Olympus previously unveiled its Air A01 camera but only for Japan. This month, US customers will be able to get their hands on the Air A01, which is designed for smartphones with a Micro Four Thirds sensor that accepts lenses from the MFT system. [Read more…]
Olympus has announced the OM-D E-M5 Mark II Limited Edition with a titanium finish and is bundled with a matching leather shoulder strap and a serialized owner’s card, which also has its own dedicated leather case. The camera is otherwise technically the same camera has the original OM-D E-M5 Mark II, which features a 5-axis image stabilization system, built-in WiFi and a massive 40MP high-resolution shot mode. [Read more…]
What exactly is the image sensor doing when the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II is shooting in less-than-stable situations?
That’s the question answered by YouTube user Fredrik Gløckner in the above video. He mounted a Panasonic GH4 right in front of the E-M5 Mark II’s lens mount and shook it around a bit. It was surprising to me just how much movement occurs as the E-M5 Mark II shifts its sensor in attempt to stabilize.
Digital Rev has posted its latest video review with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II with Kai at the helm again. While he’s not a fan of the retro styling, he seems to think the E-M5 Mark II is a solid Micro Four Thirds camera.
Last week, we showcased an image stabilization comparison between the E-M5 Mark II and the Panasonic GH4, in which the E-M5 Mark II again performed very well.
It looks like the E-M5 Mark II is shaping up to be quite the versatile camera.
Mastering the Olympus OM-D E-M1 is a new book from photographer and full-time author Darrell Young, who has written many similar books for various cameras over the years.
“Darrell Young’s Mastering the Olympus OM-D E-M1 explores the features and capabilities of Olympus’ newest camera in a way that far surpasses the user’s manual….
This guide is designed to help readers navigate through the camera’s features with step-by-step setting adjustments; color illustrations; and detailed how, when, and why explanations for each option. Every button, dial, switch, and menu configuration setting is explored in a user-friendly manner, with suggestions for setup according to various shooting styles.”
Mastering the Olympus OM-D E-M1 retails for $39.95; however, it is currently available for $28.03 on Amazon.com.
Additionally, a Kindle version of the book is available for $17.59 here on Amazon.com.