August 21, 2015 by Mikela
Amazing camera!
I am an artist that bought this camera to take reference photos. I wanted a weather resistant camera because I do most of my shooting outside in dusty or rainy conditions. The 5 axis stabilization and small size is a real bonus for me too. I bought the 14-150 lens to use as an all around lens and plan to add a prime (or 2) in the future. What is amazing to me is the outstanding quality of the pictures I have taken so far. I have just used the iauto and SCN modes so far and am delighted with the results. The colors and details are perfect for me as an artist. No more wondering what is really going with a reference photo. This camera is so much fun to use that it will be a pleasure for me to learn more about it. As I grow as a photographer, this camera will grow with me.
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August 18, 2015 by Sasidaran
This camera truly amazes me from time to time. I love the focus peaking as it is such a helpful feature to ensure your shots are in focus. Another feature that blows my mind is the 5 axis stabilization. I am able to shoot photos handheld at 2 seconds without any motion (provided your hands aren't shaking). The resolution is there but of course it will not be as great compared to higher end dslrs. If you are a photo enthusiast like myself, I recommend getting this camera. Paired with the Pro Zuiko f2.8 lens, your images will be magnificent!
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August 16, 2015 by David
Surpassed all expectations
A long-time Nikon shooter (with a large collection of lenses), I wanted to give the E-M5 II a try as a possible lighter weight backup to my Nikon system. And now, after shooting with the Olympus for a few weeks I am contemplating selling all of my Nikon kit and moving to m43 full time. Pros of the OM-D E-M5 II: -- Impressive build quality -- Surprisingly usable EVF (moving away from an OVF was a major concern that delayed my trying a mirrorless camera; but after a couple of days with the Olympus that concern was quickly dispelled) -- Excellent and speedy AF with static and slower moving subjects -- Pleasing color rendition -- Tiny but superb quality lenses -- Loads of customizable controls Wishes: -- Ability to save and recall customized settings. I devoted many hours to setting up the camera to my needs, and I live in dread that a future firmware update would wipe everything out and force me to do the whole thing again. -- Ability to assign AF-On to Fn-1 (which I have done), while also assigning AEL to a half press of the shutter button. I don't believe that's possible now. All in all the E-M5 II is a camera that has reinvigorated my excitement about photography. I am already looking ahead to acquiring an eventual E-M1 Mark II to partner with it.
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August 11, 2015 by Thien Tu
happy user
I have been travelling a lot with my nikon D7000, but it started to be heavy in my backpack, plus I carried wide-angle lens. After hours of research, I finally got my hands on the OM-D E-Mark II. What a diffence in size and weigh. It feels good in my hands with the HDL-6, the total weigh is less than my wide-angle lens alone. So far, the pictures are as good as my nikon. There are so many ways tp customize the buttons. The apps to sync the camera with my smartphone is easy to use and works great. I can't wait to use it on my next trip.
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July 23, 2015 by Niala
Great product !
I am new to mirrorless camera. I have spent hours and hours researching cameras over the last few months. I finally decided to buy the OMD EM5 II in black with the Olympus lenses 17mm f1.8 and 14-150mm II (backorder) with lens caps and Olympus pro filters. One of my main priorities in a interchangeable lens camera system was portability & compactness and this camera fills my expectations and needs. I absolutely love the design and build quality. I have been using it paired with the 17mm f1.8 prime lens for the last week and I am very satisfied with the results. I can't wait to try the new 14-150mm II for my next vacation, only one lens on vacation will be great.
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