Excerpt: I really, really wanted to like this camera. I have an OM-1 from 1978 and the retro styling, size, and quality seemed to be just what I was looking for. But after a week with the camera and several hundred shots, I feel like this camera misses more than it hits for me.
Excerpt: I returned my first OM-D E-M5 and exchanged it for another one because it was defective. My first shot in a series was often very underexposed even though it was metered correctly. The next shot, taken a second later without adjusting any settings, would be properly exposed using the same f-stop and...
Pros: Good in Low Light, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Summary: I have owned a Nikon D7000 with the 18-200 VR II lens for the last couple of years. I love it. But it has failed me at times because I didn’t want to lug it around. In situations where I am going to be walking around for hours it just got too burdensome.
Excerpt: Tough little camera. Pretty good image resolution, and easy to use, but terrible battery life. Battery charge meter shows full charge all the way until the battery dies on my unit. I missed shooting a once in a lifetime concert because of this. Batteries died right at the start of the concert.
Pros: Easy to Use, Small / Compact
Cons: Inacurate Battery Meter, Lag / Shutter Delay, Short Battery Life
Summary: It's noisy as you may have already read it someplace. It starts up fast and takes images fast. Thousands of options, OK maybe not that many but all the manual options and many built in art modes. What I don't understand how can people state that this takes amazing photos.
Summary: The product was delivered on time, but the packaging was all messed up, it makes me concerned weather it is a brand new product or not. I ordered a new camera how do I find out if it is quality
Summary: Great compact (kinda) camera with some great and growing lens options. Best camera I have ever had, very sharp rich pictures. Fairly complex menus can be confusing -- but that comes with choices.
Summary: I have owned the Panasonic GX1 for about nine months and the Olympus OM-D E-M5 for about three weeks. The E-M5 is a disappointment in comparison to the GX1 specifically in that the E-M5 does not focus as fast, as accurately or in as low light as does the GX1.