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OM-D E-M5 Mark II Book

There is a new book about the E-M5 II available here, has anyone else got a copy and if so, what do you think of it?

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Re: OM-D E-M5 Mark II Book

I have the Darrell Young book on the EM1. I used that for many of the settings on my EM5 II and also a revisit to my EM5. Many of the menu functions are the same across all models. At this stage I'm not tempted to get another book but the sample pages of this one do look quite good.

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Re: OM-D E-M5 Mark II Book

David Busch will doubtless publish one too. However it'll take time, I cancelled an order for the EM10 book as it was due out in January and is now due late May, until that changes at least. I recently got an EM5 so bought David Busch's book on that and frankly don't see the point in re-ordering the EM10 version. As has been said the similarities across the Olympus OM-D models are far greater than the differences.
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