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  1. Yesterday, Panasonic presented the G9 model – the camera which may become an interesting alternative for the Olympus system, particularly the OMD-EM1 Mark II model. In the table below you can find a comparison of specification of both models. However, it is worth remembering that the Olympus camera has been on the market for more than a year. The comparison of Panasonic G9 and the GH5 model can be found here. Feature Panasonic Lumix G9 Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Sensor Type Live MOS CMOS Low-Pass Filter No No Effective Pixels 20MP 20MP Sensor Pixel Size 3.34μm 3.32μm Sensor Dynamic Range 13 stops 13 stops Maximum Resolution 5184 × 3888px 5184 × 3888px Image Stabilization Sensor-Shift, 5-Way Sensor-Shift, 5-Way Pixel Shift Technology Yes 80.6MP RAW Photos Yes 80.6MP RAW Photos Dust Reduction System Yes Yes Native ISO Sensitivity 200-25600 200-25600 Autofocus Contrast Detect (sensor) Multi-area Center Selective single-point Tracking Single Continuous Touch Face Detection Live View Contrast Detect (sensor) Phase Detect Multi-area Center Selective single-point Tracking Single Continuous Touch Face Detection Live View Number of Autofocus Points 225 121 Focus Peaking Yes Autofocus Stacking Yes Yes Eye Autofocus No Yes Slowest Shutter Speed 60sec 60sec Fastest Shutter Speed 1/8000sec 1/8000sec Fastest Electronic Shutter Speed 1/32000sec 1/32000sec Top Shooting Speed 1/32000sec 1/32000sec Buffer Size 60 RAW (shooting speed in burst mode) 60 RAW (shooting speed in burst mode) Silent Shutter Yes Viewfinder Resolution 3,680,000 2,360,000 Articulated LCD Fully articulated Fully articulated Screen Size 3″ 3″ Screen Dots 1,040,000 1,037,000 Touch Screen Yes Yes Flash Sync Speed 1 / 250sec 1 / 250sec Max Video Resolution 3840 × 2160 @ 60p 4096 × 2160 @ 24p Maximum Recording Time 29min 59sec 29min 59sec Time Code No No Movie Log Gamma Output No No Time-Lapse Recording Yes Yes Card Slots 2× 2× HDMI Yes Yes Microphone Port Yes Yes Headphone Port Yes Yes Wi-Fi Functionality Yes Yes Bluetooth Yes No GPS No No Battery Life 400 440 Internal Charging Supported Yes Yes Body Material Magnesium alloy Magnesium alloy Weather Sealed Yes Yes Weight 658g 1.45lb / 23.21oz 574g 1.27lb / 20.25oz Warranty Limited 1-Year Limited 1-Year MSRP US $1,697 US $1,699
  2. Even though this camera had its premiere some time ago, we would like to mention it since its previous version is the best-selling mirrorless camera on the market. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III, as this is the camera that we’re talking about, is a renewed version of E-M10 Mark II, which offers quite good functions and ergonomy for a reasonable price. Just like its predecessor, Mark III is equipped with a 16-Mp Live MOS sensor, of course in the Micro Four Thirds format, enabling it to function within the ISO sensitivity range of 200 - 25600. On the one hand, it is a convenient size of the sensor. On the other hand, all competitive cameras already have greater sensor resolution – and we can expect that this model will stay on the market for at least 2 years. The sensor has perfect 5-axis sensor stabilization, known from the higher models, which, according to the producer, should be characterized by the effectiveness of 4 EV. 1). Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III with M.Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 The sensor works in the set with the new TruePic VIII processor, which will possibly positively influence the way of processing images and their quality in higher sensitivity. 2). Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III With the use of this camera, we can take photographs with the maximum speed of 8.6fps and we can save around 22 photographs in RAW. These parameters are practically the same as in the previous model. The autofocus has now 121 AF points, which cover almost the entire frame. 3). Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III with M.Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 The camera still offers an electronic viewfinder with the resolution of 2.36MP, the 3’’ folding LCD touch screen and Wi-Fi module, with the use of which we will be able to remotely control the device and send photographs to mobile devices. The greatest improvement is the possibility of recording movies in 4K with the speed of 30fps, and the greatest disappointment is the fact that the body of the camera will not be fully made of metal, as in the case of the previous versions of the E-M10 model. However, as the producer ensures, the camera should still be resistant. But it’s a pity that the producer gets rid of the things which have previously distinguished constructions in this series. 4). Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III with M.Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III will appear on sale in two color versions in the middle of September 2017. The price for the body only will be $649, and for the set with the kit lens M.Zuiko Digital 14-42 mm 1:3.5-5.6 II R - $799.
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