Initial impressions of Olympus' new flagship are strong
As more and more companies release large sensor compacts, the future of the Micro Four Thirds system might seem hazy.
Enter the OM-D E-M1, Olympus' new flagship ILC; after spending a day shooting with it, my faith in the system has been reignited. But what exactly? How about a well-designed, light-weight camera, that is quite capable, even in the crummiest situations.
Hands On Video: OlympusOM-D E-M1
But before we can make a conclusive verdict on just how good a camera the E-M1 is, we'll have to run it through our full scientific lab testing. For now, here's a sample gallery to wet you whistle.
Note: All of the images were shot with a Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 Asph lens. Images were shot at the largest size JPG in Adobe RGB. They were converted to sRGB in Adobe Photoshop CS5. No editing has been done. Please click the full-res link on each, for a larger view.
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