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Olympus OM-D E-M5 The first Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus with an integrated Electronic Viewfinder

 
 
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Old 12th December 2018
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From E-510 to OM-D E-M5

Much after the well-received advice from forum members and friends about my next purchase, I am pleased to inform that my 0M-D E-M5 arrived yesterday!

My only camera has been the E-510 which purchased a few years ago based on advice from forum members for a really good 'starter' into DSLR.

I am knocked over by what I have seen so far but I have a few questions. The camera came with a pancake type lens which I believe is a Zuiko Digital 14-42mm lens, I just wonder is there a mount that will enable me to still use my lenses from the E-510? Also, there doesn't seem to be an abundance of lenses on ebay, am I searching for Micro 4/3 lenses?

Cant wait to get started, I will still use the E-510 but I can't believe how small the EM5 is by comparison!

Are there any further components I should look into getting with this purchase?

All the best
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