Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II camera now shipping, currently in stock, first reviews

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II camera is now shipping and is currently in stock in the US (Focus Camera, Adorama) and in Europe (Foto Hans Keuzekamp). B&HAdorama and Amazon should also get their shipment soon and with a price tag of $2,000 I doubt the E-M1 MII will be out of stock.

Update: Olympus issued a warning about a potential delay of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II camera because of high demand... again.

Here are the first video reviews of the camera:

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  • Adam Sanford

    I seem to recall another mirrorless rig with 15 fps and 4K, but it was in the APS-C space. Didn’t turn out well for that one…

    • harvey

      it tried to break into an existing market with a name based on tvs and phones … the EM1.2 extends an already existing market niche with an established name behind it.

      • elf11

        Sony and Panasonic have a name based on TVs and phones…

        • raziel28

          And countless documentary/broadcast/tv shows footage recorded… 🙂

  • HD10

    The E-M1 Mk2 is really testing the price ceiling for this camera type. As good as it is, the added features does not add up as a must-have to those already with existing cameras. As such, many will likely not upgrade to this model. This lower demand means that the price will likely sink substantially lower by next year to generate sales of what will no longer be a new camera model. I estimate that it will likely be selling at the 1,400-1,500 price range by this time next year.

    • Ivan Kutsarov

      With Panasonic GH5 & it’s holy Trinity coming early next year, you are absolutely right.

  • Aekn

    This one seems to be attracting millennials like flies on sh*t.

  • Ivan Kutsarov

    Those fake raindrops tho.

  • NoNonsense

    I love the size and features/functions, but it needs at least an APS-C sensor. I own m4/3 as well as FF and I won’t pay that much just to get files that fall apart much quicker than any APS-C or FF during post-processing and a few steps down on high ISO performance. I like my m4/3 bodies to be $1500 or less.

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