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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Camera Body only - Silver/Black £199 delivered @ SRS
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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Camera Body only - Silver/Black £199 delivered @ SRS

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Cool and classically styled with some beautiful switches and dials, the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II combines a compact all-metal body with some of the most advanced technology from the Olympus OM-D E-M1 and E-M5 Mark II. Thanks to the 5-axis in-body Image Stabilisation it enables blur-free still and movie shooting on the move, even in low light. In addition to a large, high-definition, high-speed OLED Electronic Viewfinder, a tiltable 3-inch touchscreen and 4k time lapse movie capability, it offers image sharing and remote control via Wi-Fi using the Olympus OI.Share app on a smartphone.

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II features:
  • Powerful 5-axis in-body Image Stabilisation system with equivalent of 4 steps of shutter speed.
  • Lightweight, compact and premium all-metal body with distinctive metal dials and retro On/Off switch.
  • High-speed, OLED EVF with 2,360k dots for accurate framing and assessing creative adjustments in real time.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for remote control shooting and sharing via a smartphone with OI.Share app.
  • 4k time lapse video creation in ultra-high definition.
  • 16.1 MP Live MOS Sensor.
  • 81-area multiple AF.
  • High-speed sequential shooting at 8.5 fps.
  • 14 Art Filters with a selection of effects for more creative shooting.
  • Large, 3-inch, tiltable high- res touchscreen LCD with fingerprint-resistant coating.
  • Built-in TTL flash that’s perfect for special effects, fill-in flash for travel photography or portraiture.
  • Olympus Supersonic Wave Filter for automatic sensor dust reduction.
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Amazing value!
Has this got vintage value, ? It's seems like old junk to me but vintage value for some .
Anyone know whether this has clean hdmi out? Thanks ...
Does anyone happen to know if 35mm OM10 lenses will work on this body with an adapter? If there is one?
Edited by: "argt7" 24th Dec 2019
argt724/12/2019 20:31

Does anyone happen to know if 35mm OM10 lenses will work on this body with …Does anyone happen to know if 35mm OM10 lenses will work on this body with an adapter? If there is one?


You will need an OM to M43 adaptor and then use focus peaking for focusing. Also, because of the sensor size, the lens will be the equivalent of 70mm full frame
sam_of_london24/12/2019 19:00

Has this got vintage value, ? It's seems like old junk to me but vintage …Has this got vintage value, ? It's seems like old junk to me but vintage value for some .


It's a capable camera for £200, and M43 has a good range of cheap lenses. The sensor is a little old but for the money I don't think you'll get alot better.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 24th Dec 2019
alsproject24/12/2019 20:40

You will need an OM to M43 adaptor and then use focus peaking for …You will need an OM to M43 adaptor and then use focus peaking for focusing. Also, because of the sensor size, the lens will be the equivalent of 70mm full frame


Sorry I'm a novice, if I understand correctly I would be completely fine with manual focussing with the 35mm lens, are you also saying that I'd have to be zooming a minimum of 70mm for a full frame picture?

Apologies again!
ah_heng24/12/2019 20:01

Anyone know whether this has clean hdmi out? Thanks ...


No, you can have a live viewfinder on your phone over wifi using the Olympus app, but it's not instant, noticeable lag
bobbyzero24/12/2019 20:58

No, you can have a live viewfinder on your phone over wifi using the …No, you can have a live viewfinder on your phone over wifi using the Olympus app, but it's not instant, noticeable lag


Thanks... I was hopefull at this price
argt724/12/2019 20:50

Sorry I'm a novice, if I understand correctly I would be completely fine …Sorry I'm a novice, if I understand correctly I would be completely fine with manual focussing with the 35mm lens, are you also saying that I'd have to be zooming a minimum of 70mm for a full frame picture?Apologies again!



As the camera is mirrorless, you will need to turn on focus peaking (a focusing aid built into the camera) when using legacy lenses to make sure that the element you want is in focus but you will still use the focus ring on the lens to focus. There is an element in cameras called crop factor which is basically compares the sensor size to a full frame sensor (or 35mm film) which you need to bear in mind so in micro 4/3 terms, as the sensor is half the size of full frame, it has a 2x crop factor
alsproject24/12/2019 21:37

As the camera is mirrorless, you will need to turn on focus peaking (a …As the camera is mirrorless, you will need to turn on focus peaking (a focusing aid built into the camera) when using legacy lenses to make sure that the element you want is in focus but you will still use the focus ring on the lens to focus. There is an element in cameras called crop factor which is basically compares the sensor size to a full frame sensor (or 35mm film) which you need to bear in mind so in micro 4/3 terms, as the sensor is half the size of full frame, it has a 2x crop factor


Thanks, I understand now, much appreciated for the effort, time and information!
ah_heng24/12/2019 20:01

Anyone know whether this has clean hdmi out? Thanks ...


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I think sony a5100 one of cheapest options.
As mentioned abovee - M4/3 have a 2X crop factor - a 50mm lens will look like 100mm.
Not so good for wide / indoors. Better to try used sony nex for manual lenses
Focus peaking is helpful but focus magnify is better.
Olympus sensors haven't changed much since 16mp introduced 2012??
Only top dollar sensors are better dxomark.com/Cam…as/
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