The E-M5 III was released in late 2019, with an attractive design and various features take from the flagship E-M1X. One of its closest competitors within the Olympus range is the E-M1 II, which is now more than three years old and has a replacement (E-M1 III) but is still worth considering for various reasons.
Olympus vs Olympus
Updated on: July 3rd 2019 The flagship OM-D E-M1X is Olympus’ most advanced and expensive mirrorless camera to date, and it is also the first to adopt a design with a built-in vertical grip. The two-year-old OM-D E-M1 mark II has lost its front-runner title as a result, but retains its rightful place just a step […]
The E-M1 mark II was released in late 2016 and had impressive specifications for its time. The fast sensor readout, in addition to providing burst speeds of 60fps with the electronic shutter, also allowed for the implementation of interesting functions such as Pro Capture. The image stabilisation was state of the art and various features […]
Updated on: July 1st, 2018 The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II rapidly became one of the most interesting offerings within the entry/mid-level mirrorless segment when it was released in 2015. Thanks to its attractive retro design, vast number of features and reasonable price, it is no wonder that it is still a popular choice among […]
Updated on: March 2nd, 2018 This comparison article was originally produced in 2015 for MirrorLessons, the first in our family of websites dedicated to mirrorless cameras. After upgrading the comparison section of MirrorLessons to a brand new website (yep, the one you are on right now!), we began migrating older articles that are still relevant today. We also took the opportunity to […]