Olympus E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Silver)

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Product Highlights
  • 16.1MP Live MOS Sensor
  • TruePic VI Image Processor
  • 3.0" Tilt Touchscreen LCD
  • Full HD 1080p Video in MOV & AVI Formats
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • 5 Axis Image Stabilization with IS Auto
  • 9 fps Burst Shooting; 1/8000s Shutter
  • Built-In Flash with Wireless Capability
  • Includes M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8 Lens
  • Includes VF-4 Electronic Viewfinder

The silver E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder from Olympus combines the high performance Micro Four Thirds format E-P5 digital camera with a 34mm equivalent wide-angle lens and the new VF-4 Electronic Viewfinder for stable and clear image composition.

The E-P5 houses a 16.1MP Live MOS sensor and the TruePic VI Image Processor for clear, high resolution still photos and Full HD 1080p video capture. With ISO sensitivity up to 25600 and 5-axis Image Stabilization, low light imaging is clear and free from the blurring effects of camera shake. Shutter speeds as fast as 1/8000 second and burst shooting up to 9 fps will help you catch fast moving subjects and fast autofocus allows the camera to keep pace with the action. A 3.0" Tilt Touchscreen LCD provides image composition and playback. Tilting up 80º and down to 50º, the LCD monitor lets you avoid harsh glare and shoot from odd angles. It also provides touch control of autofocus, shutter release, menu navigation, Art Filter and Scene Mode selection, playback and Wi-Fi connection. 

Speaking of which, the E-P5 features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity which allows to you to instantly transfer images from your camera to smartphone for storage and sharing and it offers remote viewing, shutter release and Touch AF from your smartphone or tablet. GPS functionality and geo-tagging of your images is also possible with the Wi-Fi connection and QR Code connection makes establishing your connection simple.

A camera for every level of shooter, the E-P5 offers RAW format shooting with in-camera processing, full manual exposure control, interval shooting with auto time-lapse video and live bulb shooting. It also provides automatic modes for point and shoot style ease, focus peaking for confident focus control, a self-timer with audio countdown and art filters to add creative touches to your photos and videos.

The EP-5 continues in the PEN tradition of handsomely built, slightly retro looking bodies with accessible controls, a seamless build and solid thumb and hand grips. A built-in flash with 1/320s sync speed and wireless capability is provided, as is an accessory port/hot shoe. The accessory port can hold an external flash, video lights, monitors or the included VF-4 Electronic Viewfinder.

The VF-4 provides stable eye-level composition and a clear, bright view with its 2,360k-dot LCD resolution, 1.48x magnification and adjustable brightness control. An adjustable diopter control enables a sharp view for those shooters who normally wear eyeglasses and its ability to tilt up 90º offers odd angle composition and waist-level shooting. An eye sensor recognizes when an eye has been placed to the viewfinder and automatically turns on the viewfinder and turns off the LCD monitor.

The E-P5 is compatible with any Micro Four Thirds format lens but is bundled here with the all metal M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/1.8 lens. This fixed focal length lens has the 35mm equivalent of 34mm making it an ideal wide-angle lens for day-to-day shooting. Its fast f/1.8 maximum aperture is effective in low light and for shallow depth of field imaging. It can focus as close as 9.84" and its three aspherical lens elements and High Refractive index element minimizes aberrations for sharp shooting. ZERO (ZUIKO Extra-low Reflection Optical Coating) lens coating is applied to each lens element to control reflections and minimize ghosting and flare. Its MSC autofocus motor with an inner focus system provides accurate and quiet autofocus, ideal for HD video capture. And when manually focusing, the focus ring is pulled back to reveal distance and depth-of-field scales.

16.1MP Live MOS Sensor and TruePic VI Image Processor
The 16.1MP Live MOS sensor and TruePic VI  Image Processor provide sharp, high resolution imaging, fast autofocus and low-light, low-noise (up to ISO 25600) capability for both still and Full HD video imaging. Performance speeds are also impressive, including up to 9 fps continuous shooting.
5-Axis Image Stabilization
Built-in sensor-shift type image stabilization compensates for camera shake on 5 separate axes: yaw, pitch, roll, vertical shift and a horizontal shift. The result is that images taken at slower shutter speeds have less blur, providing you with greater flexibility when shooting in low light or at long focal lengths. Four I.S. modes are available and I.S. for Live View is also supported.
3.0" Tilt Touchscreen LCD
Image composition and playback are provided by the E-P5's bright 3.0" LCD monitor. With approximately 1037k-dot resolution, your playback is clear and composition is confident with accurate focus and color. Seven levels of brightness and color temperature control are supported and its tilting capability (80º up and 50º down) allows for odd-angle composition and glare control. Touchscreen control offers the ability to control camera functions with just a tap or swipe on the LCD. Touch control includes shutter release, autofocus, playback navigation, art filter selection, scene mode selection and Wi-Fi connection.
Full FD 1080p Video Capture
Video capture is supported in both MOV (MPEG-4AVC/H.264) and AVI (Motion JPEG) formats. In MOV format, Full HD 1080p and HD 720p are offered at 30 fps . AVI format is at 30 fps in both HD and SD. Image Stabilization in Movie mode is supported and Movie Effect provides Art Filters, Art Fades and other functions. Manual exposure control is also supported in Movie mode and a built-in stereo microphone records quality audio.
Built-In Wi-Fi and GPS
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity provides instant transfer of your images to your smartphone or tablet, allowing for simultaneous connection to four separate devices. Using the Olympus I.O Share SmartPhone App you can easily share images and it offers remote viewing, focus and remote shutter release of your E-P5 from your smartphone or device. With QR Code connection you can quickly link your camera to your Wi-Fi network. GPS data is also available via your connection to your smartphone.
1/8000s Mechanical Shutter
The E-P5 is equipped with a 1/8000 second high-speed mechanical shutter which allows you to freeze action without blur. Use prime lenses at their maximum aperture allowing you to capture shallow depth of field images with attractive bokeh even in very bright daylight.
F.A.S.T. Autofocus and Manual Focus Assist
Frequency Acceleration Sensor Technology (F.A.S.T.) AF in Single, Continuous and Tracking modes is available for high speed autofocus. 35-area focusing areas provide precise focus throughout the frame and four different AF area sizes can be selected. Face Detection and Eye Detection focusing is also supported and an AF Illuminator is available if needed. Focus Peaking with white or black edges is provided for ensured shooting. Manual focus is also available with two optional focus assist methods: a Magnified Focus (MF) Assist Function and Magnification Display. The MF Assist feature aids with critical focus by allowing you to zoom in on part of the image by simply turning the focusing ring on the front of the lens. Magnification Display enables you to selectively enlarge the image on the LCD at the touch of a button.
Built-in Flash with Wireless Control
Built-in flash with a GN of 7 (ISO 100) is provided with several modes and +/-3 compensation. The maximum flash sync shutter speed is 1/320 seconds. And the built-in flash can be used as a wireless flash commander with up to four channels, controlling up to three external flashes.
2 x 2 Dial Control with Custom Lever
2 x 2 dial control on the E-P5 provides two dials and a function lever, allowing fast and direct access to aperture/shutter speed, exposure compensation, ISO settings, and white balance - directly by dial.
i-AUTO with 42 Shooting Modes
i-AUTO mode selects from among 42 different photography modes the one that best matches the subject to automatically produce the optimal photo. It automatically picks from among such settings as Portrait + Backlighting & Vivid Colors or Spotlight and takes the photo with no other adjustment necessary. The E-P5 can also detect the subject's movements before taking a photo and instantaneously adjusts the ISO and shutter speed, reducing any blurring of the subject.
Scene Select AE
Scene Select AE gives you the advantage letting the camera adjust its settings to match the type of scene you will be shooting. Selectable scenes include: Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Landscape + Portrait, Sport, Night, Night + Portrait, Children, High Key, Low Key, DIS mode, Macro, Nature Macro, Candle, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Beach & Snow, Fisheye Converter, Wide Converter, Macro Converter and 3D.
Sequential Shooting and Self-Timer
In High Speed mode, up to 9 fps can be shot at full resolution with a maximum of 15 frames in RAW and 19 frames in JPEG. Self-timer shooting can be set to fire at 2 seconds, 12 seconds or can be customized to shoot at rates between 1-30 seconds with controllable intervals and maximum shots.
Art Filters and Photo Story
Art Filters allow you to add creative flourishes to your images, touching them with special effects such as WaterColor, Cross Process or Pop Art. Twelve Art Filters are available in all. Photo Story allows you to add frames and specialized windows to your photos, including creating an image essay from several photos.
HDR and Bracketing
The E-P5 offers several bracketing functions allowing you to quickly shoot 2-5 frames of the same shot with varied adjustments. Exposure, ISO, White Balance and Flash bracketing is supported as is bracketing for the above Art Filters. Up to 7 shots can be taken to be used later in HDR post-processing for creating a nicely balanced image of a high contrast scene.
Interval Mode, Multiple Exposure and Live Bulb
For making time-lapse videos, interval mode shooting is supported to a maximum of 99 frames with the interval time set to between 1 second and 24 hours. Two-frame multiple exposure shots can be taken with the E-P5 and you can take long exposure Bulb shots in Live View, watching the exposure's progression.
Level Gauge
A two-axis level gauge is provided to help align your images.
Playback Modes
Numerous Playback options are provided: Single-frame, Information display, Index display (4/9/25/100 frames), Calendar, Enlargement (2x - 14x), Movie (with sound, FF/REW/Pause), Picture rotation (auto), Slideshow (with sound including BGM, two selectable slide show effects, replaceable BGM), and Light Box Display. The information display includes: Histogram (independent luminance/RGB available), Highlight/Shadow point warning, AF frame, Photographic information, and OFF.
Languages Supported
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Czech, Dutch, Danish, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Croat, Slovenian, Hungarian, Greek, Slovakian, Turkish, Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Rumanian, Indonesian, Malay, Thai
Included M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8 Lens
The E-P5 is bundled with the black M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/1.8 lens. This fixed focal length lens has the 35mm equivalent of 34mm making it an ideal wide-angle lens for day-to-day shooting. Its fast f/1.8 maximum aperture is effective in low light and for shallow depth of field imaging. It can focus as close as 9.84" and its three aspherical lens elements and High Refractive index element minimizes aberrations for sharp shooting. ZERO (ZUIKO Extra-low Reflection Optical Coating) lens coating is applied to each lens element to control reflections and minimize ghosting and flare. Its MSC autofocus motor with an inner focus system provides accurate and quiet autofocus, ideal for HD video capture. When focusing manually, the focus ring is pulled back to reveal distance and depth-of-field scales on its all-metal barrel.
Included VF-4 Electronic Viewfinder
The VF-4 provides stable eye-level composition and a clear, bright view with its 2,360k-dot LCD resolution, 1.48x magnification and adjustable brightness control. An adjustable diopter control enables a sharp view for those shooters who normally wear eyeglasses and its ability to tilt up 90º offers low-angle composition and waist-level shooting. An eye sensor recognizes when an eye has been placed to the viewfinder and automatically turns on the viewfinder and turns off the LCD monitor.
Imaging
Lens Mount Micro Four Thirds
Camera Format Micro Four Thirds (2x Crop Factor)
Pixels Actual: 17.2 Megapixel
Effective: 16.1 Megapixel
Max Resolution 17MP: 4608 x 3456
Sensor Type / Size MOS, 17.3 x 13 mm
File Formats Still Images: JPEG, MPO, RAW
Movies: AVI, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)
Bit Depth 12-bit
Dust Reduction System Yes
Memory Card Type SD
SDHC
SDXC
Image Stabilization Sensor-Shift, 5-Way
AV Recording
Video Recording Yes, NTSC/PAL
Resolution 1920 x 1080: 30 fps
1280 x 720: 30 fps
640 x 480: 30 fps
Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9
Video Clip Length Up to 29 Minutes
Audio Recording With Still Images & Video, Stereo
Focus Control
Focus Type Auto & Manual
Focus Mode Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M)
Autofocus Points 800
Viewfinder/Display
Viewfinder Type LCD Display
Viewfinder Pixel Count 2,360,000
Viewfinder Eye Point 21.00 mm
Viewfinder Coverage 100%
Viewfinder Magnification Approx. 1.48x
Diopter Adjustment - 4 to +2 m
Display Screen 3" Rear Screen Tilting Touchscreen LCD (1,037,000)
Screen Coverage 100%
Exposure Control
ISO Sensitivity Auto, 100-25600
Shutter 60 - 1/8000 seconds in Manual Mode
30 minutes in Bulb Mode
Metering Method Center-weighted average metering, Multi-zone metering, Spot metering
Exposure Modes Modes: AE Lock, Aperture Priority, Art Filter, Auto, Bulb, Manual, My Settings, Programmed Auto, Scene Modes, Shutter Priority, Time, Underwater
Metering Range: EV 0.0 - EV 20.0
Compensation: -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
White Balance Modes Auto, Cloudy, Custom, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Shade, Sunlight, Underwater
Burst Rate Up to 9 fps
Flash
Flash Modes Auto
Fill-in
Manual
Off
Red-eye Reduction
Second-curtain Sync
Slow Sync
Slow Sync/Red-eye Reduction
Built-in Flash Yes
Guide No. 22.97' (7 m) ISO100 
32.81' (10 m) ISO200 
Max Sync Speed 1 / 320 sec
Flash Compensation -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
Dedicated Flash System TTL
External Flash Connection Hot Shoe
Performance
Shutter Lag 0.044 Seconds
Continuous Shooting Up to 9 fps
Self Timer 2 sec, 12 sec
Custom: 1-30 sec at 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 sec intervals
Number of Shots: 1-10
Interval Recording Yes
Connectivity AV Output
HDMI D (Micro)
USB 2.0
Wi-Fi Capable Yes
Power
Battery 1x BLB-1  Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
Operating/Storage Temperature Operating
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Humidity: 30 - 90%
Physical
Dimensions (WxHxD) 4.8 x 2.7 x 1.5" / 12.2 x 6.9 x 3.8 cm
Weight 13.33 oz / 378 g body only
Kit Lens
Focal Length 17 mm
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 34 mm
Aperture Maximum: f/1.8
Minimum: f/22
Angle of View 65°
Minimum Focus Distance 9.84" (25 cm)
Magnification 0.08x
Elements/Groups 9/6
Diaphragm Blades 7
Autofocus Yes
Image Stabilization No
Filter Thread Front:46 mm
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 2.26 x 1.40" (57.5 x 35.5 mm)
Weight 4.23 oz (120 g)

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OlympusE-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Silver)
 
4.6

(based on 16 reviews)

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Pros

  • Compact (11)
  • Good in low light (11)
  • Fast shutter speed (10)
  • Large clear LCD (10)
  • Great resolution (9)

Cons

  • Complicated controls (3)

Best Uses

  • Travel (13)
  • Low light (12)
  • Family photos (9)
  • Macro photography (4)
  • Sports/action (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (9), Pro photographer (3)
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Comparison with OM-D EM-5

I ALREADY HAVE AN EM5. SO WHY DID I PURCHASE THE EP5 KIT? I got into photography during the digital age, and like many photographers in their 30s, have become accustomed to composing...Read complete review

I ALREADY HAVE AN EM5. SO WHY DID I PURCHASE THE EP5 KIT? I got into photography during the digital age, and like many photographers in their 30s, have become accustomed to composing with the screen. In contrast to many others, I upgraded from the EPL1 to the EM5 not for the built-in VF but for the IBIS and improved IQ. I went ahead and got the battery grip as well because I got a good package deal. I've done a lot of traveling over the past year. Although I use the landscape grip all the time, I hardly ever use the VF, except when in bright sunlight. Although I love my EM5, I've been frustrated with the certain aspects of the handling: the implementation of the bracketing function, the small size of the function buttons. I found that the placement of the control wheels made it uncomfortable to hold the camera without the landscape grip. Another consideration is that my needs have changed. Because of my new job, I won't be traveling that much over the next year or so, and plan on shooting primarily at family events, at restaurants and bars, and on the street. The ability to fit the EP5 with a compact lens in a small case--together with the fact that the EP5 has a built-in flash--also appealed to me. Finally, aside from the 12-35mm, which I use quite a bit, all the other lenses I use are quite small.HANDLING: Because of the placement of the buttons and the shape of the front part of the grip (extends further toward the lens mount), I find the EP5 more comfortable to hold than the EM5 sans landscape grip. The EM5 with landscape grip is undeniably more comfortable when shooting with heavier lenses like the 12-35mm. I find the EP5 comfortable enough for short periods of time (which is all I need it for), especially since I tend to shoot with 2 hands. However, if I were shooting events in which I have to hold up the camera for extended periods of time (like weddings), the EM5 would be a better choice.OPERATION: The 2x2 switch (which allows you to change the function of the control wheels) together with the ability to assign My Sets to the control dial makes a huge difference. If you set up the camera properly, I can see no reason why I'd ever need to dive into those Olympus menus. I use the 2x2 button to switch from exposure control to white balance / ISO. I've set up function 1 as HDR bracketing, which allows you to switch bracketing on and off with a push of the button (i.e., you don't have to hold on to the function button while shooting, as is the case with the EM5), and you can change bracketing settings just by holding down the button and toggling the rear control wheel. I.e., no need to dive into the menus. I've assigned focus peaking to the magnify button, flash to the right direction button, and bracketing / timer to the down direction button. Unfortunately, the button assignments carry across all four mysets. It's impossible to set a function button to do one thing in myset 1 and another thing in myset 2. But I guess that keeps it simpler, and it's not a problem for me.One problem with the EM5 is that you have to dive into the menus to change my sets (no way of doing it on the control dial, as with the GH cameras), and it's easy to forget what functions you've assigned. With the EP5, I was able to assign mysets to the control menu in a logical manner that's easy to remember. For instance, when the camera is in A mode, myset 1 is enabled. The settings are S-AF+MF, max auto-ISO 800. Perfect for landscapes or non-moving subjects, when I can afford to have a lower shutter speed and want to keep the ISO down. In contrast, when in S priority, myset 2 is enabled. C-AF, max auto-ISO at 6400. Again, these settings make sense in shutter priority, so they're easy to remember.I intend to make use of the other two my sets, but haven't yet. All in all, this is wonderful. I can now instantly get the optimal settings for all my common shooting needs just by switching from A to S priority, without diving into menus.BUILD QUALITY: buttons feel better than the OMD, and the camera in general feels very solid. Although smaller than the OMD, it weighs about the same as the EM5 without the grip. In fact, I remember reading that the EP5 is slightly heavier, although the difference is not readily apparent.DESIGN:The hot shoe is better implemented in the EP5. One problem with the EM5 is that in order to use the hot shoe, you had to take off two separate protective covers, and the bottom one (silver colored in the silver OMD) is fiddly and difficult to remove. As a result, I found it impractical to attach a flash quickly in the field. If I anticipated needing fill in flash, I would attach it in advance, which made the camera bulkier. With the EP5, the flash is built in. And if you want to use the hotshoe (e.g., to attach the VF4), there's only one piece to remove. It's made of rubber and comes off easily. I can remove the hotshoe cover and attach the VF4 cover in just seconds, without needing to put the camera down on a bench or table.Although some people might not use the built-in flash at all, I find it useful both for fill-flash (especially outdoors) and to trigger another flash. And sometimes, there are occasions where there's simply not enough available light to shoot without flash. Although you obviously need an off camera flash for optimal IQ, there are occasions when flash is required to "get the picture," and for casual shooting purposes, the results are acceptable.VF4: As I mentioned above, I rarely used the internal VF in the EM5. Partly because I had become accustomed to shooting without a VF, but also because I found it uncomfortable to look through grainy electronic VFs. In contrast, the VF4 is amazing and does not feel like an EVF. The image is huge, clearer, and not at all grainy. My eyes don't get tired using the VF4. And, as I mentioned earlier, it locks into place securely and can be taken on and off very quickly. One annoying thing is that Olympus did not see fit to include a pouch for either the VF4. In contrast, the external flash that came with the EM5 did include a little pouch. Not a huge deal, but should have been included.IMAGE QUALITY:Quality of RAW pictures is very similar to the OM-D EM-5, which is to be expected, since they share the same sensor. Excellent compact solution for taking good quality pictures indoors without flash (e.g., with the included 17mm lens or the Panasonic 25mm), although it's nice to know the flash is there (built-in) if you need it. I find that I have a decent amount of latitude for pushing or pulling RAW images in Lightroom 5. Increased max shutter speed allows me to shoot wide open. Haven't tried the new low ISO feature, but according to one article I read, you don't sacrifice much dynamic range at all by using ISO 100 on the EP5, although the EM5 as a whole has slightly more dynamic range than the EP5 across most ISO values. However, the difference seems pretty negligible (google the tech radar review).17mm LENS AND CONCLUSION: When I purchased the kit, my original intention was to sell off the 17mm lens to get the overall price down to $1,000 (a new 17mm lens goes for $[$]). However, I love the fast autofocus speed of the 17mm, and decided that the pictures were sharp enough for my purposes. Although I found the 20mm slightly shaper in the corners, that's not an issue for me, since I plan on using the lens mainly for human subjects rather than landscapes. I just sold the 20mm lens yesterday on Craigslist for $300. Although not quite as compact as the 20mm lens, it's compact enough to fit in my leather case (pictured above) while attached to the EP5. And even with the 20mm lens, the EP5 will not fit in jeans pocket, and would be uncomfortable even if it did, due to the weight. One further advantage of the 17mm is the snap to MF feature: if you pull the manual focus back (into the lens), the camera will automatically switch to MF mode. I.e., without having to change any settings on the camera itself. The snap to MF mode also works great in conjunction with FP! The only issue I had is that the infinity mark on the camera is slightly off. On my lens, if I want it to focus to infinity, I turn the MF ring so that it's slightly shy of the infinity mark. But in practice, this is not an issue once you're aware of it, especially if you use focus peaking.

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Questionable Quality Control

A beautiful camera and lens combo however the build quality is less than desired. Parts coming loose so I just reurned it. I have had two other Oly micro four thirds cameras and something...Read complete review

A beautiful camera and lens combo however the build quality is less than desired. Parts coming loose so I just reurned it. I have had two other Oly micro four thirds cameras and something small came loose. Oly repair service is just awful. I sent an EPL5in and it took three months to service and return.It's a shame, because of QC and poor service, I will not be buying another Olympus regardless of the many positives

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3.0

Questionable Quality Control

By dblsplayer

from CA

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Image Quality
  • Portability
  • Small / Compact

Cons

  • Build quality

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Indoors/Low Light
  • Travel

Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Silver):

A beautiful camera and lens combo however the build quality is less than desired. Parts coming loose so I just reurned it. I have had two other Oly micro four thirds cameras and something small came loose. Oly repair service is just awful. I sent an EPL5in and it took three months to service and return.It's a shame, because of QC and poor service, I will not be buying another Olympus regardless of the many positives

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5.0

E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera

By dsy

from thousand oaks ca

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good Battery Life
  • Good in Low Light
  • Great Resolution

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Macro Photography

    Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

    beautiful build and great quality images!

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    5.0

    wonderful camera

    By Johnny Dats

    from Madison, CT

    About Me Casual Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good Battery Life
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Great Zoom
    • Large Clear LCD
    • Small / Compact

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Silver):

        I have an Olympus E-M1 and wanted something a little smaller to carry with me on my bicycle trips. This guy fit the bill. Lenses are interchangable with my E-M1 and pretty much the functions and menu are the same. The VF-4 View finder is bright and easy to read. This is the one I take with me on all my hiking, biking trips. It's a great camera.

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        4.0

        E-P5 PEN

        By dsyphoto

        from Newbury Park

        About Me Pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use
        • Good in Low Light
        • Large Clear LCD
        • Small / Compact

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Travel

          Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

          Great camera with a wide angle lens in the kit.
          perfect for travel and shooting interiors.

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          4.0

          great product

          By tom the runner

          from new york

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Battery Life
          • Good in Low Light
          • Great Resolution
          • Great Zoom
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Small / Compact

          Cons

          • Lag / Shutter Delay

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Sports/Action
          • Travel
          • Video
          • Weddings/Events
          • Wildlife photos

          Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Silver):

          trips house parties and special occasion

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          5.0

          Best MFT camera for my purposes

          By Ryandale

          from Asheville, NC

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

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          Pros

          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Battery Life
          • Good in Low Light
          • Great Resolution
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Small / Compact

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Family Photos
            • Indoors/Low Light
            • Macro Photography
            • Travel
            • Weddings/Events
            • Wildlife photos

            Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

            I am extremely pleased with this camera. I would consider myself an enthusiast at best, and I am a huge fan of the Micro 4/3 system for its balance of portability, performance, and adaptability. In my opinion the Olympus MFT cameras are the best in the mirrorless class. Obviously the OMD EM1 would be the top pick, but while I love its feature set and performance specs I wanted something that could blend in a little better for casual shooting. The PEN series delivers just that type of versatility, and the EP-5 does so while matching most of the EM1's specs. The built-in flash and lack of a built-in viewfinder are actually the perfect combination for versatility in this direction. The tough points for me were forgoing a weatherproof body and phase detection AF, but if you can accept these caveats the EP-5 might be for you. Also, the price difference and PEN styling doesn't hurt. The 17mm kit prime is EXCELLENT. I had some reservations about the limitations of a kit without zoom, but I've been so blown away by the capability of this prime that I haven't minded and have barely noticed. I threw in the M. Zuiko 40-150mm cheapo zoom for situations where I do, and I have everything I need. This camera is hot. I'll update this after I've used it for more than a week.

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            5.0

            Great Camera

            By fastbike

            from North Texas

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            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Fast Shutter Speed
            • Great Resolution
            • Large Clear LCD
            • Small / Compact

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Macro Photography
              • Travel
              • Wildlife photos

              Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

              Primarily a landscape photographer.Solid controls, fast focus, overall great speed.I use the EVF-4, and it's a great viewfinder.I wear glasses and the viewfinder was outstanding, no issues with seeing all the view. HAve currently only used the 17mm f 1.8, but love the lens.

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              5.0

              Not perfect but excellet.

              By Infra

              from Riverside, CA

              About Me Casual Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Fast Shutter Speed
              • Good Battery Life
              • Good in Low Light
              • Great Resolution
              • Large Clear LCD
              • Small / Compact

              Cons

              • Complicated Controls

              Best Uses

              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Sports/Action
              • Travel
              • Video
              • Weddings/Events

              Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

              If you are seeking a camera which has light weight but also carrys professional functions, this is the one worth to own. Unlike the plastic feeling on most dslrs' body, the built quality of E-P5 is nice and feels solid. The menu setting is a little complicate, however, the default setting is already good enough for general use.

              If there are 5 index (picture quality, image stabilization, size) to evaluate a camera, many dslrs or other mirrorless will excel in one or two of the index (score 100 on color presenation for example), but also poor in some of the features (ex. 75 in size or image stabilization..).

              It is unlikely to say E-P5 is perfect,
              but there's no apparent shortcoming on this machine and truely deserves to receive scores of 90 on any evaluation aspect.

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              • 7
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              4.0

              Quality Product and Quality Results

              By J

              from Michigan

              About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Discrete
              • Fast Shutter Speed
              • Great Controls
              • Well built

              Cons

              • Bulky Viewfinder
              • Separate Power Cord

              Best Uses

              • Street and candid
              • Travel

              Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

              Replaced a previous high quality fixed lens camera because it was too slow to support street and candid photography. No such concerns with the E-P5! A solid product in every respect. Good image quality, though I won't be giving up lugging my full-framer anytime soon. I will be carrying it less often though. VF-4 is excellent, although I still wish it was integrated into the body - it seems vulnerable sitting atop the camera. I'd rate the E-P5 a 4-1/2 if I could.

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              5.0

              If this is what you want, you'll love it

              By ABQ Dad

              from Albuquerque, New Mexico

              Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

              With Olympus prime lenses this camera is fast, flexible, and takes great images. If you are looking for a great quality small and portable camera system for high quality prints, then this may be the camera for you.

              This is not a beginner's camera. If you take pictures mostly in "Auto" mode, and if you look at them mostly on the PC screen, then you won't really experience all that this camera has to offer.

              This camera opens the door to the great Olympus lenses. I think these are as good as my old Zeiss/Contax T* lenses.

              The detachable viewfinder is very good, and for fine work in bright light it is a necessity.

              It takes practice, but after a while the two control wheels become very intuitive, and full manual control becomes almost as fast as auto mode. Focus peaking makes fine focus almost instant, and perfect every time.

              I'm quite confident that with this camera the only limits you will find will be in your own skills and your own vision. If you make a significant effort to be the best photographer that you can be, then you will be very happy with what this camera allows you to achieve.

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              5.0

              So far I love it!

              By Marley89

              from Birmingham, AL

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              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Large Clear LCD
              • Small / Compact

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Travel

                Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                I've had my E-P5 for a couple of weeks and so far I love it. The IQ is very good, the image stabilization is fantastic. The size is GREAT! I also ordered 4 lenses for the camera and the E-P5, 5 lenses, hoods, charger, filters and extra battery fit easily in my Think Tank Photo Retrospective 7 bag. And all of that weighs less than my D800 with my 70-200 lens. I got this gear mostly for travel and situations where I don't want to lug all the heavy gear around.

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                5.0

                Works and feels good

                By DV

                from Sheridan, OR

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                Pros

                • Fast Shutter Speed
                • Good in Low Light
                • Great Resolution
                • Great Zoom
                • Small / Compact

                Cons

                • Complicated Controls
                • Limited Zoom

                Best Uses

                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Sports/Action
                • Travel
                • Wildlife photos

                Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                I use it for shooting birds and motorsports. VF4 viewfinder is superb. The f1.8 lens is fast and works great in low light. The accessories are limited to just a few items.

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                • 7
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                5.0

                Best Pen yet

                By dekkam

                from North New Mexico

                About Me Pro Photographer

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                Pros

                • Good in Low Light
                • Large Clear LCD
                • Small / Compact

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • All-around Personal Camer
                  • Family Photos
                  • Indoors/Low Light
                  • Travel

                  Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                  I have used Olympus Pen SLRs ever since they first came out, about 1961 with the Pen F that had fancy scrollwork on the "F". The E-P5 is certainly the best of this succession. It focuses almost instantly, even with Lumix lenses, and accurately too. I use it mostly in "Manual" mode but "Auto" ISO -- that is, I set a shutter speed and lens opening stop, and the E-P5 selects the best ISO under the existing light for the combination I've set: on the Pen E-P5 that method works instantly and perfectly. The camera controls are well-placed and well thought out, as well as being very adjustable in terms of which button and dial does what job for you.The 17mm f/1.8 lens (effectively equivalent to a 35mm lens on a full-frame camera) is fine, and the VF-4 finder is the best yet of its sort. Image stabilization is as good as it gets. So far, for me 1/8000 is pretty much overkill, but there it is if you need it.If the E-P5 is the sort of camera you want, don't hesitate: get it!

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                  5.0

                  I love it!

                  By Coffeechip

                  from Northern New Jersey

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy to Use
                  • Fast Shutter Speed
                  • Good in Low Light
                  • Great Resolution
                  • Large Clear LCD
                  • Small / Compact

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Family Photos
                    • Indoors/Low Light
                    • Travel

                    Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                    I've been playing with it for about 2 weeks. I love the rangefinder shape, the small size, the quality feel, and the sharpness of the pictures I can take with it. I'm still learning how to use it and I like the variety and quality of lenses available for it. I'm a former Nikon D80 user and chose this over upgrading that body and using the great but heavy Tamron 2.8 telephoto lenses. It was much less money and more likely to be used more frequently. I enjoy walking around the city and elsewhere with this much less obtrusive device. It's got a lot of cool features you can read about but to me its main selling point is that it is small and lightweight but you don't give up much in results. The viewfinder is superb and I tend to keep it on all the time. I'm just starting to get into using the touch screen. The two control knobs which allow me to adjust exposure, speed, etc. without looking at the screen come to mind as a real positive for me.
                    My only concern is once when I had it on for awhile my first day, while reading the online manual and trying everything, the camera got pretty hot--hot enough that the dials and controls wouldn't work. I turned it off for awhile and it hasn't happened again. Each day that passes, it seems like less of a concern. I'm wondering if any other user had a similar problem. Also, I notice whirring sounds from time to time. This is my first mirrorless camera so I'm not sure if it is unusual. But with those concerns, I still give it a 5.

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                    5.0

                    Comparison with OM-D EM-5

                    By Grey0135

                    from McLean, VA

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Pros

                    • Fast Shutter Speed
                    • Good in Low Light

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Family Photos
                      • Indoors/Low Light
                      • Travel

                      Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                      I ALREADY HAVE AN EM5. SO WHY DID I PURCHASE THE EP5 KIT? I got into photography during the digital age, and like many photographers in their 30s, have become accustomed to composing with the screen. In contrast to many others, I upgraded from the EPL1 to the EM5 not for the built-in VF but for the IBIS and improved IQ. I went ahead and got the battery grip as well because I got a good package deal. I've done a lot of traveling over the past year. Although I use the landscape grip all the time, I hardly ever use the VF, except when in bright sunlight. Although I love my EM5, I've been frustrated with the certain aspects of the handling: the implementation of the bracketing function, the small size of the function buttons. I found that the placement of the control wheels made it uncomfortable to hold the camera without the landscape grip. Another consideration is that my needs have changed. Because of my new job, I won't be traveling that much over the next year or so, and plan on shooting primarily at family events, at restaurants and bars, and on the street. The ability to fit the EP5 with a compact lens in a small case--together with the fact that the EP5 has a built-in flash--also appealed to me. Finally, aside from the 12-35mm, which I use quite a bit, all the other lenses I use are quite small.HANDLING: Because of the placement of the buttons and the shape of the front part of the grip (extends further toward the lens mount), I find the EP5 more comfortable to hold than the EM5 sans landscape grip. The EM5 with landscape grip is undeniably more comfortable when shooting with heavier lenses like the 12-35mm. I find the EP5 comfortable enough for short periods of time (which is all I need it for), especially since I tend to shoot with 2 hands. However, if I were shooting events in which I have to hold up the camera for extended periods of time (like weddings), the EM5 would be a better choice.OPERATION: The 2x2 switch (which allows you to change the function of the control wheels) together with the ability to assign My Sets to the control dial makes a huge difference. If you set up the camera properly, I can see no reason why I'd ever need to dive into those Olympus menus. I use the 2x2 button to switch from exposure control to white balance / ISO. I've set up function 1 as HDR bracketing, which allows you to switch bracketing on and off with a push of the button (i.e., you don't have to hold on to the function button while shooting, as is the case with the EM5), and you can change bracketing settings just by holding down the button and toggling the rear control wheel. I.e., no need to dive into the menus. I've assigned focus peaking to the magnify button, flash to the right direction button, and bracketing / timer to the down direction button. Unfortunately, the button assignments carry across all four mysets. It's impossible to set a function button to do one thing in myset 1 and another thing in myset 2. But I guess that keeps it simpler, and it's not a problem for me.One problem with the EM5 is that you have to dive into the menus to change my sets (no way of doing it on the control dial, as with the GH cameras), and it's easy to forget what functions you've assigned. With the EP5, I was able to assign mysets to the control menu in a logical manner that's easy to remember. For instance, when the camera is in A mode, myset 1 is enabled. The settings are S-AF+MF, max auto-ISO 800. Perfect for landscapes or non-moving subjects, when I can afford to have a lower shutter speed and want to keep the ISO down. In contrast, when in S priority, myset 2 is enabled. C-AF, max auto-ISO at 6400. Again, these settings make sense in shutter priority, so they're easy to remember.I intend to make use of the other two my sets, but haven't yet. All in all, this is wonderful. I can now instantly get the optimal settings for all my common shooting needs just by switching from A to S priority, without diving into menus.BUILD QUALITY: buttons feel better than the OMD, and the camera in general feels very solid. Although smaller than the OMD, it weighs about the same as the EM5 without the grip. In fact, I remember reading that the EP5 is slightly heavier, although the difference is not readily apparent.DESIGN:The hot shoe is better implemented in the EP5. One problem with the EM5 is that in order to use the hot shoe, you had to take off two separate protective covers, and the bottom one (silver colored in the silver OMD) is fiddly and difficult to remove. As a result, I found it impractical to attach a flash quickly in the field. If I anticipated needing fill in flash, I would attach it in advance, which made the camera bulkier. With the EP5, the flash is built in. And if you want to use the hotshoe (e.g., to attach the VF4), there's only one piece to remove. It's made of rubber and comes off easily. I can remove the hotshoe cover and attach the VF4 cover in just seconds, without needing to put the camera down on a bench or table.Although some people might not use the built-in flash at all, I find it useful both for fill-flash (especially outdoors) and to trigger another flash. And sometimes, there are occasions where there's simply not enough available light to shoot without flash. Although you obviously need an off camera flash for optimal IQ, there are occasions when flash is required to "get the picture," and for casual shooting purposes, the results are acceptable.VF4: As I mentioned above, I rarely used the internal VF in the EM5. Partly because I had become accustomed to shooting without a VF, but also because I found it uncomfortable to look through grainy electronic VFs. In contrast, the VF4 is amazing and does not feel like an EVF. The image is huge, clearer, and not at all grainy. My eyes don't get tired using the VF4. And, as I mentioned earlier, it locks into place securely and can be taken on and off very quickly. One annoying thing is that Olympus did not see fit to include a pouch for either the VF4. In contrast, the external flash that came with the EM5 did include a little pouch. Not a huge deal, but should have been included.IMAGE QUALITY:Quality of RAW pictures is very similar to the OM-D EM-5, which is to be expected, since they share the same sensor. Excellent compact solution for taking good quality pictures indoors without flash (e.g., with the included 17mm lens or the Panasonic 25mm), although it's nice to know the flash is there (built-in) if you need it. I find that I have a decent amount of latitude for pushing or pulling RAW images in Lightroom 5. Increased max shutter speed allows me to shoot wide open. Haven't tried the new low ISO feature, but according to one article I read, you don't sacrifice much dynamic range at all by using ISO 100 on the EP5, although the EM5 as a whole has slightly more dynamic range than the EP5 across most ISO values. However, the difference seems pretty negligible (google the tech radar review).17mm LENS AND CONCLUSION: When I purchased the kit, my original intention was to sell off the 17mm lens to get the overall price down to $1,000 (a new 17mm lens goes for $[$]). However, I love the fast autofocus speed of the 17mm, and decided that the pictures were sharp enough for my purposes. Although I found the 20mm slightly shaper in the corners, that's not an issue for me, since I plan on using the lens mainly for human subjects rather than landscapes. I just sold the 20mm lens yesterday on Craigslist for $300. Although not quite as compact as the 20mm lens, it's compact enough to fit in my leather case (pictured above) while attached to the EP5. And even with the 20mm lens, the EP5 will not fit in jeans pocket, and would be uncomfortable even if it did, due to the weight. One further advantage of the 17mm is the snap to MF feature: if you pull the manual focus back (into the lens), the camera will automatically switch to MF mode. I.e., without having to change any settings on the camera itself. The snap to MF mode also works great in conjunction with FP! The only issue I had is that the infinity mark on the camera is slightly off. On my lens, if I want it to focus to infinity, I turn the MF ring so that it's slightly shy of the infinity mark. But in practice, this is not an issue once you're aware of it, especially if you use focus peaking.

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                      4.0

                      OM-D "Lite" with 1/8000s shutter speed!!

                      By shuttersqueak

                      from San Francisco, CA

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Fast Shutter Speed
                      • Good Battery Life
                      • Good in Low Light
                      • Great Resolution
                      • Large Clear LCD

                      Cons

                      • Complicated Controls

                      Best Uses

                      • Family Photos
                      • Indoors/Low Light
                      • Macro Photography
                      • Sports/Action
                      • Travel

                      Comments about E-P5 PEN Mirrorless Digital Camera with 17mm f/1.8 Lens and VF-4 Viewfinder (Black):

                      I only knocked a star off for ergonomics. Compared to the OM-D, it doesn't have nearly as good as a grip, and it doesn't feel as good in the hand. The first time I pulled it out of the box, it slipped out of my hands (thankfully, it only dropped about 3 inches on top of my keyboard, but still...!). But other than that...

                      I'm already familiar with the Olympus menus since this is my fourth Olympus body, but for people who are new to Olympus, there is a bit of a learning curve. I can't speak to the manual since I haven't bothered to look at it yet, but if it's anything like the OM-D manual, you might as well throw it out because it's pretty useless. I learned the OM-D from reading forums and blog posts, etc. The E-P5's menu isn't significantly different, other than the new features the OM-D lacks, like WiFi.

                      WiFi and the O.I. Share app from Olympus was easy to setup with my iPhone. I love-love-love the remote shutter option, although it would be even cooler if they allowed for the option of changing exposure parameters form the iPhone. In its current setup, you have to set everything on the camera, then turn on WiFi option at which point the LCD on the camera is no longer available until you turn the WiFi off.

                      Image Quality is the same as the OM-D as they share the same sensor.

                      Pros (compared to the OM-D): WiFi with remote shutter release, 1/8000s shutter speed, removable viewfinder, better LCD display

                      Cons: It's a little slippery! Also, it's not weather-sealed like the OM-D. It feels like it weighs as much as the OM-D--I didn't check the weight specs before I bought it, but had assumed it would be a nice hybrid between the Pen E-PL5 and the OM-D.

                      In a way, the Pen is far more feature rich than the OM-D, and I dig the 1/8000th shutter speed... not even my full frame Nikon has that.

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                      • 6
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