indoors with the 12-50mm lens. I have gotten great pictures without flash and excellent auto focus performance.

The OM-D E-M5 is everything I expected it to be. I can't wait for Olympus to offer a fast 25MM prime.

June 27, 2012

Anonymous

Osprey47

This camera sets a whole new standard for Olympus and the mirror-less camera world. I previously owned the Olympus E-510 and E-Pl1 cameras. The OM-D E-M5 blows these cameras away with its quality and technological advances. The sensor provides great image quality. The new IBIS is amazing and I really like the way it works with manual focus legacy lenses. Auto-focusing on the new micro 4/3 lenses is very fast and accurate. Camera ergonomics are a personal thing, but I really like the way the camera feels and how easy it is to use. The buzz about this camera is not hype. It is based on reality.

June 27, 2012

minnie

lots of features in a small package

I was looking for a combination travel camera and quality family snapshot camera for times when my DSLR and big lenses were too bulky. I find that I'm getting a better dynamic range than I get with the DSLR, can shoot in very low light and at surprisingly slow shutter speeds. It is startling to handhold the camera at a shutter speed slow enough to blur moving water and still get a clear shot. It is not as good as a DSLR at tracking or stopping motion (active children and animals) but its other gifts and graces make up for that. i only wish there were an easier way to bracket than digging around in those menus. Very pleased with this camera.

June 26, 2012

Leo

very nice camera, small but powerful. lot's of things to be learn and explore

June 25, 2012

Soccer shots

Soccer shots

Great camera. Possibly best Olympus digital interchangeable lens camera. Manual is quite poor and needs to be rewritten.

June 24, 2012

Dean D

Feature rich small camera

Bought this camera because of some of the reviews I have read. All were true, great picture quality, fast autufocus with m4/3 lens. with the 17mm lens I can even but this camera in my baggy short pockets.
EVF built in is bright and great to use. very low noise up to iso 3200.
This camera has all need, this is a keeper.

June 23, 2012

allenb

Size and performance is excellent

Long time E-3 owner with a bevy of 4/3 lenses. Intrigued by the size and love the styling. The low light improvements coupled with the expanded dynamic range and the class-leading IBIS with 16megapixels is really stunning.

Negatives? No lens hood for the lens, bracket does not go to +/- 2EV and the manual is not very good.

June 19, 2012

Bruce G

Versatile, compact, high quality photos

Easy to use. Much lighter in weight than my prior DSLR with NO loss of photo quality. I'm just getting started with the camera, but I already know that I'll love it. Love the flexiblity and customization options. Happy to be back in the Olympus family (used to have an OM-10 and OM-2S).

June 16, 2012

Gordo

I thought I was just getting a travel camera

As a long time DSLR user, I was looking for a camera to take on trips, not an every day one. However, my E-M5 has essentially replaced my DSLR. Once I got over showing my buddies the "toy" I had acquired and really got into it, I realized it did everything I wanted from a camera and then some. HDR set up is easy, the dials and button configuration is a snap, and the images are fine.
A caveat should be noted, namely this is a new body and some accessories are not available yet. For example, there are no extra batteries to be found at this time,Really Right Stuff has not shiped base plates for my tripod have not come in, etc.

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