February 16, 2020 by MICHAEL
Great Camera, Good job Olympus with the new Mini M1 Mark II
Just traded up from M10 Mark III to the M5 Mark III. Once I had it in my hands I could feel a better balance of the camera. I first spent the time to go thru the menu to custom the camera to my liking and didn't find it difficult at all. Spent the day walking around taking shots and could immediately tell the improvement on the pixels and viewfinder and the pictures themselves. The quickness of auto focus was evident and the controls easy to find. Came home and uploaded the pics to Olympus Workspace and was AMAZED of the results. Can't wait for this November when I will be in Munich on Vaca with this camera. So glad I got the mini M1 Mark II. Good job Olympus.
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February 14, 2020 by JoAnn
Great camera!!
Moved from heavy Canon equipment to the OMD5-Mark III. Easy to carry and shoot. Learning curve may take some time but will be well worth the time.
January 14, 2020 by Rahul
Outstanding Camera - A baby of EM1 Mark II
It is a fantastic camera and worth to upgrade from my earlier EM10 Mark III. You'll get all the features from the legendary EM1 Mark II into a much smaller and lighter body and yes it is weatherproof. Also, Olympus 5-axis IBIS is leading in the industry. I am very happy with this camera.
December 17, 2019 by Antoine
Almost an EM1 in a classic retro compact body!
So compact, so handy, so classic but still almost an EM1. This is a wonderful camera, weather proof and practical. Impressive what you can do with it... Oh! and that stabilization! WOW!
December 2, 2019 by Richard B
I'm a very happy photographer with the EM5 Mark III
This is just a very preliminary review as I have only had the camera for a few days and have made only some test pictures to ensure it is operating properly (which it is) and that I am comfortable with it. So far so good. Until now I have been using the EM5 Mark II with great results but there were two features on the Mark III that immediately caught my attention a slightly higher resolution sensor and - the in camera battery charging. Although I've not yet had any issues with the Mark IIs smaller sensor I feel the larger sensor will be an advantage if making a very big print especially if substantial cropping might be required. I edit using Photoshop CC and always shoot in the RAW + JEPG mode. But the feature I really like is the in camera battery charging. Not having to carry around the charger with that absurdly long power cord (There are some options to this) is a pleasure. Just a short USB to USB micro charging cord will work - fine. But if you want to transfer your photos directly to a computer, you will probably want to use the included cable since not all third party cables while they will charge, may not support data transfer. Not an issue for me since I normally remove the card and download directly from it into my laptop or desktop. Will it make me a better photographer? That is up to me but at least i have a terrific tool at my disposal. In summary, this is a purchase I'm very happy I made.
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