Which Olympus Camera? Buying Guide 2019

Red35 Photography:

We get asked many many times since the beginning of the channel, so we decided to make this buying guid to help you decide which Olympus camera is best suit for your needs. **this guide is made as of July 2019 and does not account for any future updates from Olympus**

Olympus EM1 mark II vs Panasonic G9 vs Sony a6400 a6500 | CAMERA OVERLOAD ft. Giulio Sciorio

Ben Aqua:

Which camera is better: Olympus EM1 mark II, Panasonic G9, or Sony a6400 a6500 (or even Panasonic Lumix GM1)? Pro photographer Giulio Sciorio and I unleash our unfiltered opinions and review all this juicy photography and video gear. Topics include camera design, image quality, portability, usability, customization, and which camera gives the most bang for the buck.

Standard Lens – 5 reasons you SHOULD have it!

Peter Forsgård:

A standard lens is very important for learning photography. In this video, I will go through 5 things why you should have a standard lens for your camera. I use Olympus gear and the examples are from both the M.Zuiko Olympus 25mm f1.2 Pro and M.Zuijko Olympus 25mm f1.8 lenses. But these tips apply to all camera brands.

Panasonic Lumix DC-G95/G90 Review at Dpreview

Dpreview published the full Panasonic Lumix DC-G95/G90 Review:

The Panasonic Lumix DC-G95/G90 is a good all-around mirrorless camera, though it doesn’t stand out in any particular area. Its build quality is very good, with plenty of direct controls, in-body IS and an EVF that is much larger than those on its peers. Image quality is very good, though behind its competitors that use larger sensors. Video quality is fine in daylight, but falls behind when light is poor. In addition, a 1.25x crop when shooting 4K video doesn’t limits your lens selection for wide-angle video capture.

Full Frame vs Micro 4:3 – Where It Matters Most

The School of Photography:

In this video, we’re putting two different sensor sizes to the ultimate test to see if it really makes a difference where it matters most. We’re using two pro-grade cameras – the Canon 5D mark IV and the Olympus OMD EM-1. The Canon has a full frame sensor, whereas the Olympus has a micro 4:3 sensor and 10 million pixels less! We want to find out if this really matters when it comes to a professional job.

Watch how we use both cameras to take documentary shots for an exhibition, then go to the print lab to see if a professional printer could tell which camera has been used for each picture.