Thoughts on the Olympus E-M1 II after one month (Pattayadays).
Look Mom, no gimbal – Janne Amunet on amazing Olympus EM-1 II image stabilisation (Newsshooter).
Final E-M1II review at Imaging Resource.
First Look – OM-D: Olympus E-M1 Mark II (Photofocus).
Olympus OMD EM1 Mark II Vs Nikon D750/ EM1 Mark II First Impressions (Spyros).
I will not give you the google translated links as it really makes a very bad translation. But so far they are very impressed by the performance! And they certainly see an improved on the 10bit footage as it has less banding than 8bit.
Fstoppers posted their full GH5 review and concludes:
The GH5 is a pretty impressive video camera but it isn’t perfect. I do wish that the ISO performance was a little bit better. I’m not sure if the camera really needs to be 20MP as I imagine most people who buy it will be using it for video. Perhaps if it was only 8MP (the exact size of 4K video) it would be a little better in low light. And if they are going to make the sensor 20MP I would have really appreciated a legitimate “digital zoom” that was actually useful. One major benefit to the smaller sensor size though, seems to be the inclusion of e-stabilization, which simply does not work on full camera sensors at this time due to rolling shutter. We have to take the good with the bad but in the case of the GH5 it’s mostly good. It’s only real competitor seems to be the a7S II and if its successor, the a7S III, finally removes the record limit, can overcome all overheating issues, plus improve stabilization, the GH5 may no longer my first choice but as things stand today, I’m excited to make the GH5 our standard video camera here at Fstoppers.
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