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Olympus EM 5 DSLR Kit 12-50mm Black - Expert Reviews
Olympus EM 5 (lens 12-50 mm) is probably the newest Micro Four Thirds compact system from Olympus, which it developed in the collaboration with Panasonic and was first of its kind to feature an in-built viewfinder. Olympus E-M5’s design is made keeping in mind Olympus OM series of SLRs that ruled the world once in the late 1970s. Those lucky enough to be alive today having lived that period know the advertising that was done for the products which included the superstars of that time. By bringing forth the OM range, Olympus is definitely making a huge statement that the Micro Four Thirds compact system cameras that it features can do anything that your average DSLR can do, the only difference, actually coming quite in the favour of Olympus is that Olympus E-M5 is a lot smaller. Now let us talk about the features of the particular camera, Olympus E-M5 is based around a 16.1 Megapixels Four Thirds MOS sensor. It looks quite like a pentaprism and instead of an optical viewfinder there is an electronic viewfinder which has 1.4 million pixel resolution, and to add the cherry to the topping, there is a 3 inch flip up OLED touch screen which fancies a resolution of a good 610k pixels.
The Body of Olympus E-M5 has built-in stabilisation which works with almost any Olympus lens you attach and has a new design which recompenses for camera movement on five axes - three more than the conventional up/down and side-to-side correction of most conservative stabilisation systems. Olympus EM-5 has the full capabilities to shoot at the speed of 9 frames per second which means 4.2 frames per second when added alongside continuous AF and gives all the ordinary Olympus filters in addition to PASM exposure modes and iAuto mode along with a face detect AF. Olympus OM E-M5 is also a winner in video recording and can record videos at 1080p at 30 frames per second with manual exposure control and can record stereo audio with adjustable level control. Olympus E-M5 also becomes the first Micro Four Thirds body to be weather sealed along with its 12-50mm kit lens and an additional flash.
Design and Build Quality
The body of Olympus EM 5 weighs 425 grams with battery and cards included and measures 121 x 80 x 41.9 mm, with this the camera is indeed small but assuring lift. Perhaps size is it’s most captivating feature. Probably because of the SLR style one would expect something SLR-suited size but on the contrary it’s more a compact camera. However, once you attach the 12-50 mm kit lens, the total weight sums up to 636 gram. Designed very appropriately, with camera’s top plate being home to 3 dials and control dials on the hump gracing its left. This is positioned with the PASM modes and Art, SCN (scene modes), iAuto and Movie mode. While on the hump on right you’ll find two unmarked dials. Lastly, the main dial overcasts the sub dial that covers the shutter release and obtrudes on the front, easily accessible to your index finger.
Focus and Face Detection
Olympus EM 5 (as per the claims made by Olympus) has the world’s fastest AF system, and yes, it is certainly vest fast, atleast in single AF mode it is, in this case there is very little, if any perceptible delay between half pressing the shutter and locking on the AF, even when the lighting conditions are the best. By default AF has 35 points in a 7x5 grid which covers all but the edges of the frame.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Olympus E-M5 is available as a body only product with the only color variations being silver or black, as a kit with the M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 kit lens. Like the body of this device, the lens is also available in two colors and also sports weather-sealing. The ergonomics of this device are strong and professional despite being in a plastic body, with all the mobile components being a part of the internal system of the device. The Four Thirds sensor gives result to 2x reduction in the view-field and hence the 35 mm full frame equivalent range of this lens is 24-100mm.
Screen and Menus
So when the eye piece sensor captures your eye the EVF works and the OLED screen goes off. During default mode, the screen enables display info but that can be used for composing via pressing the button opposite to viewfinder. What size screen does Olympus OM-D E M5 caters? It’s a brilliant 3 inch 610k pixel Touch OLED screen, this is used on EP-3 and shares the same 3;2 proportions which course into narrow black bars in live view down either side of the screen. To top it all, the screen is tilt-able and moves about on a cantilevered hinge, and can maximally be titled vertically and downwards to 50 degrees. Olympus has supervised to install the touch screen on the PEN E-P4 so to compliment the physical controls, this gives additional genuine functions. Addition to this, with the help of Super Control Panel display one can just tap away the settings that need adjustment and during ‘Live view’ touch to bring focus quickly. Sad for Olympus, its competition Lumix G3 has a fully articulated, flip-able and ‘twist to any face direction’ ability rather than just titling vertically.
The camera of Olympus EM 5 uses BLN-1 lithium-ion battery good enough for approximately 330 images on a full go. The camera for memory uses SD, SDHC, SDXC, and UHS-1 cards. Good thing about the battery compartment placement is it’s situated far away from the tripod bush, so you can operate it while the tripod is being used.
Olympus EM 5 has the capabilities to shoot movies in Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution at 30 frames per second, 24 and 25p frame rates are not available in this device. Full HD format is offered at two quality settings with average bit rates of 20 and 17Mbits/s. In a move away from the ACVCHD format of the PEN series, Olympus EM 5 gives video using the H.264 codec and saves files in a QuickTime .mov wrapper.
Olympus E-M5 has a 16.1 MP sensor which is pretty much the same size as used in all the other Micro Four Thirds compact system cameras and Four Thirds system SLRs. It's smaller than the APS-C sensors common in DSLRs and results in a 2x reduction in the field of view compared with a full frame 35mm sensor.
(1) Tough weather-sealed build quality.
(2) Outstanding High ISO noise performance.
(3) Great quality viewfinder and tilting OLED touch-screen.
(4) 5-axis image stabilisation which works with any lens.
(5) 2, 3, 5 and 7-frame auto bracketing.
(1) Screen only tilts and there's no touch functions in movie modes.
(2) Distracting whirring noise from stabilisation motor.
(3) No built-in mic socket.
(4) Flash unit clips-on rather then being built-in.
(5) Continuous AF not as consistent as a phase-detect system.
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Olympus EM 5 DSLR Kit 12-50mm Black Specifications
AC Adapter Battery: BLN-1 Li-ion battery (included), Power battery holder: (Option) Power Battery Holder HLD-6, AC adaptor: (Option) AC adapter AC-3 Optional HLD-6 has DC-IN jack for AC-3
Battery Type Li-ion Battery
Dimensions 4.8 x 3.5 x 1.7 inches [CIPA guideline compliant, excluding protrusions]
Weight 373 gms
In The Box Main Unit, Body, Flash FL-LM2, Li-ion battery BLN-1, Li-ion battery charger BCN-1, USB cable, AV cable, Shoulder strap, OLYMPUS Viewer 2 (CD-ROM), Instruction manual, Warranty card
Additional Features Adjustment, 000 dots Pixel Number, 1.15x Magnification, 100% Field of View, 100% Field of View, 10x, 14x, 17.2 Total MP, 18 mm Eye Point, 3 Styles Selectable, 35 Points Focus Area, 440, 7 Levels Brightness Adjustment, 7 Levels Correction of Color Temperature, 7x, AF Illuminator, AF Lock, AF Tracking, Aperture Priority, Art Filter, Bulb, Displayed Information, Exposure Compensation: 3 EV in increments, Exposure Modes: Programme Automatic, Face Detection Extension Eye Detect AF: Off, Filters: Hybrid IR Cut Filter, Fixed LPF Filter, Full Time AF, Image Stabilizer Effective Compensation Range: 5 EV Steps, Image Stabilizer Modes: Five-dimensional, Left Side Priority, Live View: Displayed Information, Magnesium Alloy Body Material, Magnification Levels: 5x, Manual, Micro Four Thirds Lens Mount, Near Side Priority, Predictive AF, Right Side Priority, Scene Modes, Shutter Priority, Time, TruePic VI Engine Type, Vertical or Horizontal Activation, Viewfinder: 1, iAuto