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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 31st July 2015
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Re: OM-D E-M5 or a OM-D E-10

Hope someone can help with this question.

I am using a Panasonic Lumix FZ200. I am frustrated with hand held shot in dim light as well as what seems like over saturation fuzzy looking photos on a bright sunny day.

The E-M10 has a larger sensor but can I expect a significantly better image quality over the FZ200?

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Re: OM-D E-M5 or a OM-D E-10

no a lot wrong with the FZ200

What are you calling "dim light". In the evening my Canon 5d11/24-105 needs legs long before the lumix

"on a bright sunny day" Not sure about the fuzzy images; over saturation could be due to how the camera is set up.....check to photo style....set it to standard. My guess is you have 'vivid' set.

"fuzzy looking photos" more info needed. Subject/shutter/aperture? best not to use F8; most FZ200 seem to be sharpest at F4.5 and there can be some quality drop off at the longer focal lengths

I don't think the members will mind if you post a few photos; as long as we chat quietly in the corner lol
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