The Olympus E-M1 is a higher-end model in the same range as the O-MD E-M5, this time Olympus is aiming at the semi-pro and enthusiast market. Mark Bauer took the camera on location for a really good workaround; here are his findings
About a year ago, I reviewed the O-MD E-M5, the first of Olympus’ new range of micro four-thirds cameras, with retro styling that harked back to the days of its OM 35mm film SLRs. Although there were many things I liked about the camera – its portability, image quality and custom controls – there were aspects of it which I found difficult to get on with, such as the way its diminutive size compromised handling …
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