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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Silver Ex-Demo 12mth Wnty $284.05 + $10 Express Post @ Camera Electronic eBay

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Excellent price if you want a spare M4/3 camera or to experiment the M4/3 system cheaply, or for your kids to learn, and still want warranty for peace of mind (vs getting a second hand one for similar price on Gumtree). They sold a few at $399 last month.
OR, use the EBay app with discount code PEACE5 for more saving, $279 + $10 Express Post.
Has 5-axis stabilisation and so on…
Spiel:
Porting 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.

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Comments

  • +7 votes

    For any newbies, this appears to be the body only so you will need to buy lenses separately.

  • +1 vote

    decided to give the e-m5 a go. thank you OP

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    Are those really Demo? Can't figure out why they have morn than 10 demos for each model…

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      They're old models, probably clearing out units from an associated chain of stores

  • +1 vote

    Great body!

    Paired with a 12-40 2.8 it’s an incredible all in one combo.

    Also love that I can buy Panasonic lenses for it. Picked up a 25mm f1.7 for $149 on Amazon.

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      Does the auto focus work as well? Because i want to pull the trigger on this purchase! I went to a festival yesterday with the 40-150mm, whilst great for stage photos, i struggled to do close ups while walking around :(

      have you tried the oly 25mm f1.8 as a comparison?

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        Some of the cheaper Panasonic lenses don't autofocus that well on Olympus bodies (particularly the 20mm 1.7).

        • +1 vote

          One of my favourite lenses on my em5m2. A compact power house. Works great for me.

        • +1 vote

          The 20mm f/1.7 is the only lens in the system that utilises a DC micro motor AF mechanism that physically moves the entire focus element when focussing. Unhurried and deliberate by comparison, it was one of the first lenses introduced for the system and it was a compromise of the pancake design back then.

  • +1 vote

    I've got a FF camera. Why am I looking at this?

  • +2 votes

    Damn! Was so ready to buy it… then saw the dreaded 'This item is out of stock' (aka Ozbargained), message!

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    How does this compare to Fuji X-T100? XT100 got apsc sensor and newer. Can get used with 14-45 for about $400-450 (gumtree). Although no IBIS. :)

    • +1 vote

      Two great entry level cameras for two great systems. Fuji has slightly better image quality in terms of sensor performance, and a smaller selection of very high quality lenses that tend to be more expensive. Olympus has a much larger selection of lenses, and more budget options - many are also excellent performers.

      I would go into a store and see which you prefer in actual use :)

  • +1 vote

    Has anyone found any good deals on some lenses?

    • +1 vote

      I have. if you go to eBay and search for "olympus lens bundle" you will see a pack of 3 lenses: 45 F1.8, 14-42 F3.5-5.6 and the 40-150 F4-5.6

      all 3 together shipped for $500 (minus whatever eBay discount you can scramble, I paid $480 delivered)

      last one left! be quick

      I got it because I wanted a fast prime and long telephoto, so I wanted 45 1.8 and 40-150 anyway, and 45 goes for about $300-400 on its own, so getting an extra pancake free is good deal in my books

      • +1 vote

        I received the lens bundle today, it is brand new in a box, sealed and everything. I love it

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          all 3 lenses are very useful. 40-150 is an amazing value telephoto, 14-42 is a pancake extraordinaire that covers anything you want on a day trip, and 45 1.8 is your portrait glass plus night lifesaver. add the bounceable flash that comes with 5m2 and this is a perfect start into mft photography.

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    Anyone else receive their camera yet from these guys?

    Mine turned up today. Checked the shutter count and it has only taken two photos. Only downside was, that it looks like it's been dropped on the concrete. it had some body damage on the metal near the shutter dials, and some paint missing off the top where the flash goes. A little bit disappointed, but it all works well.

    It had a hell of a life for a store demo camera with just two photos taken.

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      I received mine today. it looks good, almost new. how do I check shutter count?

      the only problem with mine so far is that it's missing a port cover on the front. I contacted them about it and they said promptly that they sent one to me today.

      I haven't taken any pictures with it yet though, lenses are arriving either tomorrow or next week. delivery of camera from Perth to Melbourne took less than 24 hours which is tons impressive, but I doubt lenses from Albury would arrive any time soon

      p.s. I ordered 5 mark ii

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    one thing I laugh about with my new e-m5ii is that..

    despite having sensor with 4:3 aspect ratio which is essentially the spirit of Micro Four Thirds format

    the display on the back of the camera has 3:2 ratio which means that if you shoot in live view in native resolution, you have two unsightly black bands on the sides of the screen, and you need to shoot in 3:2 to get a more comfortable experience. kinda funny don't you think

  • +1 vote

    Received mine last night, came in the normal OMD box pretty rough looking with OLYMPUS RECONDITIONED stickers all over it (does this mean they were refurbs instead of ex demo?). The camera itself was looking basically brand new, however I have 3 dead pixels, I'm really hoping they are on the screen and not the sensor, will know as soon as I get my lens.

    • +1 vote

      I had some red spots showing on my photos, that looked like dead pixels. There is a fix for this if it is on the sensor. Go into menu and find the pixel mapping option and run it. That should clear it up. Mine didn't show on the lcd screen though, so your's could be dead pixels. Hopefully not.

    • +1 vote

      yes, they are reconditioned. mine was in a beat up bix, too. looks like new, maybe a scratch here and there around the corners

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    https://robinwong.blogspot.com/2019/11/robin-wongs-om-d-chea...

    in case anyone is struggling to set their new camera up, this cheat sheet is very useful. default settings out of the box are not optimal

    I set mine up almost like in the cheat sheet, just customised controls to my liking. also I chose to shoot in continuous tracking focus - to make it reliable you need to turn off release priority C. there might be a little delay between pressing shutter and shutter release, but you're guaranteed to have a focused picture

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