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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II

MPN: 36400446
4.5 from 4 reviews



4 reviews
Steve Z

Steve ZGold Coast

  • 6 reviews

It's an Olympus

Date PurchasedJun 2017

markehemmingSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 21 reviews

marvellous little digital camera


small enough to carry around, yet with all the features of a "real" camera. The menu is a little convoluted and takes a while to understand, but in the meantime there is always the i-auto mode. Takes great photos with the standard kit lens (14-42 mm), however I really want to invest in the better faster lenses. If I had of thought about it, I might have got the EM-5, as it is water and dust proof, whereas this one isn't, however that one costs a fair bit more.

Date PurchasedJun 2016
Accurate Shopper

Accurate ShopperMelbourne

  • 20 reviews

Works great, No issues. No frustrations.


I'm not an expert in photography , I'll leave dpreview to tell you about the quality of the camera.
As far as using it goes, Its great. It takes excellent photos and with a slight learning curve is easy to use.
Make sure you get an Olympus lense protector cap, So you can scratch it and only waste $35.
If you have large hands and want something quite chunky that has good textured grip its a great choice.
The eyepiece gives you a %100 real image of what the lense sees, as its a second LCD.

I also like the foldable LCD screen as you can take ground level shots lined up perfectly. (without lying on the ground)

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Lady G

Lady GPerth

  • 2 reviews

Shadows cannot see themselves in the mirror of the sun


I gave this camera 4 stars because I have just started using it. It is mirror less which is uber cool but also brings a new quality to "shooting the light." The camera is touted as an entry-level mirror-less camera but the Mach ll is sophisticated, stylish, and functional and much more than mere entry level! I have three lenses which provide a range of artistic capabilities and the camera supports these with additional functions to provide a playground for exploration and exploitation of images. This camera may not be a Lumiere de jour for professionals but it is exciting and wonderful and I can't wait to shoot the light in the Southern Alps of New Zealand next year!

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