January 5, 2018 by KD
Good Value
Best value in the OM-D line up. The built in features like IBIS, Focus Bracket and Live Composite are very unique and useful.
December 13, 2017 by PaulieT
I love this camera!
I have been shooting photographs for over 40 years and my collection of gear was literally weighing me down. Once I held the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II in my hands I knew this was the camera I needed. I purchased my Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Last November and since then I have not put it down. Okay, I do put it away when I go to sleep. Although the E-M10 Mark II is advertised as the entry level model of the OM-D series, it's a distinctly mid-level camera. I am far from being a pro-photographer, but this camera gives me pro-results. The abundance of controls make it a camera with plenty of room to grow with my abilities. The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II is an excellent value for the money. It has professional-grade ergonomics and incredibly good image quality. I love this camera!
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December 6, 2017 by DB
Great Enthusiast's Camera
I love this camera and it's features. The retro look is awesome. I'm just a photography enthusiast and I decided to go for mirrorless instead of a traditional DSLR. Then after a few days online search I chose EM-10 Mark II and bought it. It's been 3 months now and I still love it.
November 29, 2017 by Richard
Lightweight and Capable!
I have had the OM-D E-M10 Mark II only a short while so this review may best be considered a series of first impressions. I wanted a camera that was capable but light and the OM-D E-M10 Mark II more than fulfills this requirement. I have the 14-42 EZ lens, which retracts when not in use. The 40-150 zoom lens is sharp but incredibly light. Contrary to some reviews, I have not found the menu system to be complex. That said, this camera has a myriad a features and learning them all takes time. The image quality is excellent with pictures tending toward the warmer side, especially when compared to my Sony. The only other thing I have found is that the iAuto setting locks in the iEnhance picture mode and a setting called Keep Warm Colors. The combination of these two, especially in low light settings, such as a room at night lit by incandescent light, causes photos to be over saturated and gives them a distinct orange cast. This can be solved easily, however, by changing the Keep Warm Colors setting to Off (works in all other modes but iAuto) and moving to the Program mode on the dial, which by default, uses the Natural Picture mode (3). Overall, I am very pleased with the camera and look forward to leveraging all of its capabilities. It is marketed as a beginner camera but possesses features not found on cameras costing many times more.
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November 29, 2017 by DARRELL
Travel camera.
Have owned Olympus cameras before and have never been disappointed with the performance and image quality. I like the style and features on this one and has not disappointed me. It is slightly smaller than the other Olympus cameras I own but it’s not that much of an issue for me not to use it. For me this makes a great travel camera without all the bulk you find in larger DSLRs.
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