Top fea­tures of the Olym­pus OM-D E-M1 Mark II

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The im­age qual­ity, straight out of the cam­era, is bet­ter than I was get­ting on my DSLR.

Lenses – be­tween Olym­pus, Lu­mix, Le­ica, Voigtlän­der and oth­ers, in my opin­ion the Mi­croFour Thirds sys­tem has the big­gest range of re­ally high- qual­ity lenses of any sys­tem.

The size and weight means it’s dis­creet and isn’t a bur­den to carry around. The vari-an­gle touch­screen, with touch shut­ter, en­able me to take pic­tures I would strug­gle to get with my DSLR.

It’s com­pletely cus­tomis­able. You can as­sign al­most any func­tion to any but­ton. You can set it up to suit your way of work­ing.

The ur­ban land­scape lends it­self to geo­met­ric shapes and pat­terns

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