Excerpt: Right out of the box, I was surprised at how small and lightweight the body was. My previous camera was an Olympus Evolt 510, which is a 4/3 camera, weighs considerably more and is bigger. Well, it didn't take long for me to fall in love.
Excerpt: I like the m-1, T could do without the company. The rep I met said Olympus would fix the green spot instead of charging the $. I send my camera off, so far 7 weeks, just a little too long. Olympus seen to be two companies.
Excerpt: I purchased this camera about a month ago. It is solidly built, feels great in my hand, and takes wonderful pictures. Armed with some high quality manual focus lenses, this can replicate the 1960s rangefinder.
Excerpt: I've owned my Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera for two years now, and it has been on many adventures with me. So I've written up a review, posted to my blog here: http://www.14degrees.org/adventure-photography-olympus-om-d-e-m1-mirrorless-camera-long-term-review/ Suffice it to say that the camera is almost...
Excerpt: Like camera have several pro lens. I have the green dot in the evf that many people have mentioned. Call Olympus, answer, send camera and $185. to Olympus repair. I went to their site, said they would get back to me in 48 hour, it have a few weeks.
Summary: First thing you notice is the excellent build quality. I really wanted a camera I could take out in a thunderstorm. I did have to exchange my first E-M1. Some of the buttons weren't working. But my new copy works fine. My only real disappointment is the customization.
Summary: The image quality in 90% of lighting conditions is excellent. Great colors, very sharp. The camera is mostly very easy to use, lots of features packed into the camera and available via buttons, so it takes a little while to figure out how to get at all of the features.
Excerpt: Copied from my blog : For a long time, I wanted to post a review of the Olympus E-M1 and how it compared to the Olympus E-M5 I had before. However, I guess this is not relevant anymore with the release of the E-M10, the E-M5 II and the E-M10 II.
Summary: I've had my OMD-1 for almost a year, having shot thousands of images. Still learning how to make this baby sing, and sing it can. When things go wrong with what I capture vs what I expected, I know it ain't the camera's fault. Got the OMD-1 for its lightness/compactness. it does not disappoint.