Olympus E-M5 II Review: Is this the best argument yet for the Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera?
posted Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 4:56 PM EDT
Early in 2012, Olympus took its mirrorless camera line in a new direction with the enthusiast-friendly OM-D E-M5. Now, as we complete our Olympus E-M5 II review, it's time for us to cast judgement on the camera which takes the OM-D series to the next level with an ever more feature-packed design.
Sporting upgrades throughout -- including a spectacularly impressive new multi-shot high resolution mode which merits an entire page to itself in our review -- the Olympus E-M5 II understandably generated a lot of excitement when it launched last February. And we were no less excited ourselves, because once we'd familiarized ourselves with its control-packed body, the E-M5 II captivated us in a way that few cameras can. It was just plain fun to shoot with, and we think that showed in our photos!
And now, we can bring the story to its end as we finalize our review. We've dotted the last few 'i's, crossed the last 't's, and added both our in-depth image quality analysis and our final thoughts on the E-M5 II. But what is our verdict: Is this a good camera, or a truly great one? For the answer to that question, you'll want to read both of our in-depth Shooter's Reports, as well as the conclusion itself.
Hop on over to our Olympus E-M5 II review now, and find out if it's time you made the leap to Olympus' most exciting Micro Four Thirds camera yet!