March 8, 2017 by Paul
EM5 ii Easy to Carry Around
This is my first hand- held camera. The EM5 ii is an easy camera to carry around. It is light and not bulky even with the Olympus 18-150mm zoom attached. The weather-proof feature has came in handy on two occasions - during snowing in Mammoth Mountains and during light rain in a funeral. No need to worry about the weather that much. The pictures generally come out nice.
March 6, 2017 by Gerard S.
Very functional and lightweight Camera with a powerful features and performance
It is an amazing portable camera. It is very lightweight yet very efficient and functional. I love the features and the capabilities that are built in this small machine. I am a technical photographer and I am loving the customized button that I can set it to what I want and how I can set it the way functional to me. To some beginner, it might be frustrating or overwhelming but make sure to make simple and easy. I am so excited to bring it to my trips and concert for it is very discreet and not as obvious like DSLR cameras which are very heavy and tiring to carry.
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February 28, 2017 by Own's 7 Olympus
Best Small SLR
Great Camera very compact, light weigh, but still feel solid! Good Battery Life, Awesome Work camera in research environment. Love the Micro Focus pre-stacking mode, wish it could do in camera final Merge stacking as well! Love the 5-axis Anti-shake!!! Would recommend to everyone
February 27, 2017 by Terry
Great purchase!
Very happy with the EM-5 Mark II camera. I am learning the menus and enjoy trying different things to get familiar with it. There's so much you can do. The pictures are beautiful, battery life is very good, and it's easy to take anywhere you go because of its compact size and weight. I also got the full owners manual and find it very helpful. Really enjoying using this camera.
February 27, 2017 by Ashley
Micro 4/3 Believer
Great camera-- I am so glad we went Micro 4/3 instead of DLSR. The lens selection is great. The underwater accessories are fantastic. All the quality we wanted without the bulk of DLSR. Olympus learning curve easily overcome with the help of google and a few helpful photographers posting advice on settings.
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