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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only) Specifications

Battery Type Lithium Battery
Dimensions 130.4 (W) x 93.5 (H) x 63.1 (D) mm
Weight 497 g
Weight without Battery 443
External Flash Yes
Flash bracketing 3 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Step Selectable
Flash Modes Flash Auto, Red-eye, Fill-in, Flash Off, Red-eye Slow Sync (1st Curtain), Slow-sync (1st Curtain), Slow-sync (2nd Curtain), Manual (1/1 (Full) - 1/64)
Maximum Flash Sync 1/320 sec
Brand Olympus
Color Black
Model Id OM-D E-M1 Only Body
Processor newYesPic VII Image Processor
Sales Package Flash case, Instruction manual, Computer software CD-ROM, Strap, Flash FL-LM2, Lithium ion charger BCN-1, Body cap, Lithium ion Battery BLN-1, Warranty card, USB Cable CB-USB6
Type Mirrorless
Audio Formats WAV
Face Detection Yes
HDR Support Yes
Image Format RAW (12-bit Loseless Compression), JPEG, RAW + JPEG, MPO (3D Still)
Maximum Recording Time Full HD: 29 mins (Normal) / 22 mins (Fine), HD: 29 mins (Normal) / 29 mins (Fine), HD (AVI Motion JPEG): 7 mins, SD: 14 mins
Other Features Recording Image Size: 4608 x 3456 Pixels (RAW), 4608 x 3456 / 640 x 480 Pixels (JPEG), Recording Movie: MOV (MPEG-4 AVC / H.264), AVI (Motion JPEG), One-push Movie Digital Converter: x 4 Available on Movie Effect Mode, Time Lapse Movie: Available for AVI Motion JPEG, 1280 x 720, 10 fps), Movie Funct...View More Recording Image Size: 4608 x 3456 Pixels (RAW), 4608 x 3456 / 640 x 480 Pixels (JPEG), Rec
Still Image Mode i-Enhance, Vivid, Natural, Muted, Portrait, Monotone, Custom, e-Portrait, Color Creator, Art Filters, Auto, Normal, High Key, Low Key (Except Art Filters)
Video Format DCF, DPOF Compatible / Exif, Print Image Matching III, MPO Compatible
Accessory Shoe Yes (Hot)
Audio Video Interface NTSC, PAL
Microphone Mono / Stereo
Other Connectivity Features 3.5 mm Stereo Mini Jack Microphone Input
PictBridge Yes
USB Cable Hi-speed USB 2.0
Wi-Fi Connectivity Yes
Wi-Fi Standard Built-in (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
AE Lock/Exposure Lock Locked at 1st Release of Shutter Button (Can be Set to Function1 / Rec Button)
Brightness Adjustment 7 Levels Brightness Control, 7 Levels Color Balance
Exposure Bracketing 2 / 3 / 5 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Steps Selectable, 7 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 EV Steps Selectable
Exposure Compensation 5 EV in 1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps Selectable
Exposure Modes iAuto, P: Program AE, A: Aperture Priority AE, S: Shutter Priority AE, M: Manual Bulb, Time, Scene Select AE, Art Filter, Underwater Wide / Macro, My Set
Image Display Resolution 1,037,000 dots
LCD Display Capacitance Type
LCD Screen Size 3 inch
Manual Exposure Yes
Other Display Features Monitor Type: Tilting Wide Monitor (Touch Control in Electrostatic Capacitance Type), Color Tone Select: Vivid, Natural, Playback Mode: Single-frame, Information Display, Index Display (4 / 9 / 25 / 100 Frames), Calendar, Enlargement (2x - 14x), Movie (with Sound, FF / Rew / Pause), Slide Show (with...View More Monitor Type: Tilting Wide Monitor (Touch Control in Electrostatic Capacitance Type), Colo
Other Viewfinder Features 2-axis Level Guage, Horizontal / Vertical (1-axis Level Guage Available with Half-pressing Shutter Release Button (Finder Style 1, 2), Finder Style: Selectable from 3 Types, Brightness, Color Temperature Control
Supported Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9, 3:4, 3:2, 1:1
Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080
View Magnification 1.3x - 1.48x (-1m-1, 50 mm Lens, Infinity)
ViewFinder Yes
Viewfinder Eye Point 21
Viewfinder Type Eye-level Electronic Viewfinder
Viewpoint Dioptric Adjustment -4 to +2 m
Auto Focus Yes
Focus Mode Single AF (S-AF), Continuous AF (C-AF), Manual Focus (MF), S-AF and MAF Tracking (C-AF and TR)
Focus Points 81 Area Multiple AF (Contrast Detection AF), 37-area Multiple AF (Phase-difference Detection AF)
Lens Type Micro Four Thirds Mount
Manual Focus Yes
Other Focus Features Full-time AF (Not Available when Four Thirds Lens is Mounted), Magnified Frame AF: Selectable from Over 800 AF Points, Enlarged View Check by Magnify Button (Available with Old Lenses), Magnification 5x, 7x, 10x (Default), 14x Selectable, Face Detection AF, Eye Detection AF, Eye Detection AF Mode: O...View More Full-time AF (Not Available when Four Thirds Lens is Mounted), Magnified Frame AF: Selecta
Media and Software
Memory Card Type SD / SDHC / SDXC
Other Storage Features UHS-I Compatible, Eye-fi Card Compatible
Upgradeable Memory Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Other Features
Additional Features Sleep Mode: (1 / 3 / 5) mins Off, Image Stabilization System Mode: (S-I.S.Auto, S-I.S.1, S-I.S.2, S-I.S.3), IS for Finder Image, Focal Length Setting, ISO Bracketing: 3 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Steps Selectable, White Balance Bracketing: 3 Frames in 2, 4, 6 Steps in each A-B / G-M Axis, Art Filt...View More Sleep Mode: (1 / 3 / 5) mins Off, Image Stabilization System Mode: (S-I.S.Auto, S-I.S.1, S
Dust Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
HDMI Type D Micro HDMI
Humidity 30% - 90% (Operation), 10% - 90% (Storage)
ISO Rating Auto ISO L - 1600 (Default), Upper Limit Customize Available 200 - 25600, Manual ISO L: 200 - 25600, 1/3 or 1 EV Steps Selectable
Metering Digital ESP Metering System (324-area Multi Pattern Metering)
Metering modes Digital ESP, Center Weighted Average, Spot, Spot with Highlight Control, Spot with Shadow Control
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Scene Modes Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Landscape + Portrait, Sport, Night, Night + Portrait, Children, High Key, Low Key, DIS Mode, Macro, Nature Macro, Candle, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Beach and Snow, Fisheye Conv, Wide Conv, Macro Conv, 3D, 3D Lens (H-FT012 by Panasonic) Only, Still Only
Self Timer Yes
Supported Languages 34
Sync Terminal Yes
Temperature -10° C - 40° C (Operation), -20° C - 60° C (Storage)
White Balancing Auto WB, 7 Preset WBs, 2 Capture WBS, Custom WB
Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel) 16.3 MP
Total Pixel/Gross Pixel 16.8
Sensor Format 17.3 x 13 mm
Sensor Size Four Thirds
Sensor Type MOS
Shutter Speed
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed 60 sec sec
Shutter Type Computerized Focal-plane Shutter
Focus Auto / Manual

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only) Reviews from YouTube

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a clown
What a twit ! It's like a five year old talking about power rangers. Doesn't talk about anything in detail , or capabilities.
If you keep pushing the button, the lift comes faster...
How many suppressed sexual comments can this guy get into a camera review, odd and worrying, and years on into his 2020 hate everything reviews he remains making inappropriate sexual comments
Jeremy Clarkson of the photography world
review this camera 7 years later, it is still the best looking olympus camera and one of the best looking professional mirrorless camera ever designed, and wonderful ergonomics. I really hope Olympus can make their omd em1 series back to this design. Especially the flip screen design on mk 2 and 3 are not good choices, sorry but I have to say that the flip screen design really keep me away from buying them.
What a crap attempt at reviewing. Stop trying to be ''cool'' and talk about the camera seriously.
If appearances of a camera don't matter, why did you keep talking about it? Looks like 6 years later, this camera in good shape will be an excellent budget buy. Thanks for all the details.
If it had an Apple badge on it he would be kissing and licking it
Finally, I spent 250 USD on a used E-M1 with HLD-7. The camera is so responsive and its IbIS is so impressive even long exposure at 1/3s can still done handheld. Also with live compose shutter I can now take fireworks easily. Can't wait to put my camera is field test.
bravo pour ce (encore une fois) très bon épisode, c'est toujours un plaisir de te suivre, que ce soit pour l'astro ou pour SC :)
This is probably candidate for the worst review ever..grats.
Funny, silly, sarcastic review. Like it. Camera looks a little over complicated for my liking. Probably would put it on one good setting, and shoot. Your right about the design styling. Is a bit ugly.
This is the most superficial review of a camera I have ever seen. Two condom covers? Really? Grow up!
I know this is old now, but it becomes very tiring when photo "journalists" stop talking about the subject in hand and attempt to be egotistical/funny/amusing etc.They hardly ever are engaging. What they need to learn is that respect is earned through having knowledge that is worth passing on. This man is SO irritating. At every opportunity he tries and fails to get a cheap laugh out of a self-indulgent comment. Please listen: YOU ARE NOT FUNNY or entertaining, but you might be more entertaining if you concentrated on the camera rather than yourself. Thank you.
all these salty olympus fanboys who get triggered when someone doesn’t praise their favorite corporation’s product. I think this video is informative and entertaining, drtv style. if no like, go to a olympus fanboy channel.
OMD EM1 owners are like Porsche drivers. It may not be the quickest, or the fastest, and it definitely is not the prettiest, but if you can appreciate the engineering, build quality, and overall performance, then you can overlook its outdated body style for DECADES!!!
can it shot raw ?
I think it's so silly that people worry about how a camera looks. A camera is a tool, not a fashion accessory.
Every camera doesn't have to be totally traditional or totally modern looking 🙄
I never expected such nonsense from you. Those who have enjoyed my photos have never asked me which camera or which lenses I used nor did they complain about bokeh. I shoot exceptional photos with a very common and mistreated Canon 24-105L first series mounted on 6D. This time you disappointed me.
I think your point on the image quality not being as good as full frame is definitely valid and you can’t achieve that same quality with a small image sensor. My argument here is that we all know that. For example, we all know a Ferrari 458 Italia is a super car with over 500 plus horsepower but it is superior in every way than a Toyota 86 but why is there a market for a 86 also because as consumers we want choices. A car with only 200 horsepower can also be enjoyable to drive. We don’t always need 500 plus horsepower nor does everyone can afford a Ferrari. The point is that full frame shouldn’t be be all and end all. Now it is like it is either full frame or nothing. Portability,compactness, ruggedness are all important and strengths of this system. Something the full frame format isn’t particularly good at when you are traveling and wanting to bring multiple lenses out or when you are out hiking, bringing a 600 f4 and a tripod for that would be difficult. That’s the point with m43 and a body like this is for those who are out and about that wants a more rugged body and should have a place in the camera market.
come again? 3000$ for m4/3 crap?
Really bad vid.
I just wished actual professional photographers would review gear, not geeky dudes who just get off with specs.
Jared when this camera is 2000$ ... is it still worth it ?
DOF: This is not the end all be all. If I am shooting a group of people I find that having the increased DOF is welcomed and I can shoot wide open and need less flash power. People complain about the smaller sensor which is not as clean as FF. Yeah, that may be true, but for what I do for weddings and portraits, I have no issues. Keep in mind that you should compare the image quality after you post. I have done this compared to the Fuji XT2 and overall all I find little difference even in higher ISO. The Olympus is a fantastic camera. I shoot the EM1 MK3. Love it and don't let anyone talk you out of the Olympus just because it is not FF. Evaluate if you "really" need FF.
So I have been shooting with Olympus for a good 4 years now, and my biggest question/thoughts on the Shallow Depth of Field is to use an adapter from Metabones, or other manufactures. Of course, I know that Canon AF on an adapter is going to be slower than native glass, but for portrait use, it should theoretically deliver similar results to crop sensor cameras.
Have u reviewed Fujifilm xh1??... If yes please share the link
They have now dropped the price to 2000 dollars 😊 so I purchased and I don’t regret it 👍🏻 The camera is awesome 👏🏻 and the quality is fantastic, portability fantastic, ergonomics fantastic, speed excellent. Someone once said the best camera in the world is the one you have with you and with all things considered the Olympus wins hands down. To end I think it was a great review 😊👍🏻
Not professional unless you have bokeh 🤣 Goes back to looking at Sails Chong and Sacha Dean Biyan. 12fps preferred, Canon does 16fps omg this is amazing even though the G9 had that. Who's shooting 20fps burst in real sports? I'd like to know.
Why do you have to shout out every thing you have say ? Not very enjoyable experience turn the volume down!.
Your comments are so fucking compromised.
I can get great depth of field with my 45mm 1.2
Totally 100% in TOTAL agreement.
I know this is an "old" post (so this comment may not be seen by many), but I just feel the need to respond. I enjoy much of your content, but you (and most FF fanatics) just don't seem to get it when it comes to MFT. First of all, any decent photographer can get shallow DoF with MFT, but more to the point, it's only a current "trend" that over-values shallow DoF. There is nothing more "professional" about a photo where the background is completely "blown out" as you say (ask Group f/64). It's just a matter of opinion and as an MFT shooter, there are often cases where I make adjustments to increase DoF as super creamy bokeh (which is usually easy to achieve when I need it) can be a distraction and result in very "unnatural" looking images--there needs to be a subtle balance between foreground, midground, and background. It's not necessarily "impressive" when it looks like you cut out your subject and pasted it onto a bland piece of blurry wallpaper--sometimes it just looks weird. Obviously, different cameras systems are suitable for different circumstances but there is absolutely nothing "inferior" about "crop" sensors--it just depends on what's being shot and how those images are used. There are billboards shot with phone-based cameras! If you only shoot in the studio, then by all means go medium format; if you mainly shoot sports in low light, then maybe you'll want to schlep a couple of pro FF bodies with humongous, heavy lenses, but if you're an "all-rounder" who wants to go anywhere, be ready for anything, and get the shots you'd miss if all you had was a bulkier, slower camera, then MFT is the obvious choice as it's far superior ergonomically and gives up zero in IQ until you start pushing the ISO to levels few people really need on a regular basis. I've got great images shot at 6400--they just look like they were shot on film (and how is that bad?). Bottom line: My Lumix G9, battery grip, four pro lenses from 16-800mm eq, spare batteries, filters, flash gun, diffuser, spare Olympus TG-5, etc. all fits into a tiny pack that weighs about ten lb (under 5 kg). Spend a few hours carrying the FF equivalent (or as close as you can get, as there's no 200-800 Leica FF lens) and then switch to my set-up on the next trip. Compare how your back/neck (not to mention wallet) feels at the end of the day, then compare images--you'll be hard-pressed to tell which came from which system.Thanks for listening.
Typical of most North American reviews and opinions, part of the problems this guy is experiencing come from a lack of experience shooting with 4/3 or m4/3 cameras and some of it, in particular the comments about the EVF viewfinder, are either pure nonsense or this guy has the vision of an eagle. I'm watching this video, hearing the comments about the viewfinder, so I pick up my Olympus OMD-EM5 MK2 (a 6 year old system with only a, God help us!, 16mp sensor and look through the viewfinder and I don't see any lines. What's that all about? Where are these lines? On the subject of blown out backgrounds (I'll admit that I started on my own photography path in the time of film, the mid '70s in fact, when we kind of wanted EVERYTHING to be in focus) if you can't get good bokeh with an m4/3 system it is, again, a lack of experience using the m4/3 system. It's never been a problem for me or any other person I know using Olympus or m4/3 in general. One of these days a lot of these digital "pros" will realise that most people want to see the images and perhaps hear the story about the thought and care that goes into producing them. They don't care what's going on inside your camera. They don't care about the size of your sensor. Like so many other things in life, it's not about size, it's about the talent behind the equipment. On another note; No, Jared, the marketing people at Olympus are not going to name the other camera they compared to because that would not be appropriate in an impromptu public forum.   Good advertisement does not depend on slagging a competitor publicly (I wonder if there are any politicians listening).
Just to say, blur background on video it's not cinematographic, it's just laziness
Never mind comapring the weight of the body with a Sony mirrorless, it is heavier than many full frame DSLRs.
Wow, brutal review ! I think the decision to jump to micro 4/3 by Olympus was the biggest blunder in Photographic Manufacturing history.
Sorry, everyone (and your ears) for the audio levels! Yeah, it's way off...rushed everything a bit (wanted to get it out before flight) and neglected it. Will have it sorted for the next vid. Cheers, K.
Thanks for the review brah just picked up a used one in excellent condition for $400 usd!!!!
Is this camera still worth it in 2020?
great film
Hi Kay - this is Me from the future from 2020, Olympus is closing their camera busines... - and me making a SADface
Shall I get this camera with the 12-40mm pro lense or the Sony a7ii with the standard lense?
The last Olympus review from Kai Good times.
Any review to M1-mk3
Hey Kai ...what backpack is that
With firmware 3.0, the C-AF is vastly improved!
Huge gear with such a small sensor.
I bought one last summer. A real pleasure to use. I love this little Oly which made me forget the heavy back breaking equipment and reconnected me with the pleasure to capture still photographies.
This is one of my favorite camera bodies!
Firmware 3.0 fixed movie AF - really good now.
Not from tinder.....but definitely Grindr 😘
I enjoy your sense of humor and it seems like you know your stuff but..........................oh shit-burgers I see you already responded to my thoughts.............The audio, especially the "music" is irritating.
More work of Tim he is good :)
This is a beautifully built camera with supreme capabilities. Nonetheless, that all goes to waste as, even with firmware version 2.3, the camera randomly freezes and you just cannot rely upon it.
What happened to Tim?????
Throw a piece of Olympus legacy glass on there. That is where these cameras shine. IMHO
Em1 or Canon 7d? Anyone used them to give me an answer, thanks.
It looks like they’ve modelled the body on the Olympus E510. It’s almost exactly the same shape and the grip is identical.
Focus peaking does work with other lenses at this point. I use manual lenses more often than not. I get best focusing results when I assign it to the F1 button to Focus Peaking and the F2/highlight-shadows button to the focus magnification. I direct the square to where I am framing from and zoom in to 10x and focus hit the button again to see the framing to be sure and then shoot. Works great.
A few years later, firmware 4.0 brought 24p video to this camera, and that really helps.
Still an incredible camera today. It goes for pocket change, and the firmware updates along the years have added many contemporary features like electronic shutter, focus stacking and some I forgot, keeping the camera very relevant as a prosumer model. It's got everything the E-M5 mk II (current Olympus prosumer model, for a couple more months) has except super high res mode, and it adds a couple of features of its own like PDAF. 16 Mpix is enough for A1 size prints. Highly recommended if you have the MFT or 4:3rd glass and need a cheap B camera.
...do you usually say "cojones" when explaining photo stuff to clients or your daughter...?
I know this Vlog is quite old now but the camera is still very relevant (I've just picked one up used) as it still produces the goods. It does do focus peaking with legacy glass fitted; you have to assign it to a button to activate it. It doesn't however work with magnify assist; its one or the other.
B&h has this camera used for 499 (body only) would I be better off buying this plus a few nice lenses or getting the mark ii with a kit lens.
Does phase detection AF still work with mft lenses?
"We are ABOOT ten minutes away from Calgary." #socanadian
So, I'm just a hobbyist with a hobbyist budget. I currently have an E-PL5 with the VF-4 viewfinder. Now that the E-M1 Mark II has come out, I'm able to find the original E-M1 used for about $500 at my local camera store (sorry, I live in Indianapolis so that's a long way from Calgary). The thing that lets me down on my E-PL5 is the autofocus tracking. The hit rate is very low. Is the original E-M1 with all firmware updates a worthwhile upgrade to my E-PL5? Will I be able to go to a soccer match or a football game and finally be able to come away with more keeper action shots?
what camera did you shoot video??
One more question as I will be in Calgary this month can you tell me if you recommend the GH4 over most of the other 4/3 cameras do you really recommend this one as the #1.
still using my OM 1 analog camera ,fun thing is i go in a shop to buy a nikon 500d and i finally took a new Om-5 who work just great!
you can get focus peaking with  legacy lens  just assign a button to peaking in menu >>eg fn1
Man just great rewies! Keep the good work! I have one question,what Lav mic you are using for the video? And is it omni or cardioid?
Great review, fun to watch... other than your pronunciation of "Nigh-kon," which is just painful. I don't think I'll ever get used to Americans bastardizing other languages quite so thoroughly. Including English in some cases. :-)
I just bought this off Ebay today for $599 with free overnight shipping. :) Patience pays. Plus with Firmware 4.0 it's like a new camera.
Great review, but I thought you missed giving it enough fireworks at the end.

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