Olympus OM-D E-M5 II – A Roundup of Previews & First Impressions


On Thursday, Olympus announced its long-rumored successor to the OM-D E-M5 micro-four thirds mirrorless camera, the Mark II version. The new camera offers several small improvements and even better in-body image stabilization than its predecessor. The body is redesigned and adopted several pro features from the flagship E-M1 model. Headline news was the addition of a sensor-shift function that allows the 16-megapixel sensor to produce 40-megapixel images of static objects.

Several sites had access to early models and published their initial reviews, previews or first impressions of this camera. What follows is a roundup of those impressions.

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