Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Digital Camera 14-42mm EZ Lens
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  • Mirrorless Camera
  • 17.2 Megapixel
  • 50 x Optical Zoom
  • MOS Sensor
  • 3 inch Screen
  • Li-ion Battery Pack Battery
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Digital Camera (14-42mm EZ Lens) available in Colours:
  • Silver

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Digital Camera (14-42mm EZ Lens) Specifications

Technical Details
Device interface - primary Touch Screen
Batteries Included Yes
Batteries Required Yes
Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Brand Olympus
Color
Continuous Shooting Speed 5 frames_per_second
Digital Zoom 1 X
feature Best QualityOlympus America
Hardware Interface AV
Has Image Stabilization Yes
Includes AC Adapter No
Includes External Memory No
Includes Rechargable Battery No
Includes Remote No
Item model number V207052SU000
Item Weight 390 g
Manufacturer Olympus
Max Resolution 17.2 Megapixels
Max Shutter Speed 60 Seconds
Min Aperture 22 f_stop
Min Focal Length 14
Min Shutter Speed 00000000.0025 Seconds
Model V207052SU000
Model Year 2016
Optical Zoom 50 X
Product Dimensions 11.9 x 4.7 x 8.3 cm
Removable Memory Secure Digital card
Screen Size 3 Inches
Size
Supported Image Type JPEG, RAW
Total Usb Ports 1
Warranty
Wireless Type 802.11G, 802.11B, 802.11n

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The lens hood ( 3 party) is the JJC LH-37EPII Metal Lens hood. I agree with your general assessment. One thing I dislike is that there are no lens markings on lens to indicate the current focal length.
Love your scooters photos!
One of the hidden accessories for this lens is the LC-37C cover, it automatically opens and closes when you turn the camera on/off. My wife love it because she doesn’t have to worry about losing the cap.
I use the EZ 14-42mm much of the time for street shooting, which usually does not require a highly precise resolving lens as, for example, macro shooting does. It's certainly not a pro lens but you can still get some very nice images with it. I also seriously dislike the electronic zoom so I usually keep mine at 18mm (36mm equivalent) which gives me around f/4 aperature but also zoom capability if needed. It's small size is its biggest advantage, but it's color rendition is quite pleasant as well. Overall, it's an OK lens, especially for being a kit lens.
Hi Peter. Have you tested the Old 14-42 zuiko (for standard 4/3) is there any optical deferences between old Kit and new pancake?
thanks for the video, it would be nice if the pics had paramery: iso, shutter, aperture, thank you
With this small lens you can do long exposure zoom effects. Activate the stabilizer and an exposure of 1/8th of a second. Optically this lens is very good between f:8 and f:11.
Hello can i ask is the 14-42 EZ ED MSC compaitble with the OM-D EM5iii ??? ive borrowed one and its not working (black screen on my camera) ive tawled throught the internet and thought i would ask you .... hope you can help. Kind regards Emma
I dont know Man that kit Lena looks good but the quality looks dicent why do they sell this as a kit
I have this lens and love it. The B&W rubber lens hood fits very well this lens and keep it small even when it's closed.
Thx Peter! What is your Osmo pocket setup? You’re using a wide lens I suppose...
After watching your video several times to decide if I want to buy this lens I did it 🤓 I got a used one in top condition from a professional seller, and a standard Olympus lens hood was included. But I think I will buy the LC 37c for convenience reasons.
Thanks again ...now to find out what are the best lenses for my camera
This lens can provide very good service, provided you have the right aperture (f: 8-11)
It's very nice to have visited my city !
Does this lens have manual focus?
Belgian's have pee fetishes.
You didn't mention what your ISO was in the choo choo museum. Couldn't you have just bumped the ISO more and denoised in post?
i usually use this lens for street photography. you can see on my instagram, some of my images were shoot use this lens. please visit https://instagram.com/hobyt
When I bought a PEN-F recently, I rapidly replaced this with the 14-150 mm. The disadvantage of my new lens is that it’s considerably larger and heavier than the kit lens. But when out and about I take both wider shots and zoom in on details, and the 42 mm is not long enough for me, so I would miss too many detail shots. I don’t like switching lenses very much when walking around, so I prefer the larger zoom range over carrying a telephoto zoom as well as the kit lens. But I did get the 12 mm f/2 to use when I’m trying to take pictures in a museum or other low-light situation.
Hey, I'm thinking about getting em10 mark iii or canon g7x mark ii for vlogging purpose. But I'd like to be able to take some decent photographs as well. Which one do you recommend me getting? Thank you all.
Great review, 'to the point', Factual information, good comparisons with older & above models, listing camera's strength's & limitations. What a difference it makes when the information takes 7 minutes & not 14 or 21 !
How do you camera on seting
How do I shut off the camera sounds? For silent shooting. Focus and shutter. I have read the manual and watched videos but I cannot find the secret settings. E-M10 mark11
if I mainly want a camera for family photos and the occasional video, and maybe to start learning photography would you recommend this camera or is there another you recommend? im looking for a camera that's not too expensive or heavy because I want to be able to carry it with me to family gatherings
Does it have a touch and drag feature that lets you select your focus points with your thumb on the touch screen as your eye is in the viewfinder?
Will it fit in my pocket?
Should I get this or canon m50
lovely camera
@digiDirect I'm on the hunt for a somewhat budget friendly action sports (cycling) mirrorless camera. Working with a $500 budget ideally. Would you recommend this camera as a good entry level camera (coming from smart phone photos) or would you have any other camera recommendations ?
More pixels on the same size sensor means pixels are actually smaller, thus if all things are equal it wont work as well in lower light than a sensor with less pixels. Sure the advances in cmos design goes someway to balance this. Good example is the canon 5d mk2 21mp full frame providing much cleaner low light shots than the 51mp mk4 using the same glass, there's only so much that can be done. Will the mega pixels war ever end, more isn't better, it may allow for a little more cropping but it often doesn't perform as well in lower light conditions
I'm interested to know, all other things being equal (sensor, image stabilisation, touch screen etc) would people choose a weather sealed camera or this camera and and two lenses for the same price?
Nikon D3400 or this olympus camera?
I've read a lot of criticisms about this camera in reviews, BUT there are a lot of great reasons to buy it! For me, it was size and price-a much better option than a compact camera-which I originaly considered-and not much bigger! 16MP ok for most of us and anyway, having a newer processor will help with image processing. For experienced users who are familiar with previous versions, it would be easy to find fault with some of the settings and the logic of them. But for new buyers-even experienced ones-the value for money, and anyone who was looking to buy an actual small compact with zoom, this is a far better option even if you have to swap lenses! Consider the Sony RX100 Mark VI and the price of that!!! I have only used an RX1004 and had no grip and was terrible for me!! The Olympus is almost a third of the price!! And the OMD em-10 Mark 3 looks great too. Many prefer the mark 2 and that is a really good option too. But for new buyers I think the Mark 3 is worth it. And being a MFT camera you will always have a fantastic range of Olympus or Panasonic lenses-most small and compact-to choose. All the Panasonic lenses, either old or new that I have are just the best!! Shame about no weather sealing on the Olympus, but there are some cheap rain covers and I do wonder how good weather sealing can be anyway!
And took away some button customisability and flash commander function, if they are important to you !!
I like the fact that it’s small, but i shoot quite a lot so I had to buy a third party metal grip that makes it handle 100 times better. Overall, the em10 is really great even for pro work. 16 megapixels will do for 90% of use. It lacks a little in low light ON PAPER. My canon has a bigger sensor so technically, it should do better in low light, but the Olympus has OIS in body which lets you go much slower in terms of shutter speed without blur, so it is better for what I use it with.
Hey, nice review, I should buy a camera that I would mainly use for video (travel and maybe some short films, so I'd like it to have a good performance with low light and versatility in post for doing color grading) I wouldn't mind if it also produced some good images to photograph family events and the like, I did some research on my own and I restricted myself to this Olympus and to the Canon eos 250d they are both cameras that more or less with the respective kit lenses fall within my budget I wish they were already decently usable out of the box without any more major purchases, I would buy more lenses just after a while, I know that Olympus produces a good image and has an incredible stabilization but it seems that it’s uncertain in low light , instead the Canon has the fantastic dual pixel autofocus but it has an unusable 4K mode given the crop and don’t know if the stabilization of his lenses can match that of Olympus, what do you recommend?
I´m getting a new camera, but i don´t know which one to choose....omd e-m10 mark III or Canon eos M50. Great video👍
guys i want to get into photography and i considered this camera to be the most convinient in the 400 euros price point it is little, i love carryng my cameras everywhere, it has in body stabilization, i love also shooting handheld video, and 121 points of focus that is more compared to other cameras at this price point am i making the right choice should i pick another mirrorless or switch to reflex?
slow down bro