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Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black

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Long product name Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black :
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E-M5, Micro Four Thirds, 4/3'' Live MOS, 16.1MP, 4608x3456, 1920x1080/30p, TruePic VI, ISO 100-25600, 3.0'' Touch OLED, SDHC/SDXC/UHS-I, Eye-Fi, HDMI, USB 2.0, NTSC/PAL, Li-Ion, 373g, Black + M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm 1:3.5-6.3 EZ, Black
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Short summary description Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black:
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Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm, 16.1 MP, 4608 x 3456 pixels, Live MOS, Full HD, Touchscreen, Black
Long summary description Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm MILC 16.1MP 4/3" Live MOS 4608 x 3456pixels Black :

Olympus OM-D E-M5 + M.ZUIKO ED 12-50mm. Camera type: MILC, Megapixel: 16.1 MP, Image sensor size: 4/3", Sensor type: Live MOS, Maximum image resolution: 4608 x 3456 pixels. ISO sensitivity (max): 25600. Focal length range (f-f): 12 - 50 mm. Fastest camera shutter speed: 1/4000 s. HD type: Full HD, Maximum video resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels. Display diagonal: 7.62 cm (3"), Touchscreen. Viewfinder type: Electrical. Weight: 373 g. Colour of product: Black

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-03-01
Testseek has collected 160 expert reviews for Olympus E-M5 + M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm 1:3.5-6.3 EZ and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
85%
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stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Stuff magazine Tue, Jun 12 2012, 3:30PM The OM name once signified the pinnacle of Olympus’ SLR expertise – now the moniker has been resurrected for its most advanced Micro Four Thirds cam yet. Can the E-M5 do its ancestors proud? If there was one...
Bottom line Astounding in almost every way, this sets the standard for compact system cameras...
100%
photoanswers.co.uk
Updated:
2013-05-24
Over the past year there has been an influx of retro-styled cameras making their way onto the market; now it’s the turn of Olympus to enter the ring with the film SLR-inspired Olympus OM-D E-M5. On paper the OM-D makes for an exciting proposition, clai...
100%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2014-02-06
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 brings back the hallowed OM line of compact SLRs from Olympus, with a design that calls directly on the spirit of the original OM-1, released in 1972. The E-M5 is a Micro Four Thirds camera, however, sporting a new Live MOS image sen...
93%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2014-02-09
The OM-D E-M5 harks back to the hallowed OM line of Olympus's film SLRs with a design that calls directly on the spirit of the original OM-1, released circa 1972. But the E-M5 is a Micro Four Thirds camera, sporting a new Live MOS image sensor, an electro...
93%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2014-02-08
Along with its retro design and weather-sealed body, the Olympus E-M5 features a robust movie mode that provides you with a variety of manual video controls and features. It's not the best camera for video we've reviewed, but its performance and functions...
93%
digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2013-03-01
IT IS no secret that I'm a fan of retro cameras - to me, those old rangefinder cameras and SLRs have a special charm and ­simplicity not found in modern, more ­"organically" styled digital cameras.It looks like I'm not the only one who thinks so eithe...
Good Excellent build quality; relatively small size; fiveaxis image stabilisation works really well; improved ISO performance over the EP3...
Bad Price is a tad prohibitive.
Bottom line It's fair to say that Olympus has come up with their best Micro Four Thirds camera yet...
90%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-01
With the look of a classic camera and the innards of something truly modern, the latest Micro Four-Thirds camera from Olympus is one of the best devices we’ve seen all year. The new top tier camera from Olympus, the OM-D EM-5 harks back to a time whe...
Good Solid build; Looks and feels just like an old camera; Awesome kit lens; Features both a viewfinder and a multi-angle touchscreen OLED display; Insanely fast autofocus;...
Bad No built-in flash; Tilted touchscreen needs more angles;...
90%
photoreview.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-07
The camera body will be offered in black and silver and has the same Micro Four Thirds (M4/3) sensor and lens mount as the PEN models but features an integrated eye-level viewfinder and dust- and moisture-resistant magnesium-alloy body, like the E-5. Whil...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-03-01
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is the company's latest enthusiast-level Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens compact system camera. Taking its design cues from the company's esteemed 35mm ‘OM' SLR range, the EM-5 is the first and, for now at least, flagship mode...
Good Superfast AF and excellent image quality, Lots of features and user customisation, Easy to use and solid build quality, Good quality EVF and tiltable screen...
Bad Neck strap can get in the way, Plastic buttons feel a bit cheap...
90%
digitalartsonline.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-01
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design. Now, released as a digital body, the first offering in the...
Good Outstanding image quality. Highly customizable feature set. Compact design. Wide selection of accessories and lenses. Weather resistant body. Art Filters add fun factor. Good macro mode on 1250mm zoom. Fast autofocus and burst mode...
Bad Menu system can be daunting. No builtin mic adapter. Small buttons can be difficult for large fingers. Soft humming noise when powered up...
90%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-05-08
Olympus helped create the CSC category when it partnered with Panasonic to come up with the Micro Four-Thirds standard back in 2008. Its latest offering is by far its best, combining state-of-the-art technology and some classic retro design.With a stun...
Bottom line A superb camera that’s supported by a wide range of lenses and accessories, the OM-D is the perfect CSC for DSLR users looking for a lightweight companion camera.Related Tags: camera, compact, macworld, macworld australia, olympus, OM-D E-M5, photo, p...
90%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-05-08
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design, and this new generation is destined to achieve even gre...
Bottom line Olympus is a leader in the compact system camera revolution and the OM-D E-M5 solidifies that. It’s a good-looking, well-designed, highly capable camera.Related Tags: camera, compact, images, macworld, macworld australia, micro four-thirds, olympus, O...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-01
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design. Now, released as a digital body, the first offerin...
Bottom line Olympus has been a leader in the Compact System Camera revolution, and the OM-D E-M5 will solidify that position...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-01
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design. Now, released as a digital body, the first offering in...
Bottom line Olympus has been a leader in the Compact System Camera revolution, and the OM-D E-M5 will solidify that position. It is a good-looking, well-designed, highly capable camera. I recommend the 12-50 mm zoom lens with the body, which currently lists for £1...
90%
amateurphotographer.co.uk
Updated:
2014-04-02
Since the introduction of the Olympus Pen E-P1 in June 2009, the compact system camera (CSC) has taken the world by storm. The compact-sized Pen E-P1 was a clear homage to the original Olympus Pen series - a half-frame camera that spanned more than two de...
Bottom line I consider the styling and build quality of the OM-D E-M5 as being equal to the best compact system cameras around, especially with the grip and battery pack attached. Also, by using the micro four thirds to OM mount adapter, old OM lenses can find a new...
85%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-04-12
Three years after making its first entrance into the compact system camera arena with the PEN E-P1, Olympus has gone back to its roots again to produce the OM-D, with its retro styling owed to its analogue predecessor. Inside the camera are an all new...
Good Excellent viewfinder, Tilting touchscreen, Customisable dials and buttons, High image quality at low ISOs, New art filters...
Bad Plastic unresponsive buttons, No in, built flash, Odd (sound) emitted...
Bottom line The Olympus OM-D is of course an expensive proposition, at £1,149 for the single lens kit or £999 body-only, but when you consider all of the improvements that have been made, we think the extra expense when compared with an E-P3 is just about worth it...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2013-03-01
The optional HLD-6 battery grip is a pretty unusual accessory thanks to its two-in-one design. The lower grip has a compartment that can be loaded with two batteries to boost the camera's battery life, as well as a second shutter-release for working in...
Good Weatherproof finish (and weatherproof 1250 mm lens), Great retro design, Picture quality up to 3200 ISO, Two settings dials, Effective stabilisation system, Sharp, smooth EVF, Tilt LCD touchscreen, Quiet shutter release...
Bad No builtin flash (separate accessory supplied), Battery life could be better, Menus can be confusing, Handling room for improvement, No headphones or mic sockets for video, 3D AF tracking isn't always reliable, No GPS, no WiFi...
Bottom line The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is the best high-end micro four-thirds camera in the current Olympus range. It's fast, it takes great-quality pictures, it has a good EVF, a handy tilt LCD and an effective built-in stabilisation system. In fact, it's the best Oly...
80%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-01
The latest micro four-thirds camera from Olympus is clearly designed to appeal to all those hoary, wisened photographers who long for the good ol' days.DesignOlympus' new digital OM series is modeled after the company's original, beloved OM film camera...
Good Compact, relatively light magnesium body. Both the body and the 1250mm kit lens are weathersealed. Fun, creative art filters for incamera experimentation. A wide array of available lenses. Supercomfortable and almostindispensable grip attachment...
Bad No builtin popup flash. Can't change exposure settings while shooting video. Shallow eye cup diminishes the EVF's effectiveness in bright outdoor situations.
Bottom line Whether you're agog over the E-M5′s flashback styling or you're absolutely exhausted by the nostalgia of its sheathing, there's no denying it's at the head of this century's pack of compact mirrorless cameras. Given the guts of this camera, its usabili...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-04-01
Olympus’s latest Micro Four Thirds release - the OM-D E-M5 - builds on the brand’s heritage. Like the digital PEN (E-P) series that came before it, the OM-D is a digital reimagining of the original Olympus OM series - a 35mm film camera series that wa...
Good It’s got the look, innovative stabilisation system, fast autofocus, weather-sealed design, customisation and detailed menus, Micro Four Thirds opens door to many lenses...
Bad Poor battery life, pricey, poor low-light autofocus, ISO 200 is lowest sensitivity, image quality similar to Panasonic G3, continuous/tracking AF not a DSLR-beater, did we mention the price?...
Bottom line Sleek, stylish and classy: the E-M5's design, fast autofocus, innovative image stabilisation system and rugged body are all high points. But with poor battery life and a hefty price tag the first OM-D model is just a whisker shy of greatness. But we li...
80%
techlife.net
Updated:
2014-03-23
The OM-D E-M5 is Olympus's top-of-the-line MILC. It's aimed at the serious enthusiast photographer and gives a good challenge to the enthusiast DSLR cameras in the market.It comes with a pleasingly solid magnesium alloy body and it's equipped with an elec...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-01
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design. Now, released as a digital body, the first offering in...
Good Outstanding image quality; highly customisable feature set; compact design; wide seleciton of accessories and lenses; weather resistant body; art filters add fun factor; good macro mode on 12-50mm zoon; fast autofocus and burst mode...
Bad Menu system can be daunting; no built-in mic adapter; small buttons can be difficult for large fingers; soft humming when powered up...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-03-01
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is a compact micro four thirds camera with an interchangeable lens. It has a 16.3 megapixel LiveMOS sensor, shoots full 1080p high definition video, and has an ISO of 200-25,600, what Olympus claims to be world’s fastest autofocus...
Good One of the first things you'll notice when holding the Olympus OM-D E-M5 is its very high build quality. It’s tough, robust in feel and comes weather sealed to protect itself against grubby dirt particles and moisture, making the Olympus OM-D E-M5 ideal for shooting in testing conditions. The Olympus OM-D E-M is pretty stylish too, in a very retro kind of way that keeps things simple, but still h...
Bad At around the £1,000 the Olympus OM-D E-M5 does not come cheap, which is likely to put many off, or encourage enthusiasts to go for alternative DSLR cameras. A lack of microphone output means that the more enthusiast among photographers will have to spend extra on an adapter.
Bottom line The Olympus OM-D E-M5 has a wealth of features sure to impress most keen photographers, enthusiast or those new to micro four-thirds cameras. Excellent photos, good build quality and a blistering autofocus make the Olympus OM-D E-M5 one to check out...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-04-18
Olympus and Panasonic jointly developed the Micro Four Thirds system that kick-started the compact system camera (CSC) movement, but Olympus's early PEN cameras were overshadowed by the sprightlier performance of Panasonic's G series and, later, the highe...
Bottom line One of the best compact system cameras to date, but there are some weaker areas that we'd struggle to accept at this price...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-03-01
Cameras with a retro look and feel are big business right now, a trend Olympus arguably started with its original E-P1 Compact System Camera (CSC) from 2009, which harked back to its maker's ‘Pen' camera range of the 1950s/60s. Since then we've had the s...
Good Solid build and retro style, Angleadjustable OLED, Integral viewfinder...
Bad Backplate buttons are tiny...
80%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-11
Three years after making its first entrance into the compact system camera arena with the PEN E-P1, Olympus has gone back to its roots again to produce the OM-D E-M5, with its retro styling owed to its analogue predecessor.Inside the camera are an all new...
Good Excellent viewfinder, Tilting touchscreen, Customisable dials and buttons, High image quality at low ISOs, New art filters...
Bad Plastic unresponsive buttons, No inbuilt flash, Odd (sound) emitted...
Bottom line You might also like... Best compact system camera Our initial impressions of this camera were very promising, and after having spent a lot more time with it now, we're happy to report that its charms still manage to hold our attention for the most part, e...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-01
The Olympus OM-D series of compact system cameras is distinct from the company's PEN series of cameras. Both series are based on the Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens standard, but the new OM-D series is designed to appeal more towards serious pho...
Good Very good image quality, Stacks of functions and filters, Good video mode, Built-in EVF...
Bad Lots of menus, can be daunting to use, Some buttons are too small and uncomfortable, Hinges screen not useful for self portraits...
Bottom line The Olympus OM-D is a striking camera with a with a ton of features that cater to both enthusiast (or pro) users and casual photographers. We looked at the weatherproof kit, which comes with a splashproof macro lens and we definitely had a lot of fun u...
80%
digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2013-04-17
Here's one thing I noticed while carrying this camera around - people who saw me using it often remarked "Cool camera!"The general assumption was that it was a vintage film SLR. Then the curious onlooker would see the digital LCD display behind the cam...
Good The user interface is friendly and easy to manipulate, and there are both dial and touchscreen controls...
Bad Mini flash is too small for taking pictures at night.
Bottom line The results are remarkable - you can get sharp, colour-rich pictures with amazing detail...
80%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-05-05
Olympus has a knack for fusing retro form with modern function, but it has set a high watermark with the OM-D E-M5. It recalls Olympus' OM film cameras of the 1970s and 1980s, and uses the same Micro Four Thirds system as Olympus' PEN and Panasonic's 
G S...
Bottom line Olympus raises the bar for compact system cameras, but this capable all-rounder fails to shine in the company of upmarket DSLRs...
67%
photoanswers.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-01
With an old-school appearance and a few new creative functions, is this the classic camera with digital punch Olympus users have been waiting for? We test the pre-production Olympus OM-D on a trip to Amsterdam...
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avhub.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-05
OK, the declaration first. I'm a dyed-in-the-wool Olympus OM tragic. Have been since my high school days and was the proud owner of a Praktica until the OM-1 was launched. Suddenly my East German-built 35mm SLR looked very agricultural next to the jewel-l...
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hereshow.ca
Updated:
2013-03-01
The classy Olympus E-M5 is one of the most desirable Compact System Cameras. With its SLR-like controls, speed and feature set, it would be a fine choice for photo enthusiasts...
Good DSLRlike style, controls, speed and versatility, Rugged, weathersealed body with highres EVF, Tilting OLED screen; some touchscreen controls...
Bad Button customization options increase complexity, Drive speed slows to 3.5fps when Stabilizer is on, Autofocus could be more effective with moving subjects...
Bottom line Not much larger or heavier than an Olympus E-P3 camera with the optional electronic viewfinder installed, the E-M5 offers several benefits. Those include greater resolution, speed and versatility; as well as a splash-proof body, built-in EVF and OLED t...
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ephotozine.com
Updated:
2014-01-19
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 shook up the mirrorless and Digital SLR market when it was introduced last year in 2012, with a classic SLR styling, combined with the Micro Four Thirds system, and a Sony sensor, it set a new benchmark in the level of image quality...
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ephotozine.com
Updated:
2014-01-19
When introduced, the Panasonic Lumix GX7 came with some bold claims, including better noise performance than the Olympus OM-D E-M5. As these two cameras are available at a similar price, and have a similar set of features, such as 9fps continuous shoot...
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ephotozine.com
Updated:
2014-01-19
The Olympus PEN E-P5 is the latest Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus and is their premium level PEN camera, replacing the E-P3, and has a number of features from the Olympus OM-D E-M5, as well as improvements over the E-M5. Here we look at the mai...
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techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-03-20
Sometimes you come across a camera that makes photography simple. Olympus’ OM-D E-M5 is one such beast. Granted, its battery life is not that great, and yes, its buttons are so small you would think it was designed for five year olds, but once set up...
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howtospendit.ft.com
Updated:
2013-11-06
This is Olympus's latest mini-marvel, a miniature DSLR, in effect. Stylistically, it's pretty much a clone of the OM series that died out in 2003. Technically, the OM-D, as it's called, is not at all retro, but a near-professional, feature-laden, thorough...
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avhub.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-06
It's a toss-up with Fujifilm's X100 as to whether it or the E-M5 is the camera we've been the most excited about road-testing. Regardless, the Olympus is also on the way to achieving cult status. Heritage aside, the OM-D system is critical to Olympus's fu...
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dpexpert.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-01
REVIEW—OLYMPUS OMD E-M5] by terry on 24 May 2012 Price: $1479 “Movie kit” with 12–50mm lens Bliss! THE LOW-DOWN: This is a 16 megapixel micro four thirds camera in a body reminiscent of Olympus OM 35mm SLRs, but a little smaller. The high resolution...
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smh.com.au
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2013-03-01
Read later Olympus OMD EM-5. This is a 16-megapixel micro four thirds camera in a body reminiscent of Olympus OM 35mm SLRs, but a little smaller. The high-resolution electronic viewfinder is built into the classic SLR hump. The LCD swivels verticall...
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