October 26, 2015 by Robert
Pros and Cons
Pros: lightweight and great for hiking and outdoor activity. Quality build is evident and is user friendly with control interface. Quick and easy lens changeover. Cons: small sensor with some chromatic aberration depending on lens. sometime too much noise and pixel drop out but again that is a function of the sensor type. LCD screen is useless in bright sun and camera really needs an optional viewfinder accessory. The VF-4 electronic viewfinder is almost as expensive as the camera body itself and non-electronic VF-1 does not work well with the 50-150mm telephoto lens.
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August 21, 2015 by Bill
Great Camera
Small camera with the versatility of a DSLR. Small, compact and great pictures. I use it as an underwater video camera and both video and still on land. Never had a problem. I shoot 720p to get good motion video and 60fps. I compared this camera to similar ones. It was not too difficult to pick this one since I trust the Olympus brand and their lenses.
March 29, 2014 by Gregory
Good camera, BUT
Had this cameras for two years. Takes good to great pictures. Recently been using it for mostly indoor pictures. Unfortunately the battery compartment door fell off recently. Close examination shows that part of the hinge is broken off. I can still secure it OK if I'm carefull and door's locking mechanism will hold it in place. It's a hassle every time I need to change out the SD card and/or battery.
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February 1, 2014 by Tammy
Overall a Great Camera
Pros: light weight, small (fits in purse), great crisp photos, nice looking camera, nice pop up flash, nice camera strap, easy to use and learn, and it's very quick to regenerate... Cons: NO DATE STAMP (from camera) on photos (only through their software which is definitely a pain and very time consuming); also the case it came with is almost useless since it only fits the camera itself (with no lenses or flash attached)...
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January 24, 2014 by ARNAB
The one month old Camera shuts itself off after each shot
This was my jump from Leica V-Lux1 to mirrorless world with E-PM1.The experience is not so happy, The almost new camera with less that 200 actuations have come up with a very interesting problem, it shuts itself off after every shot, and this problem is intermittent, sometimes clicking the shutter for several times seems to cure the issue, but it again comes up.I am deeply disappointed by this issue.Imagine the camera getting shut down while taking a shot of a bird, the first one is not focused properly and then the bird flys away.Expected much better product from such a reputed company. Seems like i am back to my 7 yr old V-Lux1
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