Reviewer, David Thorpe, gives his verdict on the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Micro Four Thirds camera. The flagship camera is available for around £1849 (body only) but does David think the features packed inside the compact body are worth the asking price? Find out in the video above.
Some of the points touched on in the video review include the camera's appearance, shooting mode options (including the impressive pro capture function) and the useful double memory card slots which mean you can save JPEG images to one memory card and RAW files to another. Of course, image quality, focus speeds, the continuous autofocus option and other performance features are also discussed in David's review.
Overall, David says the OM-D E-M1 Mark II is a beautifully built, state-of-the-art piece of technology that's second-to-none in looks, performance and feel. He recommends it as a serious option for those who regularly capture action shots or are fans of bird photography, particularly if they don't want to break their backs carrying heavy equipment to race tracks or up mountains.