New Olympus E-M1II tests available on the web. Take a look at the additional coverage for the OM-D Mark II we selected.
The OM-D E-M1 Mark II features a 20-megapixel image sensor and TruePic VII Dual Quad Core Image Processor. It sports 60 fps continuous shooting rate with an electronic shutter, 18 fps with continuous autofocus, and 15 fps with a mechanical shutter. The specs list include 121 cross-type AF on-sensor phase detection points, 4K video recording. Check the previous recap of Olympus E-M1 Mark II tests and first impressions and hands-on previews articles.
New Olympus E-M1II tests
In-general, the Micro Four Thirds shooter provides excellent image quality, high ISO performance and dynamic range. But the lack of built-in flash and only one SD slot supports UHS-II is the downsides of the camera.
Imaging Resource posted their final review. See their conclusion below.
Overall, not only is it a major upgrade over its predecessor, but the Olympus E-M1 Mark II also offers excellent speed, C-AF capabilities, burst shooting and image quality performance, such that DSLR users should really give the OM-D platform another look. The original E-M1 was a significant leap in capabilities for the Micro Four Thirds system, and the E-M1 II is even more so. For someone looking to downsize from a large, bulky DSLR to a more compact, lighter system, the Olympus E-M1 Mark II is the way to go without sacrificing speed and performance.
These are the latest Olympus E-M1II tests surfaced on the web. Stay with Daily Camera News for more information on cameras and lenses.
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