Olympus M10 II is a new camera that has expanded the OM line up with its shiny and much needed 5-AXIS Image Stabilization. However, this is a comparison of two Olympus cameras, Olympus M10 II and Olympus M5 II but when we look at the table (given below) we will find the Olympus M10 II is just a carbon copy of Olympus M5 II except a few minor changes including continuous shooting speed, video and display.
All the major specifications including resolution sensor even the giant 5axis Image stabilization that is traded by both Olympus M10 II as well as Olympus M5 II.
Let we talk more about the specifications which are varying from each other.
Olympus OM-D E-M10 II vs. Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Specification Comparison Table.
Continuous shooting speed- when you want to capture the sporting events – athletes move fast, and with single-frame shooting then the 10fps shooting speed Olympus OM-D E-M5 II will faithfully help you to freeze the desire subjects your sensor focused on. But on the other hand you have a bit less that is 8.5 fps in Olympus M10 II.
Video – The M5 II is Capable of 1080/60p shooting and an All-I, 77Mbps compression option for 30p capture. These include focus peaking, uncompressed HDMI output, a mic input socket and timecode, amongst others. The M10 II, also capable to record full HD but not as good as that of the M5 II.
Display- A 3″ touch-screen LCD monitor integrated into the design of M5 II which can be varied to different angles.
Shots- the only place we could see in the table the M10 II is looking ahead of M5 II by providing 320 shots that is more than that of the M5 II but this isn’t a major difference.
High ISO TEst Between Olympus OM-D E-M10 II vs. Olympus OM-D E-M5 II
Verdicts- I think no need to suggest which is best. Obviously, the M5 II having signature specification.