New Olympus OM-D EM-1

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I didn’t get to try the Wi-FI remote control shooting as the updated Android version was not available at the time I collected the camera. There is more to it than downloading, uploading and sharing of images to social media.

The remote function has also been improved from the E-P5 with the various shooting modes (P, A, S, M, iAUTO) now available. Users can now wirelessly adjust various settings such as the shutter speed, aperture value, and exposure compensation from a smartphone or tablet. Monitoring the Live View wirelessly and shooting via Touch Shutter mean endless possibilities.

I am imagining walking around the studio adjusting the lights, as I look at its effect through the screen of a tablet or smartphone in my hand.

Wi-Fi Remote Live View Demo at Olympus Malaysia

Wi-Fi Remote Live View Demo at Olympus Malaysia

See next page on handling and comparison to EM-5…

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2 thoughts on “New Olympus OM-D EM-1

  1. “Pro lens should come with a hood” – LOL – my E-510, E-620 two kit lenses had free hoods, the 25mm DSLR lens did not have a hood because it is a pancake, the 75mm mft lens is expensive but has no free hood. Olympus stopped giving free hoods easily when they went MFT

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