Three years after it launched the popular E-M5 mirrorless camera, Olympus is back with a followup — the Olympus E-M5 II. Sporting generous upgrades throughout, the new model incorporates many of the features of the subsequent flagship OM-D model, the E-M1, as well as some interesting firsts.
Key among the changes which take the E-M5 II back to the forefront is an uprated, record-making five-stop image stabilization system said to allow hand-holding to shutter speeds as low as 1/4 second. There's also a new tilt/swivel articulation mechanism for the…
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