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Today DXO Mark published the list of best zoom and prime lenses for the astonishing Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera. The Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera features excellent core specification and some online reports also said that the camera can provide camera shake upto 6 stops in certain condition.
To me the Olyumpus E-M1 Mark II camera is the best still Micro Fourthird camera available today, no one can compete the specification of the E-M1 Mk II for now.
The well Know DXO Mark Lab published the list of best lenses available for Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera, just have a look.
Best Prime and Zooms for the Olympus E- M1 Mark II
Best prime lenses available for Olympus E-M1 Mark II
The three best primes:
Best ultra wide zoom lens for Olympus E-M1 Mark II
The three best zoom lenses:
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Ogawa from Olympus said that they will soon announce a special 80th anniversary camera model sometimes this year. However, Mr. Ogawa shared NO details about the type of Olympus mirrorless camera, that will be picked for special edition model, At the end we have a question for our readers, – will you show your interest in paying extra price and buying limited edition model from Olympus…? share your thoughts with us…
Also see – Olympus E-M5 II Camera Announced | Pre-order Olympus OM-D E-M5 II camera at Amazon || B&H Store
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According to the latest rumors surfaced over the web Olympus will soon announce new OMD series camera, the upcoming camera is completely new and it’s not a successor of any present OMD series camera , that includes OMD E-M1, E-M5 and E-M10.
It’s really interesting to hear that Olympus is working on a completely new OMD series camera, there is a very good possibility that the upcoming OMD camera will be Hybrid Camera just like Samsung NX1 Mirrorless (see NX1 at Amazon) by having 4K recording option and a Phase AF sensor…. these features will make upcoming OMD series camera a prefect competitor for recently announced Samsung NX1 camera, Canon 7D Mark II camera or Panasonic GH4.
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With the announcement of E-M10 camera Olympus also announced three new lenses the
- Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8
- Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ
- Olympus 9mm F8 Fish-Eye Body Cap Lens
The m.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8 is newest addition to prime lenses series and comes with Movie & Stills Compatible AF System, the cost is also bit affordable ($399 at B&H) ,
the other one is Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ Lens , it features a very ultra compact design, made with three aspherical elements, extra-low dispersion element and super high refractive index element – all these elements help it to make a perfect retractable zoom lens for E-M10 camera – Price $349 available at B&H store.
The last one is a lens cap with a 9mm lens, the 9mm lens features constant F8 aperture and composed of Two Aspherical Elements to deliver usable results – Price $99 available at B&H
According to latest rumors Entry Level Olympus OMD coming with same E-M1 sensor in January 2013, the E-M5 replacement is expected to arrive on Photokina 2014.
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Olympus E-M1 first HIGH ISO test surfaced over the web, both the camera out-put set at JPG, NR OFF.
Image credit Ming Thein
UPDATE: Its a JPG comparison only (not RAW), but based on the image samples we can clearly see the color tones of both the camera are different, the E-M1 preserving bit more details compared to E-M5. But we Don’t see any significant improvement in E-M1 compared to E-M5 during High ISO test.
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Take a look at the High ISO test between these two flagship M4/3 format camera, Panasonic GX7 is a DSLM street camera that features 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds Digital Live MOS sensor combined with Venus Engine image processor on the other hand Olympus E-M5 uses a 16.1 megapixel High-Speed Live MOS Sensor.
Take a look at the Image Comparison Below, at ISO 200 the GX7 images look slightly smoother compared to Olympus E-m5, may be due strong Noise reduction filter inside.
At ISO6400 we don’t see any Major difference between these two camera, Olympus E-M5 showing bit more noise compared to GX7.
At 25600 the Olympus E-M5 image showing significant amount of noise compared to GX7, even color reproduction of E-M5 is not good at 25600.
Also see our specification Comparison review here – Panasonic GX7 vs Olympus E-M5, See More about Panasonic GX7 here
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