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
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
Supported Image Type JPEG, RAW
Total Usb Ports 1
Wireless Type 802.11G, 802.11B, 802.11n

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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
Most of the videos on this camera are made comparing it to its predecessor. What if I don't give a damn about the predecessor and just want to know how this one is to handle and shoot with? Or maybe compared more to a direct competitor in the same price class?
anyone recommend a similar camera with more or less same specs but with mic jack. thanks.
if this had a mic jack i would be buying this asap. such a pity
Were you taking all these shots using it's kit lens?
Is it a full frame camera.
Still worth getting this over Mark 3? How about compared to Fujifilm x-t20?
to much noise i have and now i disappointed
beautiful Venice shots
Finally the video I was looking for,
I am not too much into photography but am looking to invest into a good quality camera which is not-so-bulky and has large sensor of over 1". As I intend to use the camera for long treks of 12-15 days, I wont have access to charging points to charge battery. I believe the camera has a micro USB port. Just wanted to check if the battery can be charged through the USB port using external power bank. I think I am very close to finalizing my 1st camera as I am loving the reviews. Any help in this regard should be useful.
This is not a review. It is a walk-through of the camera like an Olympus promo. Nice video but empty of content.
Thank you very much. Helped me a lot for my decision:))
Video compression seems terrible to be honest.
How can you set up exposure simulation????????
Hi I was looking at one of these today. How good is it for video while walking? I had a Panasonic G6 that had great video until you moved. But it broke & I was quoted almost the same price as I paid new for repair.. G7 is limited with no in camera stabilisation either..
Sony a6000 kit 16-50 or oly em10 mark ii kit 14-42? Only for a photo of landscapes, street or museum
just wondering that why on earth anyone would take a picture of boats with 1/4000th shutter speed with increasing the noise with high iso...
Hi, You mention at 4:30 that the Olympus share app allows recording of videos. Some other reviews state that you can take stills via the app, but not start or stop video recording. I am hoping the app and mark 2 camera allows this, but your review is the first time I've seen this stated. This was a very helpful and well done review. Thanks.
The new Oly straps suck.
does it come with video editing software that allows for audio splitting and inserting an audio from an external source file? thanks
I want to give m43 sensors a shot, but am not entirely sure that they are good in low light
It's beautiful,it reminds me of my dads old Leica(the look that is ).Great review.
First off very nice work on your videos. I just had a quick question for you-did you consider the Fuji x100t for your street gear? I do love Olympus, but just use the OM-1. I think it's this love of Olympus that is making a street digital choice hard for me. Just tired of the huge digital Nikon kit for running around with. Thanks for the help.
Here is a short part of the timelapse I did tonight https://youtu.be/2Cfz-ldfEFU
Which camera would you recommend between the OMD EM 10 Mark II and Sony Alpha a6000? I'd like to take either camera with me on my travels and be able to shoot video as well.
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.
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.
4:27 why does this sound makes me breath badly ? I mean, it really feels like asthma, even if it almost never happens to me 😳
I don't like it. I also have the 40-150mm kit lens. Also don't like it. They're not quite sharp, and when zoomed to the max they are blurry. And in low light... they suck bad. Also the electronic zoom is VERY annoying on the 14-42.
Hei. Thanks for another great video. Completely agree with your review of this lens. One small point though..the lens doesn't necessarily always have to start at 14mm when powered on..you can change this to the last focal length used. To have this feature enabled, go to menu A.. Reset Lens.. Off. Hope that helps others
Never buy a lens with motorized zoom. Sooner or later it will fail and you will be left with a plastic junk!
Thanks for the review/tutorial. Can I ask please, would you suggest turning off the zoom/focus and manually focusing?
it has a 20cm minimal focus distance is not wow, but you can still get some close-up shots, love your videos, thank you
Hi! My camera suddenly said “please check status of lens” and I’ve checked several times, the camera lens is on properly. I was on a trip taking pictures and suddenly the lens wouldn’t turn on and that message keeps coming up. Do you know how I can fix it? Thanks!
Excellent video Peter. I have the 14mm - 42mm EZ lens and I agree with your assessment. I like its compact form and weight but I've come to realise that it's picture quality isn't terribly good compared to other lenses. With two holidays and a wedding this year, I'm seriously considering going for a pro lens as I don't want to compromise on image quality.
I haven't used the 14-42, but have had experience with the Panasonic 12-32mm f3.5-5.6 which was included with my Panasonic GX85. Again, a slow lens with no manual focus. And you have to open and close it manually! However, for image quality it is surprisingly good-in fact very good for something so lightweight that it would blow away in a breeze!! Being so cheap too, it really is a great little lens which will give very pleasing images. You get used to opening and closing manually-at least no electronics to fail in the future! The lens is sharp and autofocus is remarkably good too-even in dim light! Used on the GX85 it makes for an incredibly compact camera set up-great for grab and go occasions!
when you buy the camera it comes either with this more expensive lens or the manual version of that lens. What would you recommend as a all purpose lens instead of this one? i like to shoot indoors, occasional making portraits of my friends, photographing on the street and on vacations.
Awesome. Who else tests kit lenses? I still have my kit lens, and no matter how much glass I add to my collection, it has its uses.
Hi Peter, Just a quick question. Is the M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm 1:3.5-6.3 EZ Lens much sharper than M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 EZ(kit lens)? Cheers
Like the E-M10 Mark II? Check out our review of the updated model - the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III! https://youtu.be/M6US7phgwyE
I love how all these videos say that the high iso pics aren’t usable due to noise. the 12800 image shown here is an order of magnitude better than tmax p3200 film was. I’d say they are VERY usable.
Opinions on this em10 mark 2 vs the panasonic lumix gx7... anyone..? thanks
Can u pls tell which all in one lens for this camera.. Thanks
I just bought this camera and I would say I’m in love!!! For beginners to learn it’s a great machine!!!
Sorry, won’t subscribe to anyone that doesn’t respond to commenters questions.
Alright, I’m a bit late to the party, I’d like some assistance choosing my next camera (Olympus epl1 currently) I’ve narrowed it down to 2 options the Olympus omd mark II or the Pentax k-70. I know Olympus is mirrorless and the k-70 is a DSLR, I like taking photos mostly when on holiday, or when hiking, or camping, etc. Mostly for scenery, city scapes, and nature. I’m looking to improve on what little I know about photography and would like the camera to perform well in nature as well as say a low lit museum. I don’t use a camera for video except rarely. Advise is appreciated. Thank you
Which would you recommend? This or the pen epl7, both using the original kit lens and the 45-150mm. Thank you!
For a decade I used pocket zooms mounted on top of my accordion in public Morris Dance performances. That way, my video taking attracted less attention from the public. But by sheer fluke I got the E-M10 II last November. It is of concern to me that when I change a setting on the Super Control Panel, the same setting in the Menu retains what I set earlier. So what does the camera actually work with - the Super Control Panel, the Menu, or a mixture of both? Also, In the Menu, AF Mode allows Single and Continuous Auto Focus for both stills and video. But AF Mode is followed by Full-time AF. To me, this is a duplication of Continuous Auto Focus. Do C-AF and Full-time AF battle in the firmware? My experience with Gannets In Flight on two Muriwai Beach visits suggests they do. C-AF with Full-time AF ON can't follow my zooming. On the pocket zooms, the last model that could not keep focus while zooming was the SZ-30MR from 2011.
Does it have a jack for an external microphone?
Buy the accessory body grip for folks with bigger hands….
Great review. To the point.
my camera is useless in video mode,it wobbles and has jello effect.I can not shoot handheld what settings should I use so that it can work handheld in video mode.
I tried to copy your control setting but when i click ok it's not showing multiple settings pls help
At 4:43 you mention a menu setting that is particuraly useful when shooting with vintage OM lenses: focus peaking? Since I happen to own some of these, I would love your insights on how to use them with this camera! Cheers
wow i just bought the camera, and ur making me excited to use it
https://www.youtube.com/user/parkcameras I see you attach the neck strap from E-M5, which I also prefer over E-M10ii's one :)) A great camera with OM film look produces great images.
Where the fuck is this camera park??? I've been looking at bringing the family for a day out that wouldn't be fucking boring for me but I can't find it on any map.
Would this be a good camera for beginners?