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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II in Silver with 14-42mm and 40-150mm Lenses - £359.10 @ Jessops with voucher
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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II in Silver with 14-42mm and 40-150mm Lenses - £359.10 @ Jessops with voucher

£359.10£440.4018%Jessops Deals
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Posted 23rd Aug

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Update: Get a further 10% off the £399 price with BANKHOL10 voucher - thanks to @chubbybeats for pointing this out.

This kit is on offer once again.

The Olympus E-M10 II twin lens kit provides photographers with a broad focal range to cover subjects near and far. It’s a lightweight combination that’s suitable for landscape photography as well as distant subjects.

The E-M10 II is a compact mirrorless camera aimed at enthusiast photographers looking for a perfect balance between classic style, portability and image quality.

Featuring a high-sensitivity 16.1-megapixel Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor and super fast 81-area Multi AF the E-M10 II can be used to produce high-quality images that still look good when printed large or viewed on big screens such as tablets and TVs. Compatible with over 40 Olympus micro-four-thirds lenses, the E-M10 II is a great choice for a wide range of photographic areas including street photography and fashion, to travel photography and landscapes.
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Get an additional 10% off with code BANKHOL10. Making it £359.10
chubbybeats23/08/2019 09:27

Get an additional 10% off with code BANKHOL10. Making it £359.10


Thanks, I've updated the deal (and credited you for the voucher).
Seems very good value.
What are these kit lens like?
I was told that this camera doesn't perform well in low light conditions. That was one opinion from a so called 'expert'. Does anyone have any experience with this camera? If so - thoughts?
I love mine, and I think that's a bargain for the amount of camera you get. Both kit lenses are perfectly useable, and the pancake 14-42 one makes the camera super portable for point and shoot snapping. For better low light performance, you can look at faster lenses. I have since bought a couple of nice primes and one of the Pro Zoom lenses for mine. It'll never be quite as good as a DSLR, but for my uses, the neat and portable size wins out. In my case, the photographer is the limitation, not the camera
heck of a price, heat added
(probably best deal have ever seen on this camera)
Edited by: "brilly" 23rd Aug
I'd highly recommend this guy's youtube channel too.

youtube.com/cha…YFg

I found his videos really useful for a beginner wanting to learn how best to set up the camera. They really helped me to understand the more manual features. He does a lot of videos based on this specific camera.
Master0fNone23/08/2019 09:53

What are these kit lens like?


I bought the 40-150mm for my panasonic. Great value tele zoom
MrJenkinsEsq23/08/2019 10:32

I'd highly recommend this guy's youtube channel too. …I'd highly recommend this guy's youtube channel too. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4k4g9LVWmGOidD7tzRnYFgI found his videos really useful for a beginner wanting to learn how best to set up the camera. They really helped me to understand the more manual features. He does a lot of videos based on this specific camera.


Great channel, thanks. Very useful for OMD/ Pen owners and his style of presentation is very laid back and not 'in your face' as with some of the other channels. Not sure how I missed this one, subscribed now.
Thanks again.
Not one, but two lenses! Sony have a lot to learn from Olympus.
hcc2723/08/2019 12:15

Great channel, thanks. Very useful for OMD/ Pen owners and his style of …Great channel, thanks. Very useful for OMD/ Pen owners and his style of presentation is very laid back and not 'in your face' as with some of the other channels. Not sure how I missed this one, subscribed now.Thanks again.


Couldn't agree more. I stumbled across it after getting the camera in this deal last year, and the guides were so useful in getting more out of the camera, and also setting it up to be easier to use with shortcuts etc. Enjoyable and laid back videos that help you in the real world, rather than focusing on having the best/most expensive gear, and things that can be irrelevant and put off the more casual user.
Great price, I love mine, as said above, with the pancake lens it's incredibly small and portable, perfect for holidays and travel
tempt23/08/2019 12:18

Not one, but two lenses! Sony have a lot to learn from Olympus.


not really - they should have two cameras in the bundle - one for each lens
what are you supposed to do with one whilst the other is the camera? its just a spare part omg
surely they dont expect people to be able to swap lenses? that would be madness
imagine how many inane posts would be saved if people could swap lenses and add them to camera bodies
Got this a few weeks back at £399 (£385 with TCB) and its a cracking bit of kit for the money. Both lenses are more than capable at this level.

The camera itself feels and looks great, the body, switches etc are really nice to use - miles better than any of the competition (M100/A5000 etc)
brilly23/08/2019 13:07

not really - they should have two cameras in the bundle - one for each …not really - they should have two cameras in the bundle - one for each lenswhat are you supposed to do with one whilst the other is the camera? its just a spare part omg surely they dont expect people to be able to swap lenses? that would be madnessimagine how many inane posts would be saved if people could swap lenses and add them to camera bodies


Hurt my brain reading this.
Master0fNone23/08/2019 10:02

I was told that this camera doesn't perform well in low light conditions. …I was told that this camera doesn't perform well in low light conditions. That was one opinion from a so called 'expert'. Does anyone have any experience with this camera? If so - thoughts?


Low light needs a full frame or a flash. Its more to do with the physics than the camera. Low FStop lens and small camera sensor = lesser ability than wide aperture and bigger sensor.
Depending on what your snapping this is a critical consideration.
MFT should never be underestimated for non-ideal lighting however. There are F2.8 lens's that are tiny compared to APSC and Full frame version. As long as light doesnt drop to a critical level MFT can be impressive.
There are loads of wide aperture MFT lenses great for low light situations. I use an old manual 50mm F1.4 to great effect. The problem with MFT is the small size of the sensor does put restrictions on achieving shallow depth of field. Also the pixel count is limited compared to larger sensors, which makes cropping more limited.
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