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September 15, 2011

Greek BABA

I love this camera

Camera is truly amazing Easy to navigate, feels very much like my beloved E1, great in low light, works flawlessly with any oly lenses, weight and size perfect for a pro camera, raw and jpeg output needs very little tweaking, filters are Great!, off camera flash works great for portrait photography, view finder menus are very easy to use and very functional. And with the amazing oly lenses the E5 produces pictures that you will cherish for years to come. I love this camera

September 12, 2011

Dblue40

Great camera body

I upgraded my 420 to an E-5 and wish I would have dobne it earlier. This body is great, it pairs wonderfully with my Zuiko lenses. The AF is super quick even in low light conditions.

August 29, 2011

Anonymous

The Best Available Zuiko Lens Attachment

As a very experienced photographer I chose a system not a camera. There are better bodies available, but when you add Zuiko SWD lenses to the equation Olympus was my choice.

August 14, 2011

panama

Olympus did Not disapoint me.

Outstanding camera. I am self made professional photographer. I "grew up" with OM - 1 and added OM - 2 and OM - 4. I expect quality built cameras and high reliability. It was reading the reviews on these pages that helped me to decide to buy E - 5
body and ED 12 - 60 mm SWD lens. To say I am not disaponted would be understatement. Very hapy how the camera performs. True to life colors and razor sharp images. This is very important to me. Great camera, Olympus.

August 11, 2011

Ciao89

Excellent results with this camera

I upgraded from my E3 to the E5. It is a wonderful camera. The pictures are coming out tack sharp.

July 11, 2011

jdventer

Very Satisfied with Olympus E-5

I've been shooting with the E-5 since Jan 2011 and have been very pleased with the image quality. I'm frequently surprised at the amount of cropping (enlargement) that can be done while maintaining clear images. I've also been impressed with the quality of photos when using higher ISO. Now I'm the limiting factor not the equipment.

May 27, 2011

Bluesuit

E5 versus the Evolt500

I was committed to Olympus when I bought the Ev500 in 2006.The E5's autofocus is what attracted me.In low light conditions the Ev500 had trouble with focusing to the point I carried a portable light source for it to lock onto. The image stabilisation is a wonder as I am not as steady as I once was when shooting photos on the fly.My 1-2.8 to 3.5, 14 to 54mm lens that I bought separately from the Ev500 package is perfect with the camera. Also the battery well every good photographer carries backup batteries. But I went through 600 photos at a recent wedding on one charge.The Art Filters allow me to make a good subject with a bad backgound into a great photo that in the past I would have deleted. IB is big step uo over Master 2.

May 21, 2011

SeattleSnapper

Huge improvements ...

Working with the E-5 over the past few months has me loving the upgrades from my E-510.

The bright, clear articulated LCD allows for camera positions otherwise difficult or impossible. It's extra size is a big improvement.

Combined with the Zuiko High and Super-High Grade lenses, the 12MP sensor captures clear, well-balanced images. Highlights seem better controlled with the E-5 and the in-body stabilization is one of my favorite features, as I tend to have a shaky hand.

Olympus color is spot-on. The built-in white balance sensor reduces the need for WB adjustments except in certain circumstances. This makes stime-to-shoot faster and easier.

Movies are solid in 720p, but not the main strength of this DSLR compared to other options on the market.

Battery life seems very good.
Controls and menus are well-placed and easy to navigate once I became familiar with them.

The camera is larger and heavier than the E-510; expected, and actually easier for me as it fits my hand better. The dust and splash sealing keeps me shooting even when conditions deteriorate.

This is a workhorse of a camera for someone that appreciates Olympus lenses, color rendering, and build quality.

May 17, 2011

Guy

Olympus E-5 is an excellent camera!

The E-5 definitely has hit the mark, and finally offers significant improvements that place it in the top tier of cameras, taking full advantage of the best Olympus lenses. I particularly appreciate the low-light performance and the incredible synch speeds, as well as the ergonomic controls and intelligent design. I love having the primary controls at my fingertips and not buried in deep menus. I have been shooting theater and sports and, even in murky conditions, I have been able to create images that are saturated and low-noise.

April 26, 2011

OlympusGal5

Professional Results and has Rugged Durability

I am enjoying my E-5... the color and clarity of the photos is amazing. Two pluses are the in-camera stabilazation and the larger screen. The 4/3rds format also appeals to me. Coupled with my SWD lenses my shots can be taken rapidly and are tack sharp...perfect for nature photography. I have always liked the colors my Olympus camera produces and have owned several Olympus cameras... camedia, E-510, E-3 and now the E-5. My only wish would be a greater selection of long lenses at affordable prices. I do love my E-5!

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