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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Compact System Camera in Silver + 14-42 EZ Lens
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- Small, light, luxurious premium design
- Powerful 5-Axis Image Stabilisation
- Clear View with 2.36M Dots OLED EVF
- Superbly slim pancake zoom lens
- Easy Connectivity Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi
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Colour: Silver | Style: 14-42 EZ Lens
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Body, USB cable,Olympus Viewer 3 (CD-ROM), instruction manual, warranty card, BLS-50 Li-ion battery , BCS-5 Li-ion battery charger , 14-42 EZ Lens
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E-M10 Mark II - Power to create
The E-M10 Mark II – an addition to the Olympus OM-D line-up. Well designed with ergonomically laid-out controls and good technologies for fine images and movies, featuring five-axis image stabilisation, Wi-Fi connectivity, electronic viewfinder and a huge range of lenses. A camera that fits your discerning style and is a suitable companion to take everywhere you go – truly giving you the power to create.
Small and lightweight design
The E-M10 Mark II, small and lightweight with a design featuring a metal-body build quality, tilts the scales at a mere 342 g - so it will never weigh you down on the move. At around half the size of an entry level D-SLR, the E-M10 Mark II delivers high image quality without the bulk.
Five-axis image stabilisation
Always hand-shake and blur-free thanks to the E-M10 Mark II’s powerful five-axis Image Stabilisation (IS) technology. Leaving you to enjoy taking high-quality, pin-sharp images wherever you go, even in low-light conditions. Olympus’ powerful five-axis IS technology moves the sensor in five different planes (yaw/pitch/roll/vertical shift/horizontal shift) effectively preventing unwanted movement of the camera from spoiling your images. Built in-camera for a more effective, lighter system.
Stay connected with Wi-Fi
The E-M10 Mark II makes image sharing a breeze. Upload your images in an instant to your smartphone using Olympus Image Share (OI.Share) and effortlessly share them with friends and family. With built-in Wi-Fi, you can control a whole range of settings without having to touch the camera – when shooting from a tripod where remote shutter release is a must, when the camera is not in reach or the camera is in an extreme environment.
Access to any lens you desire
A huge range of well built lenses with good optical elements compliment your E-M10 Mark II in both style and performance, delivering sharp photos and movies. From macro to telephoto to wide angle to fisheye - you have access to any lens you may ever desire.
Even easier image composition: the OLED Electronic Viewfinder boasts an amazing 2.36 M dots for clear image composition and a view of the whole subject before you take the picture. Plus real-time monitoring of all setting adjustments - all the control and detail you need to get the most out of your photography.
Boasting multi frame rate movie-making that matches any standard, the E-M10 Mark II gives you smooth slow-motion playback - rich in detail for graphic capture of fast-moving subjects.
Movie: 4 K Time lapse
Use the Time Lapse mode to create a series of images over time which can then be recompiled into a 4 K movie where time appears to have been sped up. Create movies with details - all sorts of subjects including landscapes, nature, urban and industrial scenes and much more lend themselves to the magic of 4 K Time Lapse.
AF Targeting pad
For intuitive focusing control while looking through the viewfinder, you can change the autofocus target to suit your subject by simply using your finger on the touch screen on the rear of the camera. Touch the screen and move the AF point to where you want it and still follow the action through the viewfinder at the same time.
LC-37C: Automatic lens cap
Protect your M.Zuiko Digital14-42 mm 1:3.5–5.6 EZ lens with this convenient lens cap with its automatic opening mechanism. Opens and closes automatically just by pushing the camera’s on/off power button. Mounted securely to the lens, the LC-37C lens cap makes sure you’re always ready for your next shot.
ECG-3: Camera grip
Large and detachable, the ECG-3 screw-on camera grip makes it easier to hold your E-M10 Mark II more securely, especially when using a larger telephoto lens. The design gives you access to the battery compartment without having to remove the grip.
OM-D Messenger leather bag
The OM-D messenger leather bag is designed to be a good fit for OM-D cameras. A good way to take your E-M10 Mark II everywhere you go – quick access for easy shooting, protection from the elements combined with the good looks of hard-wearing tan leather.
CSS-S119L: Shoulder strap in black or brown
The leather strap in black or brown complements the design of the E-M10 Mark II. A good way to carry your camera safely when shooting on the move.
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Firstly a word of WARNING: If you want the 14-42mm lens make sure you get the camera with the EZ lens (like this one). We got caught out when we bought from another retailer who was selling the kit with a cheaper and fatter 14-42mm non-EZ lens and had to return it.
Once we got the right kit, the camera has been amazing. It is easy to take simple snaps and the quality is fantastic. You must at this point have read some of the reviews of these cameras and know about the highly regarded image stabilization. It really is amazing! Videos taken by hand look like they are on a trolley, its really cool.
One thing I love about this camera is that the flash does not pop up automatically (although you can probably change a setting for it). That was always a pain when i was using my EOS 400D.
There are a lot of settings on this camera. I usually pride myself in changing every little configurable detail on my devices and on this I feel after 3 weeks like I've barely scraped the surface!
Art modes are fun, and the scene modes can be quite useful and very easy to use. Of course all the settings are there if you want to do anything manually.
Finally the ability to send photos directly to your phone is very useful. It takes some tweaking on Android to stop auto-disconnect when the phone decides there is no internet. Once this is done the app works well and you can control the camera (and see what it is looking at) straight from your phone.
The E-M10ii and its big brother the E-M5ii have a lot of features that just don't exist in many other cameras. For me, the main highlights of the former are:
1. the 5-axis in-body image stabilization
This works by moving the sensor instead of elements inside the lens. The results are amazing. It is the best stabilization I've seen among DSLRs or mirrorless cameras, allowing you to shoot at incredibly low shutter speeds without a tripod.
2. livebulb recording
This allows you to see a long exposure developing on the LCD as it is being recorded so that you can stop it when you think it's exposed properly. A really clever idea.
3. electronic shutter
You can set the camera to use an electronic shutter like what it uses while shooting video instead of a physical one. This allows you to shoot in almost complete silence. This is very useful for wedding ceremonies, on film sets, and at any other time you want to avoid making a lot of sound while taking photographs.
The E-M5ii also has each of these features but in addition, has a high res shot feature which combines multiple shots into a single 40 mp resolution image by shifting the sensor very precisely to pick up light in between its pixel detectors. This is a very clever feature, but because it requires multiple shots to be taken, it's only really suitable for scenes where nothing at all in the frame is moving, which excludes most photographic subjects.
I'm very impressed with the quality of the video on the E-M10ii especially when recording with the All-Intra codec.Read more ›
I didn't need either lens but they sell well on a well-known auction site for anything up to about £200, making the body an astonishingly low price after lens disposal, and it's a really nice camera. It's smaller and lighter than my E-M5II but apart from lack of weather sealing it has a very comprehensive feature set that almost matches its more expensive sibling and a huge improvement over the original E-M10.
To be honest I actually prefer it to the E-M5II if only because of the slightly lower EVF magnification (better for glasses wearers like me) and a tilt LCD which I much prefer rather than the fully-articulated screed on the E-M5II. That and the lighter weight make it a pleasure to use in fair weather.
Incidentally the 40-150 is a rather good lens (I already had one) but I'm unimpressed by the 14-42 PZ which produces rather flat, lifeless images. It is however very small and light, so I decided to keep it "just in case" and sell my existing copy of the 40-150 (for about £80), so the "kit" remains intact while under warranty.
Very good buy, highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as a gift for my husband - at his request after a lot of research on his part. He says he loves it, it is exactly what he wanted and he hoped it would be. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Barbara Lenton
The end result is near identical to the more expensive EM5 II, I went for this model having owned the EM1, EM5, EM5 II and original EM10. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Christopher H.
A nice camera filling a gap, as the old 35mm OM10 did to allow easy use of a high quality camera. However, the app lets it down badly. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
I hacked this camera for about 7 months (I bought it from another online retailer out of loyalty to them) and it's the most frustrating piece of kit I have ever owned. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Matt Court
Amazing camera, which takes superb quality photos. Love the way the camera can take interchangeable lens. Highly rated camera.Published 1 month ago by Anne Briggs
For the money, I don't think you can buy a better camera. It is truly astonishing - never expected it to be this good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Morgan Charles
Whilst not as full of features as the E-M5 or E-M1 this camera is a great choice for those moving to a first DSLR or for those who cant stand the weight of a large Canon or Nikon... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Summer Church