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Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Interchangeable Lens Camera with 3.0-Inch Tilting OLED Touchscreen and 14-42mm Lens (Black)

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The High Resolution 1.4million dot EVF, with a 120 fps refresh rate, is a 100% accurate high eye point electronic viewfinder 16 megapixel live-mos sensor and truepic vi image processor World's fastest autofocus In-body image stabilization 3" 610,000 dot tilt/touch oled

A new era in Micro Four Thirds technology is about to begin. The new, revolutionary mirrorless camera, the OM-D E-M5, has an exceptionally light and compact body. Its Electronic View Finder enables photographers to check exposure levels, white balance and preview Art Filter effects in real-time. more »

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 5.0    "Love this camera! I'm an amateur when it comes to cameras and photos. But this camera has exceeded my expectations! Can't wait to play with it more!! ..." Courtesy by Amazon
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 5.0    "It's small and packs a punch like a DSLR. I switched over from a DSLR to this to downsize and lighten my loads, but I found myself shooting more and having more fun with this camera than I would have expected. It's a lot of fun and you never really have to think to hard about whether or not you should take your camera with you or not(unlike my old Pentax K-5, which was already a fairly sma ..." Courtesy by Amazon
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 5.0    "Excellent. I was happy with the quality and usefulness of my item. ..." Courtesy by Amazon
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0 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 1 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 5.0    "Pros: Excellent image quality--in the same class as APS-C DSLRs; very responsive; sturdy build; excellent two-dial control system; weather-sealed; great lens lineup; superb in-body image stabilization. Cons: Mushy buttons; poorly worded menus; oversensitive evf/lcd eye sensor; built-in grip not very grippy. Summary: This is by far the most enjoyable digital camera I've ever had--and I've had many, going back to the first Canon PowerShot in the late nineties. It's a beautiful piece of technology: from the superb build to the excellent images to the responsive, intuitive controls, th ..." Courtesy by Cnet
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5 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 5 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 5.0    "Pros: -size -image quality -speed of AF and operations in general -fantastic build quality, splash and dust proof -The operation with two dials is intuitive. -Good value. Cons: - The menu system is not very intuitive. I've owned the Olympus E-PL1 also and Olympus hasn't really put much effort into this. Summary: There is a reason this camera is such a big hit - it is a fantastic camera. Pros in more detail: -size: much smaller than even the smallest canon/nikon DSLRs. Don't underestimate the importance of smaller size; I carry the camera more often and take more photos simply becau ..." Courtesy by Cnet
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5 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 5 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 5.0    "Pros: Superb imagery, excellent build quality, stunning viewfinder, great controls, comprehensive menus, wonderful range of lenses, fast focusing, low size and weight, fantastic image stabilisation and an extremely satisfying 'clunk' of the shutter. Cons: Some of the default menu settings are a bit odd, though easily changed, wish the zoom ring could be locked into manual as it's too easily moved into electric assistance which isn't ideal for stills. Summary: I'm a big Canon DSLR user and their L series lenses, I also have the Fuji X100. The Olympus OM-D excels as being my ..." Courtesy by Cnet
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5 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 5 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 5.0    "Pros: Size. Weight. Build. Features. Appearance. Weather sealed. Flexibility. Customizability. Adapters. Fantastic pictures. Small with great viewfinder. Art filters. Good software. Solid construction. Included flash. Cons: no built in flash. Complex if you want to do more than just use Auto. Summary: 57 year old enthusiast. Have owned a massive 6 lb SLR with a 35-105 Zoom that was so heavy it took the fun out of photography. Moved to 35mm point and shoots and loved it. Got into digital with the original Sony Mavica (media was small 1.4mb floppies - good for 20 pics!). Since then i've had ..." Courtesy by Cnet
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5 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 5 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 5.0    "Pros: The image quality is awesome even compared to dslr's. When compared to the t3i rebel it is equal in some and better in others. It really is a do all camera with exceptional image quality. Check out some samples at the photolisticlife website. Cons: Not a lot of information out there about this camera because it is so new. Usually there is a companion book that is helpful for those looking to get the most out of their camera. Summary: If your looking for a great camera to replace your older large dslr then don't hesitate. This is the future of camera's (mirror-less). There are ..." Courtesy by Cnet
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 4.0    "Mirrorless cameras are one of those things that manufacturers want us to like but never quite seems to take off. To describe the difference is DSLR cameras use a mirror through a prism to see the image; said mirror needs to be swung out of the way to take a picture. Mirrorless uses the sensor to send an image up to either the LCD or an EVF (electronic viewfinder). The advantages are a smaller and ..." Courtesy by Amazon
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2 users liked the review and gave their verdict that this review was intuitive enough to select or buy the Cameras [ Point & Shoot ] out of 2 users. Review fetched on October 22, 2014 by Best Gadgets.

 1.0    "This camera is the absolute worst camera I have ever purchased...including some that were significantly cheaper. It rarely focuses and its battery life, including from the very beginning has been marginal. A local camera store highly recommended it but I purchased from Amazon as they did not have it in stock. I have tried new charger, battery and different lens. The goal was to get something more ..." Courtesy by Amazon
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Specification
Available No
Binding Electronics
Brand Olympus
Color Black
Creator OLYMPUS
EAN 0050332182820
IsAutographed 0
IsEligibleForTradeIn 1
IsMemorabilia 0
Label Olympus
LegalDisclaimer Shipping within the continental US ONLY. Must be at least 18 &over to purchase
Manufacturer Olympus
Model V204041BU000
MPN V204041BU000
PackageQuantity 1
PartNumber V204041BU000
ProductGroup Photography
ProductTypeName CAMERA_DIGITAL
ProductTypeSubcategory point-and-shoot
Publisher Olympus
ReleaseDate 2012-06-15
Size 14-42mm Lens
Studio Olympus
Title Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Mirrorless Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch Tilting OLED Touchscreen and 14-42mm Lens (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
UPC 050332182820

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