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Last spring, we trekked two hours north of Vancouver to the bustling ski town of Whistler. Olympus, we were told, would be making a very significant announcement, and we needed to make our way to British Columbia to check it out. The product sample we walked away with, the OM-D E-M5, was indeed worth the trip — we quickly recognized the potential, and later dubbed the mirrorless shooter the “company’s best camera yet.” Its image quality, unique five-axis image stabilization and shockingly fast autofocus represented just some of the device’s most impressive features — we were smitten. So, when Olympus reached out with a similar teaser last month, we didn’t hesitate to make the same journey yet again to spend a day with this year’s MFT master. It’s the PEN E-P5, and you probably knew it was coming. Details and even a few product shots leaked to the web last week, revealing a gorgeous, classic design, and some pretty impressive specifications, many of which have made their way from the E-M5. There’s a 16-megapixel sensor with five-axis stabilization, 1080/30p video, a 1.04M-dot 3-inch touchscreen that tilts up and down, a 1/8000-second maximum shutter speed (enabling more shallow depth of field in sunlight), an ISO range of 100-25,600, a 0.5-second start-up time and OM-D-like autofocus speeds that let the camera adjust for a subject quickly regardless of the lighting conditions. It’s plenty impressive on paper, but how did it hold up during our test? Read on to find out.

source : engadget

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Hey there, thanks for checking out my blog! Now, what can I tell you about myself.. Well, I am a Sales Professional by trade, now earning an residual income online. I’m from Lahore, PAKISTAN ; which is frequently called “The City of Parks” – PAKISTAN is the most beautiful country and worth seeing . It’s a great place to grow up, and it’s still a place I call home. I start blogging and choose technology as topic and try to update myself with latest news and gadgets, I hope you will like my Blog and appreciate me in this regards. I love educating myself about what is going on in the world, and tend to ask big questions about the universe, time, and reality.

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