As of recently, a small but fancy Olympus Mark II camera gets noticeable improvements. The camera is officially dubbed Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II. The Mark II version offers several enhancements that will make Olympus enthusiasts and photographers worldwide excited to put it to the test. The camera’s resolution is 16 megapixels.
Regarding some of the camera variants, you can either buy the all-black version, or opt for another body chromatic pattern composed of silver and black.
Concerning its price, the OM-D E-M10 Mark II’s body will be initially made available for approximately $500-$650, whereas, if you buy a zoom lens, you’ll have to pay $800. Moreover, its body looks more aesthetically appealing and more professional than the initial E-M10.
The Olympus OM-D series was the cheapest of its kind that offered an interchangeable lens feature. They are fairly tiny but you can go a long way with them.
The Mark II offers the possibility of taking remarkable, stable photos regardless of changing conditions.
In order for the shots to not come out as blurry, this camera will benefit from the 5-axis stabilization system, which was implemented in other Olympus versions as well. On the other hand, the original E-M10 had a 3-axis system.
The Mark II benefits from its electronic viewfinder (EVF) which has an elegant controls system, exhibiting a programmable function key that can be easily accessed. For those who are not familiar with “camera slang”, the electronic viewfinder is a camera feature where the image captured by the lens is projected onto its miniature display. The difference between the EVF and a live preview display is that the EVF is smaller and shaded from ambient light. Concerning Mark II’s EVF, you can spot details better in the shadows.
The TruePic VII photograph processor allows continuous shooting, via 8.5 fps, whereas there’s the 1080p video feature at 60 fps. There’s also the 3-inch touchscreen LCD and pop-up flash which are details worth mentioning. This touchscreen LCD permits you to toggle with the focus point.
For those photographers who are keen on macro shots, the camera’s focus bracketing feature is a definite plus. This enhancement reduces the noise in photos, through deep focus.
Thus, photographers worldwide should stay tuned in waiting just a little while longer for this classy camera, which is due to make its debut on the market in September.
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