The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is a mirrorless camera with 4/3 (2.0x) sensor and 16.1 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2015 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 200 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 9 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 550 €;
53 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10
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Pros:all,body, keys, file quality, battery, stabilization x videoo! ...
Cons:nothing, at most the menu but just if you are so lazy that you do not want to dismantle for a moment ... and some little XD keys
Opinion:Between fuji Nikon and Olympus this Oly is the machine that churns out the best files with fantastic colors, totally outperforming the fuji xe2. The sharpness is superior, the contrast superior, the colors are superb and balanced and not desaturated as in fuji. They are ready-to-use files and the optical fleet is also better than fuji with stabilized and even tropicalized optics at more affordable costs. In addition, the optics are smaller and this is the biggest advantage when traveling or when taking photos on the easel too. The machine is water resistant, reliable, the battery lasts twice as long as fuji.
Pros:Body well-built machine and tropicalized size and weight .. excellent optical view of the ability to mount even the panasonic-stabilization of the sensor- are obtained excellent images up to 2000 ISO-Price flea today.
Cons:Dynamic-range ISO unusable over 3200..monitor low-some keys very piccoli- AF-C really ridiculous resolution .. battery life.
Opinion:taken two years ago was my first mirrorless, in some situations I was really happy in other less .. the problem was to use this mirrorless at nightfall .. ISO estate is not really poor compared to my 6D. The RAW pulling out and not very workable especially in the recovery of ombre..lo replaced with Fuji XT-1 I am really better especially in high ISO, where approaches to my 6D .. maybe new Micro4 / 3-f pen mark M1 ii will be better than the first EM-5 but I do not see miracles yet ..
Pros:Semi-professional camera and tropical conditions. ISO resilience, compared to the size of the sensor. RAW files that do not require much PP. Fast AF. Stabilizer in the body
Cons:Function keys poor, the Fn1 is really hard to get to focus peaking or back focus button. Flash not built. Poor battery life.
Opinion:I was skeptical, coming from a good D7000, but I got groped by a used as new with battery grip. The camera is now always close to me, ready to shoot! The thing that most impressed me, is that with the electronic viewfinder before you see exactly how you'll take the photo. To my surprise, I noticed that RAW files are virtually ready for use, can not do what the Nikon, and you can retrieve shadows and details beyond what I would have imagined. The noise seems acceptable, also in consideration of the size of the sensor, and in comparison to the Aps-C to her contemporaneous. I wanted a body with internal stabilizer for use with optical vintage, drop the factor 2x, become medium or long tele: excellent result with time otherwise inuttilizzabili! I found out later that you can easily emulate the Focus Peacking, useful when you do not hurry to shoot with manual focus. The D7000 has a more professional feel, with all the buttons in the right place, menu immediate etc., but this is really a moreccolo jewel, embellished by tilting the display, if you do not have it do not you imagine how convenient. And I want to shoot the video, which I never did before, with the button in handy position, perhaps using one of the funny "Art Filters" rn
Opinion:The lens of this trip was to photograph and publish photos with minimal post-production, and have with me a little weight and size of equipment for a 7-day trip that was primarily for relaxation and fun. Olympus is the ideal brand, first for its mirrorless, lightweight, compact, and equipped with the wonderful "art filter" that allow you to take pictures in various stli, with each of the "art filter" with customizable conrnicetta, nuances and shades', and complete shooting with the cut (4: 3, 16: 9, 2: 3; 1: 1); according to the optics, small and bright, with excellent color rendering and definition. For photos taken I kept getting a raw file, always comfortable, to be preserved as a digital negative, and in some cases I used the art bracketing, ie the simultaneous release of all or part of the "art filter" previously selected. In a very sunny country like Mexico, the EVF (Viewfinder eletttronico) is very useful because with the display is difficult. For night shooting not use tripods, so help me freehandgave both the stabilizer, selezionalbile in 3 modes, both the quality 'on the high sensitivity', where I got to shoot at ISO 6400 with some success; 75 mm f 1.8 by itself a beautiful hand. The tiltable display both upwards and downwards provides a step from various points of view. I do not like the video, but the red button visible even in the dark makes you want to catch some video clips with a 'high quality full hd. The 5-om-d em defended itself well, thanks to its weather sealing, on a fine sandy beach where the wind was very strong, and also with splashing water went quiet. The touch screen is fun even for someone like me, it is not practical being accustomed to the reflex, more 'is accurate and fast. The flash adapter is tiny because the power is drawn from the body of the machine, for the very few times I noticed the precision used in the shows.
Pros:Quality, weight and size, versatility kit available.
Cons:Use menu quite complicated in the case of transactions not repetitive.
Opinion:Firm supporter of micro 4/3 for the pros mentioned above. In about two pounds or so it carries a kit "universal" that puts in a position to perform almost EVERYWHERE qualsisi shot type of excellent quality with a total expenditure under 3000 euro. Excellent tool: if the photos do not "are" depends only on the photographer. That is enough, good click.
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