Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Image Thread

Discussion in 'Olympus Cameras' started by jeffbet, Oct 19, 2015.

  1. jeffbet

    jeffbet Mu-43 Regular

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    Just picked up my E-M10 Mark II a couple weeks ago. I love it. My first Olympus is my E-M10, which I have been using all summer and fall. I find the Mark II has nice improvements for me. One of the biggest benefits for me is that I can shoot with sunglasses using the EVF. This is something I can't do with my Mark I.

    Let's see your images. Please post the lens you used and EXIF data if you like.

    Here is an image taken at 14mm with Panasonic 14-42mm lens, ISO 200, 1/500 sec at f9.0 using an art filter.

    Jeff

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  2. aphasiac

    aphasiac Mu-43 Regular

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    Testing the EM0II's new 5 axis stablization; coming from an EPL5, it's great!

    Lumix 20/1.7, f1.7, ISO 1600, 1/40.
    PB010024.
     
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  3. kschles

    kschles Mu-43 Regular

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    Ken
    Used the Oly 12-40 at F2.8. I find the lens is a nice match with the em10 II as long as I use the optional camera grip.

    image.
     
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  4. SteveLedger

    SteveLedger Guest

    My oldest cat, Peekai - 16yrs 3mths to date.
    He's sitting on a stool facing a window and with another window on the wall to his right. So there was some nice natural light.
    45mm 1/100sec f1.8 ISO 200

    PC300020.
    E-M10 Mark II - Silver
     
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  5. SteveLedger

    SteveLedger Guest

    My youngest cat, Sumpy - 2yrs 1month.
    45mm 1/100sec f1.8 ISO 1250

    P1050001_1.
    E-M10 Mark II - Silver
     
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  6. aphasiac

    aphasiac Mu-43 Regular

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    Taiwan
    Another test of the EM10II 5-axis IBIS at my local park

    Shot with P20/1.7 @f1.7, ISO2000, 1/30 handheld with electronic shutter. Adjusted exposure, shadows and white-balance in Lightroom - (crazy scene, camera couldn't get WB right).
    Note some banding in the shadows due to this camera + lens combination.

    P1010186.
     
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  7. jeffbet

    jeffbet Mu-43 Regular

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    Aphasiac,

    Amazing image. It just draws my eye in, and I can get lost in the picture looking at all that is going on. Well done.
     
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  8. D MATIC

    D MATIC Mu-43 Regular

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    What was it "exactly" that was the issue with sunglasses?
     
  9. jeffbet

    jeffbet Mu-43 Regular

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    Jun 7, 2015
    D Matic - I believe they took out polarizing filter in EVF. So, with Mark II I can shoot in sunlight with sunglasses on and use the EVF. With Mark I, same condition, could not see through EVF with sunglasses on.

    Jeff
     
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  10. wjiang

    wjiang Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Interesting... I wonder why? The E-M1 is still polarized. I got non-polarized transitions just so that I could keep using them with EVFs.
     
  11. Levster

    Levster Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Ah, I found that when using my E-M5 II with sunglasses that I couldn't take portrait shots using the EVF! It's nice to know that this camera does away with it.
     
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