The test performed by Dpreview.
Our source (Thank You!) were right and the E-P5 now got the 0 shock feature via firmware update. The bad news is that the same source said there is no E-M5 firmware update coming any time soon. This means no 0 anti shock feature coming for E-M5 camera owners yet.
In the meantime Dpreview already tested the zero shock feature of the E-P5 and writes:
e haven’t done any real-world shooting with this yet, but our test shots suggest it’s very effective at reducing image shake at the ‘danger’ speeds. The blurring that’s visible in the first image below is reduced by enabling 0 sec anti-shock. The mode adds a very subtle delay to the shutter response, but one measured in miliseconds. We see no reason not to ensure ‘0 Sec Anti-Shock’ is always applied – resolving the issue outlined in our original review.
Great news for all E-P5 owners!
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