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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II
Mark Peters : February 13th 2015 - 22:22 CET
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OlympusOlympus E-M5 Mark II : Olympus Imaging is proud to announce the OM-D E-M5 Mark 2. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II turns an award-winning still-photo camera into a sophisticated tool for the spontaneous creative photographer and videographer, with the professional look and feel of top-class photography equipment. The first-generation E-M5 gave ambitious photographers the ability to match D-SLR image quality on the fly - without the need for a tripod or other unnecessary bulk. Key to this was its lightweight, compact design and unique 5-axis Image Stabilisation system. The new Olympus camera is compatible with a comprehensive range of more than 40 Micro Four Thirds lenses as well as a broad range of accessories.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II
Olympus has developed this system further for the E-M5 Mark II, which now boasts the world’s most powerful IS. The camera-shake compensation is equivalent to 5 steps faster shutter speed, and that translates to startling low-light image quality. This is matched by the build quality of the all-weather OM-D housing. Thanks to the unrivalled IS and hardy, compact design, it’s now possible for the demanding filmmaker to capture handheld movies outdoors without carrying additional, bulky equipment - blur- and noise-free - irrespective of poor light. New OM-D Movie Mode offers multiple video frame rates and Full HD video up to 77 Mbps, while extra-finger-friendly controls take storytelling potential to a new level.

E-M5 Mark II

Taking pictures with the E-M5 Mark II
Another advantage of Olympus’ ultra-precise 5-axis stabilisation system is the potential to capture extremely high-resolution still images that exceed the normal capacity of its 16-Megapixel Live MOS sensor. By moving the sensor by 0.5 pixel steps between each shot and merging eight single exposures into one, the Olympus E-M5 Mark II delivers a 40-Megapixel image with breathtaking levels of detail and radiance. Little wonder OM-D is known for the best images Olympus cameras have ever created. Another key component in this spectacular visual performance is the processing engine. The Mark II now uses the same True Pic VII processor as the top-of-the-range Olympus OM-D E-M1.

Olympus E-M5 Mark II

Olympus E-M5 system
Another advantage of Olympus’ 5-axis IS is travelling light. One of the beauties of the mirrorless Micro Four Thirds format is the reduced overall size and weight of the camera, especially compared to the plastic-coated bulk of most Digital SLR cameras. By essentially taking blur out of the equation, 5-axis IS puts the new OM-D E-M5 Mark 2 even further ahead of its rivals because you can capture pin-sharp images and videos without the use of a heavy tripod or gyro rig. The whole E-M5 system is designed for minimum weight and size, and maximum portability. Hence the dust-, splash- and freeze-resistant weatherproofing of the magnesium casing. Olympus engineers always intended this camera to be used out in the field where unobtrusive equipment makes it much easier to shoot without disturbing jumpy subjects.

Olympus OM-D Mark II

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II price
The latest addition to Olympus’ flagship range goes on sale in late February 2015 and costs €1099 for the body only. Kits that include an interchangeable lens range in price from €1299 onwards. Retail prices vary from country to country. Like every new Olympus camera, the OM-D E-M5 Mark 2 comes with a free six-month warranty extension when registered via the 'My Olympus''online platform. Visit the Olympus Imaging website for additional product information and availability of optional OM-D camera accessories.

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