January 2, 2017 by Jeff
Rugged, compact, powerful
Great, rugged photo machine. I have been using this for over 2 years and don't regret switching to the micro 4/3 system. Great for landscapes!
December 31, 2016 by Nick S.
A Great Replacement For Larger DSLR's
Traded up to this camera after using a APS-C DSLR for many years. I just got tired of lugging around all that weight! For the most part, I have been very happy with the switch. Camera is pretty fast, the lenses are half the size but just as good as their larger friends. I only wish the focus speeds were a bit better, but that was worth the trade off!
December 20, 2016 by Gregan
Olympus Legacy Quality
Having spent some of my adult life using om1's and om1n's and even a trusty om10 (my first slr), I knew I liked the size of that sale camera. I had my foray into digital photography with a wonderful 4/3 camera with a terrific Leica branded lens. The size of the OM-D em-1 was very appealing, and the icing on the cake was the Zuiko Pro lenses designed to be used with it. When I saw the f1.8 8mm fisheye lens, I had to have it, and that clinched the em-1 decision! The 7mm-14mm was also a must-have. Needless to say I'm a big wide-angle photo fan at the moment. 12-40mm was next on the list, and it was time to study this remarkable, and very complex camera. Well that's still a work in progress as there are many custom options and many menus to memorize. This all adds to the allure of these pieces of kit. Much to chew on! Of course a camera is only as good as the lenses put in front of it, and that's where Olympus shines. These new Pro lenses are just quality personified, and being dust/moisture-proof is a big plus. And the f1.8 8mm fisheye that drew me in from the get-go? What a nifty piece of glass. Olympus deserves an award based on that lens alone. I'll have loads of fun with that lens alone with my new camera. Like an old girlfriend, I'll never stop loving my OM-1n, however this em-1 brings the same emotion into the 21st century for me, and for that, Olympus, I am most grateful. Well done.
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December 20, 2016 by Gregan
Top Notch Quality Camera and Lenses.
Having spent most of my adult life using om1's and om1n's and even a trusty om10 (my first slr), I knew I liked the size of that camera. I had my foray into digital photography with a wonderful 4/3 camera with a terrific Leica branded lens. However the size of the OM-D em-1 was very appealing, and the icing on the cake was the Zuiko Pro lenses designed to be used with it. When I saw the f1.8 8mm fisheye lens, I had to have it, and that clinched the em-1 decision! The 7mm-14mm was also a must-have. Needless to say I'm a big wide-angle photo fan. 12-40mm was next on the list, and it was time to study this remarkable, and very complex camera. Well, that's still a work in progress as there are many custom options and many menus to memorize. Much to chew on! Of course a camera is only as good as the lenses put in front of it, and that's where Olympus shines. The quality of the new Pro lenses is palpable, and being dust/moisture-proof is a big plus. And the f1.8 8mm fisheye that drew me in from the get-go? Terrific piece of glass. Olympus deserves an award based on that lens alone. I'll have loads of fun with it. Like an old girlfriend, I'll never stop loving my OM-1n, however this em-1 brings the same emotion into the 21st century for me, and for that, Olympus, I am most grateful. Well done.
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December 17, 2016 by Sylvie
A powerful, high quality camera
After using the E-M10 (which I loved) for 18 months, I switched to the E-M1 because I needed a camera that was splash-proof and freeze-proof. Well, I absolutely adore the E-M1! Even though it’s a bit heavier and bulkier than the E-M10, its size and weight are still very reasonable. The image quality is superb, and it has quite a few nice features (like focus stacking). I am more than satisfied with this camera.
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