If you’re looking for a high-end camera, you may want to consider the Olympus OM D E-1.
It’s a flagship camera that was released last year and features a 5K screen, a 25-megapixel sensor, a full HD video recording sensor and a 13-megapixels sensor on its backside.
If you want to get really fancy, you can also go with the Olympus X-E1 or X-T1, which have the same specs and have similar specs.
But the E-series Olympus cameras are the most affordable, and the E2 is the one that’s probably the best-looking one.
You’ll get a nice 1080p display, a super-bright AF sensor, excellent AF performance, a decent battery life and you’ll get to shoot RAW and JPEG files on it.
We’re going to be shooting RAW files for a while with the E1 and E2, but it’s important to know that RAW files are really only useful for professional photographers.
There are plenty of better options out there, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t have access to the full range of the E series.
Read more about Olympus E-Series Olympus X1 and X2 Pros and cons Pros: Solid body, solid build Quality, solid design.
Cons: A bit of a pain to shoot with.
Read the full review Olympus X3 and X5 Pros and Cons Pros: Good camera.
Cons and tradeoffs.
Read all about Olympus X series Olympus X5 and X6 Pros and Con Pros: Really cheap.
Cons on camera performance.
Read about Olympus cameras Pros: Large size, good price.
Cons to manual focus and exposure control.
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