Amazing OM-D Image Quality
Experience the exceptional resolution and astounding detail captured by the OLYMPUS Micro Four Thirds sensor and advanced image capture technology that rival those of D-SLR cameras. Together with its highly powerful image stabiliser, this technology brings out the very best in each M.ZUIKO lens – delivering awe-inspiring, sharp photos or movies. Try the E-M10 Mark II and be amazed by the image quality!
4K Time Lapse
Use the Time Lapse mode to create a series of images over time which can then be recompiled into a 4K movie where time appears to have been sped up. Create amazing movies with brilliant details – all sorts of subjects including landscapes, nature, urban and industrial scenes and much more lend themselves to the magic of 4K Time Lapse!
Boasting multi frame rate movie-making that matches any standard, the E-M10 Mark II gives you super smooth slow-motion playback (4x) – rich in detail for graphic capture of fast-moving subjects.
AF Targeting PadFor intuitive focussing control while looking through the viewfinder, you can change the auto focus target to suit your subject by simply using your finger on the touch screen on the rear of the camera. Touch the screen and move the AF point to where you want it and still follow the action through the viewfinder at the same time.
Focus BracketingIn this mode the E-M10 Mark II shoots a number of photos, each with different focus settings. Especially useful for close-ups and better macro shooting.
Built-in flashThe E-M10 Mark II’s powerful built-in flash gives you extra flexibility, helping you shoot beautiful images whatever the conditions and travel light with a minimum of gear.
Silent Shutter modeNow you can be in the centre of the action without being the centre of attraction. Silent Shutter mode makes sure the shutter release doesn’t make a sound when pressed – for perfectly silent shooting.
Live Composite ModeShoot beautiful night-time and low-light compositions with the Live Composite mode. Here you can actually see the image build up on the screen as the picture is taken – giving you full freedom of how to expose for low-light static shots.