What ePhotozine, Engadget and ThePhoBlographer say of E-M5II


The O-MD E-M5 Mark II has given its first look a couple of weeks ago and now it had to pass through some tough reviewers eyes,  they tested all the best features inside the camera…. take a look at the reviews given by the reviewers of ePhotozine, Engadget and ThePhoBlographer took the review of Olympus E-M5 Mark II and given their all outcomes. Let’s see what they have seen in the camera.

ePhotozine writes:

The O-MD E-M5 Mark II is, without doubt, a worthy successor to the E-M5, and surpasses all of my expectations, providing excellent image quality in a well-built and stylish compact system camera. All that’s left is for me is to pull my bank card out of my wallet so I can buy it, once I’ve decided whether to go for the black or the silver version! Something that hasn’t happened since the original E-M5, some three years ago…

Engadget writes:

Olympus has made it clear that the E-M5 Mark II isn’t meant to replace its flagship E-M1 camera, but rather act as an entryway to its Micro Four Thirds platform. With that reasoning in mind, I have no doubt the E-M5 Mark II is worth buying; I’m just not sure why anyone wouldn’t spend the extra $300 for the even better overall package that is the E-M1.

ThePhoBlographer writes:

The Olympus OMD EM5 Mk II is a wonderful camera. It deserves all the praises and wonderful awards that you can possibly give it. Wifi, great image quality, a high resolution image mode to add to the future proofing, crazy fast AF, great lenses, a nice feel, weather sealing, focus peaking that works well, what more could a photographer seriously ask for?

The attached video below will show how DPreview took the interview of  Olympus Product Manager Richard Pelkowski.


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