These are my articles related to OM-D cameras by Olympus,
and also to the Micro Four Thirds in general.
The information on Olympus SLRs and lenses (non-Micro) can be found in my Four Thirds section.
Cameras and image samples
E-M1 Mk.II Image Detail and Noise at Various ISO
— both high-detail and smooth-gradient samples, all the way up
Olympus E-M10: Quick Notes
— detailed information and my thoughts about this camera
E-M1 Picture Modes
— what do they do and how
E-M1 Macro and Close-Ups
, with three lenses on the new camera, but applicable to the E-M5 as well
E-M1: image detail and noise at various ISOs
image samples and discussion of results
Olympus E-M1: The Full Monty:
a first look, hands-on impressions, and commentary
E-M1 samples, Part 2:
a detailed look, using the 12-50, 40-150, and 75-300 mm ZD lenses on my standard lake subject
My Road to the E-M1:
introduction to that camera, some historic (and personal) background
E-M1 image samples, Part 1:
straight out of the box
The E-P1 and E-P2
, first Micro Four Thirds
cameras by Olympus (following the Panasonic DMC-G1); not quite OM-D
but getting close...
Help & Guides
E-M1 Mk. II Setup Cheat Sheet
— with over 250 parameters to set, this may become messy; had to write it for myself!
- Micro Four Thirds Lenses — done, all Olympus and Panasonic lenses, plus AF models from Sigma and Tamron
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