Olympus Launches E -M5 Mark II Mirror-Less Camera For Rs.74,990
Japanese camera maker Olympus has brought a new mirrorless camera to the Indian market. The E-M5 Mark II is an interchangeable lens camera with a visually appealing retro styling.
The E-M5 Mark II uses a 16.1 Megapixels, 4/3 Live MOS Sensor system to capture the images. The sensor also comes with a 5-axis* sensor-shift image stabilisation so that the videos and images are steady and without shakes. The body and lens systems are dustproof and splashproof. Olympus says that the camera has fast autofocus to ensure that your images are always sharp and in focus.
There are also 14 art filters for the used to try out some fun snaps. There is also a feature called photo story that takes multiple images of the same scene and makes one image. It offers two HDR modes, and you can take tilt shift images through the keystone compensation.
The camera has built-in Wi-fi and allows the users top share their images with ease with Olympus Image Share. You can also control the camera with a computer based app called Olympus Capture.
The Olympus E-M5 Mark II is priced at Rs. 74,990. It’s good to see that in an attempt to be valid in the smartphone camera age, the camera makers are adding exciting features to their camera. But the market might soon discard one major electronic product, and it sure isn’t going to be the smartphones. But if the cameras keep looking as sexy as the Olympus E-M5 Mark II we might keep them around for a while.