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Olympus Reconditioned Camera - E-M10 Body $200, E-M10 Mark II Body $300, E-M10 Mark II with 14-42MM EZ Lens $430, E-M5 Mark II Body $650

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E-M10 Body $200
E-M10 Mark II Body $300
E-M10 Mark II with 14-42MM EZ Lens $430
E-M5 Mark II Body $650

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http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/o...meras.html
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This is always a good deal. I bought my EM10 mkII refurb through Olympus, and I'm quite happy with it. Takes great pictures, and shipping was quick, too.
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Probably the best deal on mirrorless around right now.
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I was waiting for a good deal on the E-M10 Mark II, but... splurged on the PEN-F >_>
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Anyone use the em10 just for videos ? Looking for a lighter camera than my 5d3 for gimbal/videos
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Anyone use the em10 just for videos ? Looking for a lighter camera than my 5d3 for gimbal/videos
Look at the Panasonic G7 or Panasonic G85 for video work.
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The Mark II is a beast! One will never go wrong with Olympus gear. For stills, Oly. For video, G7 on up.

https://robinwong.blogspot.com/20...eview.html
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FWIW, Olympus usually runs an outlet sale on Black Friday or Cyber Monday (20% off, usually). The E-M10 and E-M10 II are always excluded but I've seen the E-M5 II and PEN-F included. Not a guarantee these will be in stock then (they seem to only stock a few).
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The other deals for the E-M10 was with 14-42 lens also for $199, right ?
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I was waiting for a good deal on the E-M10 Mark II, but... splurged on the PEN-F >_>
Yep 700 for the Pen F is a smoking deal too. Tempted by the Hi-Rez mode, but I can't justify the premium over the E-M10 Mark II.
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How does the EM10 mark ii with lens compare to a sony a6000? Been thinking of buying a camera outside of phone and I see the a6000 a lot these past couple days.
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How does the EM10 mark ii with lens compare to a sony a6000? Been thinking of buying a camera outside of phone and I see the a6000 a lot these past couple days.
Strongly encourage you to research the different systems APSC (Sony a6xxx) vs Mirco Four Thirds/MFT (Olympus and Panasonic) before committing.

Having said that I opted for MFT due to camera and lens sizes. Also, MFT has a good selection of lenses ranging in price. I get more bang for my buck with MFT, but at the sacrifice of absolute optimal image quality and flexibility in shooting conditions. Though if absolute image quality were my driving factor I'd go for full frame over APSC.
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How does the EM10 mark ii with lens compare to a sony a6000? Been thinking of buying a camera outside of phone and I see the a6000 a lot these past couple days.
The big thing is the lenses. I shoot with an a6000, and my closest friend shoots with an Olympus E-M1 Mk II. I bought the a6000 because bhphotovideo had some crazy deal on the combo Zeiss 32mm and 12mm combo for $900, which was like 50% off. My problem is that while the lenses are smaller than an SLR, they still aren't SUPER small like with Olympus and Panasonic. Plus, there isn't any GREAT midrange zoom lens. The Zeiss 16-70mm has very mixed reviews.

So, I shoot with the 12mm Zeiss Touit, the 32mm Zeiss Touit, the Sigma 60mm for portraits, and I have the kit lens 18-55mm and 55-210mm for using once in a while when I want the versatility but still good image quality.

The Olympus on the other hand shoots with the 12-40mm f/2.8, a 25mm (near-identical effective focal length to my 32mm but obviously an "inferior" lens), the 60mm macro, 7-14mm, and Panasonic 100-300mm. He has more versatility because he has high quality lenses that don't quite match up to mine, but the zoom is very useful. He can get 16x20" prints from the Oly 12-40mm or Panasonic 100-300mm even wide open, whereas my Sony 18-55mm or Sony 55-210mm on the a6000 doesn't quite cut it unless I'm on a tripod/stabilized and stopped down.

In hindsight, I would have started probably with the Panasonic cameras. I switched away from the Panasonic G2 when those Zeiss lenses were on sale, but Sony hasn't really stepped up and given APS users a great zoom lens. They're making too much money from full frame to waste money on us. Those full frame Sony lenses for the A7 cameras, however, are huge. At that point I'd just use a Nikon D750 and 24-120mm and shed the rest.
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The big thing is the lenses. I shoot with an a6000, and my closest friend shoots with an Olympus E-M1 Mk II. I bought the a6000 because bhphotovideo had some crazy deal on the combo Zeiss 32mm and 12mm combo for $900, which was like 50% off. My problem is that while the lenses are smaller than an SLR, they still aren't SUPER small like with Olympus and Panasonic. Plus, there isn't any GREAT midrange zoom lens. The Zeiss 16-70mm has very mixed reviews.

So, I shoot with the 12mm Zeiss Touit, the 32mm Zeiss Touit, the Sigma 60mm for portraits, and I have the kit lens 18-55mm and 55-210mm for using once in a while when I want the versatility but still good image quality.

The Olympus on the other hand shoots with the 12-40mm f/2.8, a 25mm (near-identical effective focal length to my 32mm but obviously an "inferior" lens), the 60mm macro, 7-14mm, and Panasonic 100-300mm. He has more versatility because he has high quality lenses that don't quite match up to mine, but the zoom is very useful. He can get 16x20" prints from the Oly 12-40mm or Panasonic 100-300mm even wide open, whereas my Sony 18-55mm or Sony 55-210mm on the a6000 doesn't quite cut it unless I'm on a tripod/stabilized and stopped down.

In hindsight, I would have started probably with the Panasonic cameras. I switched away from the Panasonic G2 when those Zeiss lenses were on sale, but Sony hasn't really stepped up and given APS users a great zoom lens. They're making too much money from full frame to waste money on us. Those full frame Sony lenses for the A7 cameras, however, are huge. At that point I'd just use a Nikon D750 and 24-120mm and shed the rest.
I had a similar dilemma when I switched from Samsung APSC. Sony was tempting, but the lens selection ultimately persuaded me to buy a Panasonic GX8.

Better decision for me, but I admit that if the right priced D750 or D810 came around I'd have to think long and hard.
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Anyone use the em10 just for videos ? Looking for a lighter camera than my 5d3 for gimbal/videos
The EM10 is nothing special for video. You are better off getting the G9X. That's nothing special for video either but it's lighter.
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