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  • OM-D E-M1 Mark II Kit (12 - 40 mm, 20.40Mpx, 60FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • OM-D E-M1 Mark II Kit (12 - 40 mm, 20.40Mpx, 60FPS, Wi-Fi)
  • OM-D E-M1 Mark II Kit (12 - 40 mm, 20.40Mpx, 60FPS, Wi-Fi)
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Kit (12 - 40 mm, 20.40Mpx, 60FPS, Wi-Fi)

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12 ratings on Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Kit (12 - 40 mm, 20.40Mpx, 60FPS, Wi-Fi)

User Anonymous

Leading Edge!

War jahrelanger Nikon Benutzer. Nachdem dort nach einigen Jahren auch keine Reparaturen mehr möglich sind, hab ich mich umgeschaut. Die Olympus ist genial, schade hab ich das nicht früher gemerkt. Natürlich kann diese Kamera nicht, was eine Vollformatkamera kann - was aber für mich, als ambitionierter Hobbyfotograf, nicht relevant ist.more
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09.09.2019
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User hanskessler

Jedem zu empfehlen der die Vorteile der kleineren und leichteren Body`s und Objektive der MFT-Reihe schätzt. Vor allem beim Reisen, Trekking, Naturfotografie...

Im MFT Bereich unübertroffene Funktionalität. Mit der neuen Firmware 3.0 kommt sie bis auf wenige, für mich unwichtige Funktionen, an die neue viel teuere 1X.. Das Objektiv ist ausgezeichnet... deutlich schärfer als mein altes 12-50 mm. Allerdings steigt dann auch das Gewicht...

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24.07.2019
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User Cupra144192

Das Maß aller Dinge unter den MFT‘s

Ursprünglich wollte ich auf Vollformat umsteigen, da der Markt aktuell soviel Neuheiten wie Canon EOS R / Nikon Z6 & Z7 und den Sonys A7 bietet und ich mir derart unsicher war für was ich mich entscheiden soll, und wie stabil sich dieses Format entwickelt. Hab ich mich für ein Upgrade auf meinem bisherigen System MFT entschieden, ich hatte schon immer Olympus und wollte nun das Flagschiff. Ich liebe diese Kamera, doch eine Vollformat werde ich mir bestimmt in den folge Monaten anschaffen.more
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16.09.2018
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User michapebak

Würde ich nicht mehr kaufen. Vorher zu Fujifilm greifen.

Umständliche Bedienung, Bildqualität nicht überzeugend

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01.05.2018
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User Anonymous

Overall, I can recommend the camera. As so often, it always depends on the purpose and what you are willing to compromise. I am very satisfied and I have a lot of fun with the E-M1 II.

I bought the camera a year ago and I am very satisfied. This camera I use complementary to my Canon 5D Mk IV.

For a micro four-thirds camera, the E-M1 II is relatively large, but still lighter than a full-frame camera. Ideal for hiking and mountain excursions.

For me, the strengths lie in landscape and wildlife photography.

In landscape photography, I appreciate the High Res mode. However, the images have a certain "softness". Even if you use the "Pro" lenses. Nevertheless, you get more details than when you shoot with the normal 20 megapixels. As a bonus, the hi-res image has less noise and has a noticeably higher dynamic range.

For wild-shoot photography, the smaller sensor is an interesting compromise. The lenses are lighter and shorter. You take this camera with you even on a long hike. The electronic shutter extremely fast (60fps RAW) and even the mechanical shutter more than fast enough for most cases. ProCapture is a fantastic feature. The phase detection auto focus on the sensor clearly distinguishes the E-M II from other micro four-thirds cameras.

Of course, the small sensor of the E-M1 II can not keep up with a full-frame camera. It delivers 20 megapixels on the quarter of the area of ​​a full-frame sensor. This is especially noticeable when it comes to picture noise. 1600 ISO still produces usable pictures, but the noise is already clearly visible.

There are many small and lightweight micro four-thirds lenses. However, this small design also has its physical limits. Not only do you have to multiply the focal length by the crop factor two, but you have to be aware that you have to do this with the aperture as well. The Olympus "Pro" lenses are excellent, but also bigger, heavier and more expensive.

The menu is initially a bit cumbersome and partly based on confusing icons. For example, a heart means "silent" / sets the camera to the electronic shutter.
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02.01.2018
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User rhambalek

Perfect 4/3 camera for photography enthousiast

Switching from 5D Mark III i was expecting to compromise in some aspects... So far all my expectations are filled or exceeded both for feature and quality of created images.

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20.12.2017
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