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The Olympus PEN E-P5 is a mirrorless camera with 4/3 (2.0x) sensor and 16.1 megapixels manufactured from 2013 to 2017 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 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 1009 €;
22 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Opinion:My handyman! Of good construction and excellent handling the small E-P5 follows my wishes as an everyday companion... equipped with VF4 use in full manual with great satisfaction. Stabilization is a not small plus. Still recommended today x who, on a limited budget wants to go out with a great machine around the neck. Super recommended
Pros:Very high level of implementation, effectiveness of stabilization, image quality
Cons:Design limits: there is no viewfinder (but one can be applied to it as an accessory), it does not have electronic shooting, it does not have HDR.
Opinion:An exceptionally built machine. Found new at an affordable price, as is right given the time after the presentation, I was able to extract it from the packaging and admire it calmly that a first contact, a few years ago, had not granted me. I'm just saying this: it feels like you're holding one of those high-class rangefinders that were once designed and built with the care of high craftsmanship. In some machines the technological advancement is combined with the aesthetic impact in such a complete way that you like to go around it and you also seem to photograph us better. Of course the technical contents are well known, they are those of the same Omd e-m1 minus the viewfinder, grip and electronic shutter (and, yes, also hdr, for those who use it); if you consider them outdated you can consider them a "con", but for my way of photographing they are still superior to the usual needs. For everything else it is a shiny metal block, at least in the silver version that I have, with very high performance and minimal footprint. It is not very light because the metal weighs more than plastic and in the pocket of the jacket pulls down a little, but in your hand it balances very well. Stabilization is effective and once the machine is updated to the last firmware, the only photographic defect that was recognized is eliminated, namely the creation of micromosso in some shooting times. What can I say? I may be a bit gerontophile, but I really like it.
Pros:Design, excellent tactile impact to the materials with which the exterior is built, solidity, AF speed, stabilizer, adjustable display, contained dimensions, multiplicity of shutter management (automatic, dual priority, manual), monitor with Touch function, good quality of the images it churns out.
Cons:Lack of digital viewfinder, non-rotatable display (such as the Pana G5), button to open the flash too sensitive, lack of possibility to completely silence the shot.
Opinion:I bought it to replace a compact to use in the mountains and in difficult logistical situations, but when I took it in my hand I believed it. For that purpose I preferred a less beautiful car. I have the black version and I have to say that the design is great. I'm employing it for photos in the city (street, architecture and cityscape). I feel the lack of digital viewfinder when I mount old Optics (OM, Nikon, Zeiss, Helios, etc.), to facilitate the focus. Good quality of files that churns both Jpeg and Raw. The best of the DA Performance with quality optics (see the "Pros"). I am also using it with the Lumix G Vario 14-45 F 3.5-5.6 and I have to say that the results are more than appreciable. I would have liked that there was the possibility of completely silencing the shot, for Photography street and indoors is the optimal. To buy two more-three batteries now to carry; The autonomy is limited especially with the use of the flash. The stabilization system is appreciable. Recommended
Opinion:Taking used as a second body surprised me positively. The E-M1 is just smaller and without a viewfinder (which I almost never use). I paid him very little for what he is worth and is giving me, it's a bargain at the current price of the used. Perfect example of the "philosophy" Olympus. Highly recommended !!!! rn
Pros:Construction, deisgn, operating speed and AF, stabilizer, rotatable display, responsiveness
Opinion:Wide vehicle. taken as a joke, it is now my companion of the road, always. He pushed aside the albeit excellent em5 with a quality and an operating speed fantastic. with 17mm Zuiko is a perfect combo. It is a smaller EM1, no viewfinder, but should not be seen as a limitation, is his philosophy (I own the optional viewfinder but I never use it). the price at which it is now is really a super deal and then is very beautiful, very elegant, very well built with all the pros commands (double ring, mode 1-2, stab 5 axes). Highly recommended.
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