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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II The second Micro Four Thirds camera that offers phase detect focusing so you can use Four Thirds DSLR lenses normally as well a Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Interesting article about EM1 Mk2

Found this interesting piece about wildlife photography and the EM1 Mk2. Another article on his website discusses settings used for AF etc. Well worth a look and some breathtaking photography...

http://www.sulasula.com/en/olympus-f...he-rainforest/
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Re: Interesting article about EM1 Mk2

Thanks for the link, as you say well worth a look.
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Re: Interesting article about EM1 Mk2

Thanks for posting this. Some amazing photography and some interesting tips on setting the camera up and using it. Again, an article that shows that in the right hands m43 can deliver spectacular results.
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Re: Interesting article about EM1 Mk2

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Thanks for posting this. Some amazing photography and some interesting tips on setting the camera up and using it. Again, an article that shows that in the right hands m43 can deliver spectacular results.

As the saying goes, the most important part of a camera is the 12" behind it, which this article ably demonstrates - it is fantastic photography from someone who clearly understands light.
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