Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver)

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver)

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver)

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Product Highlights

  • 16.1MP 4/3 Live MOS Sensor
  • TruePic VII Image Processor
  • Micro Four Thirds System
  • 2.36m-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
  • 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Tilting LCD Touchscreen
  • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
  • 5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Up to 8.5 fps Shooting and ISO 25600
  • Silent Mode and 4K Time Lapse Shooting
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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver) Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Black)

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  • 1Description

Sporting a classic design and sleek form factor, the silver OM-D E-M10 Mark II from Olympus is a mirrorless Micro Four Thirds digital camera featuring refined stills and movie recording capabilities to suit working in a variety of day-to-day environments. A high-resolution 16.1MP 4/3 Live MOS sensor pairs with the TruePic VII image processor to facilitate up to 8.5 fps shooting and full HD 1080p/60 movie recording, with a top sensitivity of ISO 25600. In-camera 5-axis image stabilization compensates for up to 4 stops of camera shake to benefit working in difficult lighting conditions and a FAST AF system employs 81 contrast-detection areas for quick, accurate performance with dedicated subject tracking modes. The retro-themed body incorporates a range of assignable function buttons and dials, as well as a 2.36m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder and 3.0" 1.04m-dot tilting touchscreen LCD for clear image monitoring and playback. Besides the handsome appeal of the E-M10 Mark II's design, its main assets lie in its versatility of shooting functions and performance to benefit photographers and videographers alike.

Benefited by the range of imaging capabilities, the E-M10 Mark II also incorporates a variety of shooting modes to suit working in various situations. A Silent Mode utilizes an electronic shutter for perfectly quiet picture-taking, with shutter speeds up to 1/16,000 sec. available. Live Bulb and Live Time modes are well-suited to creative long exposure photography and a dedicated Live Composite mode lets you watch a long exposure gradually build up during the course of the shot. Built-in Wi-Fi allows you to pair the camera with your smartphone or tablet for wireless sharing and remote camera control, and an interval shooting mode can be used to produce in-camera 4K time lapse movies.

16.1MP Live MOS Sensor and TruePic VII Image Processor
Featuring a 16.1MP 4/3 Live MOS sensor, along with the TruePic VII image processor, the E-M10 Mark II is capable of recording high-resolution stills and full HD 1080p video with sensitivity to ISO 25600. The processing speed also avails a top continuous shooting rate of 8.5 fps in full-resolution, with the ability to record up to 22 12-bit raw files in a single burst or 36 JPEGs. When working at a slower, 4 fps shooting rate, you are able to record infinite bursts for the capacity of your memory card.
In-Camera 5-Axis Image Stabilization
In-body, sensor-shift image stabilization helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake by up to 4 stops with any lens in use and compensates for camera movements that become especially noticeable when working with telephoto shots, macro imagery, and long exposures. Furthermore, this unique image stabilization system works across five axes to compensate for vertical angle rotation, horizontal angle rotation, horizontal shift, vertical shift, and rolling camera shake movement. This range of detected movements serves to benefit traditional still image shooting as well as movie recording and working with moving subjects more effectively. Additionally, image stabilization can also be used when framing shots, for more accurate compositions, by half-pressing the shutter button.
Body Design
  • Characterized by a compact, lightweight design, the E-M10 Mark II features a classically-styled body design with a black leatherette wrap and silver metal finish.
  • For manual, direct control over drive modes and programmable function settings, three dials are positioned on the top panel and feature a knurled finish for easier adjustment.
  • The large, 0.62x equivalent magnification OLED viewfinder features a 2.36-million dot resolution and covers 100% of the frame for accurate composing in a variety of lighting conditions and working situations. The EVF also allows you to pre-visualize any creative effects or exposure adjustments prior to shooting.
  • An alternative to the viewfinder, the camera also features a 3.0" 1.04m-dot tilting touchscreen monitor. The monitor can tilt 85° upward, for low-angle shooting, and 45° downward, for high-angle shooting. The touchscreen design also avails direct control when navigating the menus, reviewing images, and choosing focus points or other shooting controls.
  • When working with the EVF, the AF Targeting Pad feature allows you to trace your thumb along the touchscreen to intuitively move the focus point while shooting.
  • A trio of Fn (Function) buttons can be assigned specific controls for quick adjustment or access to your most oft-used settings.
  • A built-in pop-up flash can be used for additional illumination or a top hot shoe is also available for optional external flashes. When using the built-in flash, the top sync speed is 1/250 sec. and with an external flash, the top sync speed is 1/200 sec.
FAST AF System and Focus Controls
The FAST contrast-detection autofocus system employs 81 areas to quickly and accurately acquire focus on both moving and stationary subjects. Both face and eye-detection modes can also be used for precise tracking of subjects, and single and continuous focusing modes can also be employed. When working with manual focus, a manual focus assist function can magnify the image for easily identifying sharp focus and a peaking function can be used, too, for quickly determining in-focus areas in the scene based on colored, highlighted lines of contrast.
OM-D Movie
Full HD 1080p video recording is supported in a variety of frame rates up to 60 fps in ALL-I or IPB compressions, with a maximum bit-rate of 77 Mbps. In addition to standard video recording, high-speed video recording is also supported at 120 fps in 640 x 480 resolution. A dedicated clips feature is ideal for sharing short movies in preset times of 1, 2, 4, and 8 second durations, with the ability to extend limits by re-pressing the record button.

Sound is recorded during movies using the built-in stereo microphone, and a wind noise reduction tool can be used for cleaner sound. Also, the microphone volume can be limited during recording.
Other Camera Features
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to pair the E-M10 Mark II with a smartphone using the Olympus Image Share app for wireless image sharing and remote camera control.
  • The included BLS-50 rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides approximately 320 shots per charge under normal conditions, or up to 750 shots per charge with Quick Sleep Mode.
  • Interval shooting is possible for up to 999 sequential frames, with 1 second to 24 hour intervals, and automatic time lapse processing can save your individual images into a movie for playback. Time lapse movies can also be saved at 4K resolution for greater detail and resolution.
  • A dedicated Silent Mode utilizes and electronic shutter for quiet, undetectable shooting. When working in this mode you have a range of shutter speeds from 1/16,000 to 60 seconds.
  • Live Bulb and Live Time settings can be used to produce creative long exposure imagery. Live Bulb lets you hold the shutter open for up to one minute and Live Time lets you press the shutter button once to open the shutter and then press again within a minute to end the exposure.
  • Live Composite is a unique long exposure mode that allows you to gradually build up an exposure over time without overexposing key elements within the frame. This mode works to only record newly detected light sources over time, and allows you to watch as an image develops, making it ideally suited for photographing star trails or other moving light sources.
  • A two-axis electronic level helps to ensure consistently level horizons and plumb verticals.
  • Keystone Compensation allows you to correct for convergence when working in live view.
  • A multi exposure mode blends two frames using an auto gain to maintain a controlled exposure value.
  • Photo Story lets you capture sequential shots of a scene from varying angles, and then composite them into a single image. When working in this mode, you can record sequential images by sliding a finger across the screen, zoom in or out between two photos, apply unique frames or borders, or arrange multiple images in different compositions.
  • Scene Select modes can be used to optimize camera settings based on the scene conditions at hand, and include Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Landscape + Portrait, Sport, Hand-held Starlight, Night scene, Night + Portrait, Children, High Key, Low Key, DIS mode, Macro, Nature Macro, Candle, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Beach & Snow, Fisheye Conv., Wide Conv., Macro Conv., Panning, and 3D.
  • Art Filters are available for creatively adjusting the look of your imagery, and include Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale & Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pinhole, Diorama, Cross Process, Gentle Sepia, Dramatic Tone, Key Line, Watercolor, Vintage, and Partial Color. Art Effects can also be used to further enhance photos' appearance, including Soft Focus Effect, Pinhole Effect, White Edge Effect, Frame Effect, Star Light Effect, Blur Effect, B&W Effect, Picture Tone Effect, and Shade Effect.
  • Language support: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Czech, Dutch, Danish, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Croatian, Slovenian, Hungarian, Greek, Slovakian, Turkish, Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Indonesian, Malay, and Thai.
UPC: 050332189942
In the Box
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver)
  • BLS-50 Lithium-Ion Battery (7.2V, 1175mAh)
  • BCS-5 Lithium-Ion Battery Charger
  • USB Cable
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Olympus Viewer 3 Software CD-ROM
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description

    Olympus E-M10 Mark II Specs

    Lens Mount Micro Four Thirds
    Camera Format Micro Four Thirds (2x Crop Factor)
    Pixels Actual: 17.2 Megapixel
    Effective: 16.1 Megapixel
    Max Resolution 4608 x 3456
    Aspect Ratio 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
    Sensor Type / Size MOS, 17.3 x 13 mm
    File Formats Still Images: JPEG, MPO, RAW
    Movies: AVI, MOV,
    Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)
    Bit Depth 12-Bit
    Dust Reduction System Yes
    Memory Card Type SDHC
    Image Stabilization Sensor-Shift, 5-Way
    AV Recording
    Video Recording Yes, NTSC/PAL
    Video Format 1920 x 1080p at 23.98/25/29.97 fps (77 Mb/s MOV)
    1920 x 1080p at 23.98/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps (52 Mb/s MOV)
    1920 x 1080p at 23.98/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps (30 Mb/s MOV)
    1920 x 1080p at 23.98/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps (18 Mb/s MOV)
    1280 x 720p at 23.98/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps (MOV)
    1280 x 720p at 30 fps (AVI)
    640 x 480p at 120 fps (AVI)
    640 x 480p at 30 fps (AVI)
    Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9
    Video Clip Length Up to 29 Minutes
    Audio Recording Built-In Mic: With Video (Stereo)
    Focus Type Auto & Manual Focus
    Focus Mode Continuous-Servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M), Single-servo AF (S)
    Autofocus Points Contrast Detection: 81
    Viewfinder Type Electronic
    Viewfinder Resolution 2,360,000 Dot
    Viewfinder Eye Point 19.2 mm
    Viewfinder Coverage 100%
    Viewfinder Magnification Approx. 1.08x
    Diopter Adjustment -4 to +2 m
    Display Screen 3" Rear Touchscreen Tilting LCD (1,040,000)
    Exposure Control
    ISO Sensitivity Auto, 200 to 25600 (Extended Mode:Auto, 100 to 25600)
    Shutter Type: Electronic & Mechanical
    Speed: 60 to 1/4000 Second 
    Type: Electronic & Mechanical
    Speed: .5 to 1 Minute in Bulb Mode
    Type: Electronic
    Speed: 60 to 1/16000 Second 
    Remote Control RM-UC1 (Optional)
    Metering Method Center-Weighted Average Metering, Multi-Zone Metering, Spot Metering, Highlight Weighted
    Exposure Modes Modes: Aperture Priority, Art Filter, Bulb, Intelligent Auto, Manual, Program Shift, Programmed Auto, Scene Selection, Shutter Priority, Time, Underwater
    Metering Range: EV -2.0 to EV 20.0
    Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3, 1/2, or 1 EV Steps)
    White Balance Auto, Custom
    Continuous Shooting Up to 8.5 fps at 16.1 MP for up to 36 Exposures
    Up to 4 fps at 16.1 MP for up to Exposures
    Flash Modes Auto
    Red-Eye Reduction
    Second-Curtain Sync
    Slow Sync
    Slow Sync/Red-Eye Reduction
    Built-in Flash Yes
    Guide No. 19.03'  / 5.8 m ISO100 
    Max Sync Speed 1 / 250 Second
    Flash Compensation -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
    Dedicated Flash System TTL Remote Firing Groups: 4 Channels: 4
    External Flash Connection Hot Shoe
    Self Timer 12 Seconds
    Custom: 1 to 30 Seconds at 0.5-Second Intervals
    Number of Shots: 1 to 10
    Interval Recording Yes
    Connectivity HDMI D (Micro), USB 2.0
    Wi-Fi Capable Yes
    Battery 1 x BLS-50 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.2 VDC, 1175 mAh
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Operating Humidity 30 to 90%
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 4.7 x 3.3 x 1.8" / 119.5 x 83.1 x 46.7 mm
    Weight 13.76 oz / 390 g with battery and memory card
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.3 x 9.1 x 3.9"

    Olympus E-M10 Mark II Reviews

    OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera (Body Only, Silver) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 49.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good camera with a few hiccups Got this camera in time for 3-week holiday - and after being dedicated Lumix owner. I found the camera worked quite well with a few features I especially like:'silent' shutter mode, ability to easily lock in EV, MF 'highlight' feature, in-camera image stabilization. What I don't like as much: only medicore to poor battery life, the charger comes with a rather meaningless 5-foot long cord!? There are many great features and settings but they are buried deep in the Oly control menus and are at times confusing and difficult to find. Overall, however, a very good camera - especially once I got used to the dual dials and control layout.
    Date published: 2015-09-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Little Camera As usual, I did a ton of research before making this purchase. I wanted something very good quality yet vary compact for travel and work. Also used as a backup to my full size DSLR. Decided on this system because of the combination of decently large sensor vs camera size. Also contemplated Fujifilm X-T10 but chose this because it is more compact and I think RAW support is better. Very happy with my purchase. Very good quality feel and camera IQ and controls as good as my Canon 7D MkII. Very customizable and actually like the focus point selection better. One thing I will point out is if you buy this I would immediately turn off the Quick Sleep function as it is very annoying, especially when trying to set up the camera.
    Date published: 2016-02-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved it but.. I had the camera for two weeks and then discovered that auto focus only worked when the camera was in continuous AF mode. I contacted Olympus and they said it was defective and return it. I contacted B&H and was expecting a hassle but was very happy to find they were happy to help me exchange the camera. I have not receive the replacement camera as I just returned the original. Until I discovered the defect in AF, I was very happy with the camera. The photos were clear, the IS was fantastic and it did what I hoped. I had a e-M10 before and loved it, but this is better.
    Date published: 2015-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! I was looking for a camera that would perform better than my Nikon D7100. This is the camera. Recently I bought a Nikon Reflex-Nikkor 1000mm 1:11 lens. This lens hasn't been updated since 1976 and hasn't been made since 2005 so no auto-focus, VR, or anything modern. When you pair these two items up it is incredible. The camera has focus peaking which is the best manual focus assist you can get and the VR on this model offers 4 f/stop advantage which really helps an f/11 lens. To mount the lens to the camera I use the Metabones adapters, and those are the Nikon F mount to 4/3 mount and the .71x Ultra. If you are using a mirror lens get this camera. I have not bought any of the lenses designed for this camera body yet but that is where I am heading next. Attached are some images I took with this combo.
    Date published: 2018-03-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Am Impressed With Four Thirds Impressive little camera. While I may never really test the full capabilities of the Mark II, it handles well, and keeps important features at your fingertips. I love the simple stuff like being able to adjust EV by rotating a dial with my fingertip while keeping my eye on the subject. Or selective focusing with a tap on the screen. Once you start getting the hang of the quick menu, for lack of a better term, you have access to most all common settings that can be changed by a tap on the screen or with a turn of a few buttons. One thing you SHOULD buy with this camera body is the external grip. It makes the camera more comfortable and secure tio hold.
    Date published: 2017-03-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small, but powerful This is my fourth OMD body. I have two EM1s and an EM10, which I've given to my wife to use with a 14-150 M.Zuiko zoom.I bought the MKII for an even more compact camera body. Something to take to my day job for those occasional shots I like to make. The new design makes the MKII a more credible EM1 lite. It has most of the features in a smaller package, but without weather sealing. I can customize the camera settings to match exactly it's bigger sibling, so there's no difference how the camera handles. The shutter seems to have more lag when comparing to the EM1, so shot-to-shot response is slower, but still respectable. Other m43 and Fuji camera shutters do not seem as swift as the EM1. Also, the pro lenses don't balance as well without the grip on the EM1. There is an optional grip for the MKII, but it seems like a pricey luxury. I have one for the EM10, but don't use and don't plan to buy one for the MKII. When installed it blocks the battery/sd card cover (but has a clever snap-on/off mechanism.) Prime lenses and smaller zooms work well. The Panasonic 14-45 and the M.Zuiko 14-150 are quite comfortable. The 12-40 f/2.8 pro lens seems a little on the large size, but I can manage it. I don't have the 40-150 f/2.8 pro lens. I tried it at the PhotoPlus Expo and it seems really large. I switched from Nikon in 2013, so the 40-150 f/2.8, despite it's long reach seems too much. I've opted for the Panasonic 35-100 f/2.8. It's much smaller; but I loose the 300mm 35mm equivalent. It's all about compromise.Those who pixel peep might not like the results from the small sensor, but I find image quality of the OMD sensors to be excellent. Sure, they get a little noisy at high ISO, but both Adobe Camera RAW and Topaz DeNoise 6 do a great job in clean-up. I turned off noise reduction in custom settings; I thought the Olympus jpg processing to be too aggressive, leaving fine details smeared. Even with a RAW file, the settings get applied in Camera RAW and Lightroom, which reads the metadata when the file is imported. Users who don't do fine tuning in Photoshop probably will be happy with the default settings, especially for small file sizes for internet and full-frame prints 8x10 or smaller.Color is good and default color balance seems accurate for cloudy and sunlight. Artificial light sources vary so much that those white balance settings are usually hit-or-miss anyway. Auto focus seems fast and accurate, though performance suffers in low light. Fortunately, OMDs have a focus peaking feature that highlights in focus edges in a scene when the focus ring on the lens is rotated. The feature is off by default and needs to be turned on in custom settings. Auto focus has several modes, including focus tracking, but I haven't had a chance to use it. The focus target can be set in various ways including touching the area on the LCD screen. The EVF can be set to turn off automatically when the camera is lowered from the eye. Various settings details can be toggled including a level gauge or live histogram or highlight shadow clipping warnings. The viewfinder is bright with an extremely fast refresh, so capturing fast moving action is possible.The camera also has 5-way image stabilization which seems to effectively counter camera shake during slow shutter speeds.I don't shoot video, so I cannot comment.Many frequently used settings can be selected on the LCD using the 4-way controller or by touch. Several buttons can be customized. There are many other features that are beyond the scope of this review including picture modes and in-camera processing.
    Date published: 2016-02-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better Than Canon I come from a Kodak family (father was in photography sales) and growing up had access to any camera, film type, free development of film as well as free postage (circa late 1940's - 1970). I never really took advantage of the situation. 6 years ago, late in my life, I started into wildlife photography and have used the following cameras/lenses: Kodak Easy Share Digital, Canon T1i, Canon 60D, Canon 7D MK II, 18-55mm, 55-250mm IS II, 70-300mm, and 100-400mm f4-5.6L. I have never reached satisfaction with either quality of picture or color. My wife has Olympus Pen 1, Pen 3, and Pen 5. After much searching, I decided to try the Olmpus OMD E-M10 MK II with a 75-300mm lens. The range of the lens (150-600mm 35mm format equiv) has produced quality pictures and super color. I have only used the auto focus, art, and scn modes. There are at least 15 different settings in the art and scn modes to accommodate most users. The menus are fairly easily to understand. The tilt LCD screen is nice. The selling features to me were the built-in view finder and the combination smaller size and weight compared to the Canon models. There is ease in hand carry and hand held shots. I should have switched earlier.
    Date published: 2016-08-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Camera Second OM-D camera after owning the original EM-5. Want to take advantage of an Olympus camera without the AA Filter. Have shot about two dozen pictures in auto, I'm happy with the results. I also recently bought a GX-85 (from B&H) and am nerdy happy with the pictures. Both cameras are perfect for an amateur like who shoots mostly family and vacation pics. I put my money into buying the professional glass from Oly and Panny. Can't go wrong with 4/3s in terms of size of the equipment or quality of pics. Plus, B&H is a no.brainer.
    Date published: 2017-02-13
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