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Olympus E-M1 features powerful electronic viewfinder
Mark Peters : November 19th 2013 - 13:00 CET
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OlympusOlympus E-M1 digital camera features : Olympus gives creativity free reign and breaks new ground in electronic viewfinder design in the shape of a new EVF with fully 1.48x magnification, which is approximately 1.3x larger than a typical digital SLR camera. In addition to high, 2.360.000 dot resolution, dual fast autofocus and automatic backlight adjustment, the electronic viewfinder scores over optical viewfinders with a new feature that is unique to the Olympus E-M1. HDR Preview Mode allows you to monitor HDR images in the EVF before you shoot and you can likewise experiment with four key settings before shutter release: aspect ratio, magnification, colour and highlight & shadow.

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The Olympus E-M1 also introduces a new way to adjust colour. Instead of graphs and numbers, the newly developed Colour Creator lets you intuitively play with colour by tweaking dials on top of the camera. Users can check the result in real time on the Live View electronic viewfinder. The time lag is a mouth-watering 29ms, which is too fast for the human eye and results in natural movement even with very fast-moving subjects. The Olympus E-M1 is an investment in a special piece of equipment that deserves special care and attention!

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Olympus E-M1 features dual fast autofocus
Alongside the design specialists who gave the E-M1 its perfectly proportioned casing, Olympus clearly employs some of the world’s best autofocus engineers. E-M1 owners reap the rewards with Olympus’ fastest ever AF system. Dual Fast AF delivers very quick autofocus performance with both Micro Four Thirds and Four Thirds lenses, which can be mounted on the camera body using an adapter. The Olympus camera detects which sort of lens you are using and switches automatically to the more suitable AF technology - either phase detection or contrast AF. Four Thirds lenses work with phase detection, whereas Micro Four Thirds use Contrast AF. Both AF technologies can accurately focus on any one of 37 focus points to pick out, for example, a single stallion among stampeding horses, or on 81 target areas to automatically track the whole herd.

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Olympus E-M1 price
The Olympus E-M1 price tag is set €1500,- for the body only. The Olympus E-M1 kit including the M.Zuiko digital 12-40mm lens retails for €2199,- including V.A.T. Prices may vary from country to country. As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this new digital camera to the test and publish a Olympus E-M1 review.

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