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While its predecessor used a striped screen menu to switch modes via the four-way navigator, the E-PM2 has the advantage of a touchscreen to make selections much more quickly. Note the stereo microphones and dual speaker holes, for a monaural speaker.

A simple power button turns it on, and the Shutter button is a smooth design also drawn from the past. A new Function button sits right of that. That, combined with the E-PM2's lack of a Mode dial makes the touchscreen a very important control. It even includes the same 8 frames per second capability of the E-PL5 note: Bigger being only relative; they're both very small as compact system cameras go! My initial expectation was that the E-PM2 would suffer greatly in comparison, but am happily surprised to report that this Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 wasn't the case. While the E-PL5 is definitely the superior camera in terms of build and controls, the E-PM2 more than held its own -- especially in terms of image quality.

Olympus E-PM2 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital VSU

The E-PM2 may appeal Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 photographers looking for a more simple point-and-shoot feel. Size, feel, and handling. When I picked up the Olympus E-PM2 for the first time, it took me all of three seconds to figure out that, Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2, this is a very small and lightweight camera. On my first outing with the E-PM2, I took it for a walk around the downtown area of the San Francisco Bay Area suburb where I was staying, and it felt essentially weightless on my shoulder and in my small messenger bag, where it sat alongside an iPad.

On later shooting days, it was equally easy on my back and shoulder. That said, it's not a deal breaker. As I wandered around with it on Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 different days, shooting in the downtown areas of nearby towns, in cafes, and on hikes in local county parks, I had no real trouble reaching its controls. If the first thing I noticed about the Olympus E-PM2 was its small size, the second was the limited number of external controls -- no mode dial, in particular. I was worried that meant the camera lacked some important advanced features, but for the most part that turned out not to be true.

Even before my first outing with the E-PM2, I set it up to focus using the movie record button and to allow instant manual focus override.

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I also set the rear control dial for direct adjustment of the aperture or shutter speed, depending on what exposure mode I was in. With that setup, it only takes a click on the top button of the four-way controller to enable exposure compensation.

I also set the camera to show me whether highlights or shadows were clipping as I framed pictures on the LCD -- this is a really nice live exposure aid. Together, these settings gave me extremely quick and flexible control of focus and exposure.

Review: Olympus EPM2 - The Phoblographer

It took awhile for this old dog to learn a new tricks, as they say. Once I got used Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 them, I found the E-PM2's touchscreen and Super Control Panel Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 the camera easy to use -- even though there's no physical mode dial. In short, Olympus has done a good job of using the capabilities of a touchscreen to make the E-PM2 a capable and usable camera, even for an enthusiast photographer, while still keeping the number of external buttons and controls to a minimum.


I was thankful that the useful Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2 system I just described kept me mostly out of the main menu system on the Olympus E-PM2 because the menus are complex and sometimes hard to figure out the same was true on the E-PL5. But the upside to the complexity is that the camera is very customizable, and that was a big part of why I could set it up to shoot in a way that pleased Olympus Digital Camera E-PM2. The back of the camera is once again simplistic though there are design choices that I question.


For example, the top-back-left is home to the playback and delete button. The top right houses the record video button; which was simple to figure out and understand.

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