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Olympus Om-D E-M1 Mark Iii Black Camera Body

olympus om d e m1 mark iii black camera body

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M1 Mark III Black Camera Body

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  • Multi-selector (Joystick) for quick selection of the AF area while looking through viewfinder
  • Dust proof/Slash proof/Freeze proof magnesium alloy weather sealed construction
  • 50MP handheld high resolution shot
  • 60 FPS (S-AF), 18 fps (C-AF tracking) continuous shooting with the silent electronic shutter
  • 121 point all cross type on chip phase detection plus contrast detection AF
  • Starry skies shooting mode
  • Dual SD card slots
  • IPX1 weather resistant rated

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Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.7
ListPrice : US $1799.99
Review Count : 195

olympus om d e m1 mark iii black camera body
olympus om d e m1 mark iii black camera body
olympus om d e m1 mark iii black camera body
olympus om d e m1 mark iii black camera body

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M1 Mark III Black Camera Body

  • This is not my first micro four thirds camera. I bought the first OMD EM-1 when it came out to use while traveling. So I already had some lenses. At the time, there were only one or two PRO lenses when it came out, so most are everyday lenses. Still, it produced some great images. Since then, my skills have improved and I purchased two full frame Nikons (810 and Z7). I don\'t think it\'s reasonable to compare them. Each has different features and excels in different areas. So why did I upgrade the Olympus? Size and portability. I\'m not getting any younger. Full size lenses have significantly more weight to them. The fact that a 400 mm Nikkor lens weighs more than multiple Olympus lenses put together, with the same or greater focal length, is becoming more important as I age. Yes, there are differences in their capabilities, but I have to say, the improved image stabilization of the Olympus has been a game changer.Prior to the improved stabilization, I felt the need to use the larger camera. Most smaller cameras are light enough that it\'s easy to move the camera while taking the shot. There are many instances when a tripod or monopod isn\'t permitted or practical to use. The heavier weight of the Nikon (or any full frame camera) was easier to balance. The improved stabilization of the Mark III has changed that. It also improves the quality of low light images significantly.I should tell you that I am not a professional. I am just an experienced hobbyist. If I were a pay-for-pics pro I would probably choose my Nikon system. I like to explore my own creativity and the Olympus lends itself to that. It\'s incredibly versatile. Astrophotography? Yes! Soccer games? Yes! Macro? Yes! Vacations? Yes! (and you\'ll love the way it\'s sealed for weather and active lifestyles) Landscapes, camping, wildlife, celebrations, life can take on just about anything you can imagine.There\'s a lot more than megapixels to cameras. While this one is 20 mp, in high-res mode, it can produce an 80 mp image. That\'s far more than most of us need. The tech this employs to acheive that level of detail also produces incredible color quality. The battery life is significantly improved from the first iteration, although it still doesn\'t come close to lasting as long as Nikon batteries. So pick up an extra battery or two.Overall, I really like using this camera. The best camera to use is the one you have in your hand. That\'s exactly why most of us love the camera feature in our phones. This camera is packed with features and it\'s lightweight, compact size makes it easy to keep within reach for all those occasions you\'d like to capture.
  • Couldnt be happier. Buy it, there are no negatives. Certainly proven pro capability and more important quality. More features than even pro\'s may need. I have several Olympus and Panasonic\'s with pro glass and use it with my FF Nikon stuff but only to ease lens changes really, in given situations. I have yet to regret an Olympus shot not having been done with the FF Nikon. The M43 glass is unmatched and way better optically and smaller. it is also fun to buy a superpro spec quality lens at one tenth the price of its FF equavalent, go research for yourself comparing for example the 300 (600) mms F4 and then speak to wildlife pros. Especially pro lady photographers love beating the outdated rest in this way. Depth of field is far more practical like bokeh for portraits and deep focus for macro and landscapes. This is a serious tool but Em1Mark ii , EM5 etcetera and Panasonic are equally capable. The way I use it I don\'t miss focus and iso 6400 noise is not an issue with e.g. Topaz Denoise AI. Heartily recommended buy. Stock up on this and lots of batteries. It is so good, rewarding and fun to use you may never display it as a collector\'s piece after Olympus divestment. My EM 1Mii convinced me this stuff doesn\'t break, not even in the rain. And image stabilization is spooky good. Great for blogging, video and especially fotos in good light and those dark entertainment scenarious. Most useful for weddings because you are more mobile than with any other setup bar none. I first bought it as fun stuff to replace the Olympus XZ 1 which lived in my pocket everyday as I had FF stuff for \"serious\" photography. I very quickly changed my definition. Even family events are way more fun and my dog no longer growls when I point lenses at him.
  • Amazing! I\'ve been shooting Olympus cameras since they came out with the OM-1 back in the mid-\'70s. They\'ve always emphasized their small form factor, light weight, and outrageously rugged build, and they remain faithful with their OM-D EM-1 Mark III. The image stabilization is jaw-dropping good for hand-held work, but the internal gyro does add a bit of vibration. I\'m not a really big fan of lugging around my old Manfrotto 055, it\'s freakin\' heavy even without another 25# of camera and lens, but put Olympus\' 300mm F4 lens and 2x teleconverter on this camera, put it on a tripod, turn off the IS to eliminate the last tiny vibration, and use a remote shutter release? Oh my!
  • Great camera. Would recommend for professionals or those really into photography. I has no scn mode, no auto mode, and is pretty complicated. I sent it back and got a M5 Mark III instead.

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