Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Review

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II: For lovers of art cameras OM-3Ti 1994 is a classic photography. Collectors now have the opportunity to acquire a modern homage to that icon SLR 1994 with titanium parts: the OM-D E-M5 Mark II, which recently won the TIPA award. This new and beautifully designed for E-M5 Mark 2 shall consist of a retro outdoor color titanium remember that chamber from the golden age of the original series Olympus OM, in which the basis for high-end cameras standard established micro Four Thirds Olympus today.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Limited Edition

Besides color titanium, this limited edition also differs from the standard model that includes a special strap OM-D, a card personalized owner with a phrase from the legendary designer of the OM series, Yoshihisa Maitani, and a nice card holder Leather the card. A number between 1 and 7000 consist in the back of the card, it will build only 7,000 of these cameras. The OM-D E-M5 Mark II Limited Edition will hit stores in July 2015 body only format or in a kit with the versatile zoom lens M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-150 mm 1: 4.0-5.6 II. The camera body will be released at a price of € 1199 and the kit with the aim to € 1599.

Although it has been 20 years since the launch of the OM-3Ti, the OM-D E-M5 Mark II Limited Edition has much in common with its successful predecessor and not just the naked eye. Both offer advanced photographers an excellent alternative to much heavier as SLRs. During the 80s and 90s the excellent reputation of the OM series both featuring a weight and a reduced size and including innovations such as reducing wind that deadened the shock to move the mirror or the measuring mechanism in multiple forged points enjoyed both professional users of the OM-4. The E-M5 Mark II continues the tradition with minimum dimensions, a rugged exterior and image stabilization system 5 strongest market * axes. This, as said the jury awards TIPA- makes this camera ideal for lovers make spontaneous photos anywhere ( “an excellent technology that allows the practice of photography in virtually any shooting situation”).

Although the design of the OM-D E-M 5 Mark II Limited Edition goes back to the 80s and 90s, in all other respects it is an example of the best optical technology that can be found today. So said the TIPA jury to name a few of its benefits (regardless of image stabilization five-axis): “A body magnesium alloy resistant to dust, splashes and freezing Live MOS sensor 4/3 16.1 megapixels and a TruePic VII processor makes the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II can offer a wide variety of creative options for the image, not to mention ISO sensitivity up to 25,600. This camera includes an electronic viewfinder 2.36 million dot resolution and a flip LCD touch screen 3 inches and 1.037K points. In addition, the Fast AF is extremely fast and has 81 focus areas, has excellent performance with low lights and with AF tracking, allowing quick AF even with burst shooting of 10 frames per second in full resolution. This camera also has a special option, a “Trigger High Resolution” which allows a resolution equivalent to 40 megapixels by combining 8 shots in a single JPEG image by changing sensor “.