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More Praises For the Olympus OM-D E-M5
Saturday 6 October 2012   —   Category: Equipment
As I have written in my blog entries over the past couple of months, I have been very happy with my new Olympus OM-​D E-​M5, which is currently the top of the line in Micro Four Thirds cameras. This type of photographic equipment is becoming so popular, there are a number of Web sites devoted to the subject, which keep up with all the latest hap­pen­ings in the µ4/3s world, including: I’ve read quite a number of articles on the E-M5, and I’m happy to report that it seems like I’ve purchased an excellent little camera. Of course, no camera is perfect, but the rave reviews continue unabated.

Two notable articles I came across this week are worth taking a look at. The first one is by an Italian named Gianni Galassi: My Four Months With the Olympus OM-D. He sums up his review by writing:
All in all, the Olympus OM-D E-M5 is a camera that one can be tempted to build a system around.... despite its few quirks the Olympus OM-D E-M5 is definitely the best digital camera I have ever used. From now on Micro Four Thirds, thanks to its perfect balance between sensor size and image quality, is no longer a promising beginner but a serious and reliable option for any photographer who wants to build an affordable and long-lasting lightweight system.
After mulling over Gianni’s words, it’s time to indulge in a visual feast! The second articles is a collection of stunning photos taken with the OM-D E-M5 in New York City recently. You can find it at: My Recent Trip to New York.

Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the page, because there are additional photos in the middle of the reader comments section.

These photos can give you an idea of what the amazing OM-D E-M5 is ca­pa­ble of. As for myself, I wholeheartedly agree with Gianni: no regrets!
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