As part of a review I am writing for Mac Format magazine (out in the UK January 19th, issue 296) I had an OSMO to play with. I couldn’t resist having some fun with the steadicam on a stick…
The Olympus E-M5 Mark II can shoot pin sharp handheld shots at a shutter speed of 1/2 (half a second) at 50mm (equiv.)
Here I took the camera down the industrial era 19th century backstreets of Manchester and shot it.
Let’s take a look at the two current flagship Micro Four Thirds cameras.
The results may surprise you.
If Henri Cartier-Bresson wanted a compact I think this is the one he’d choose! I got the HX9v for a specific reason – street photography and as a pocketable run & gun video tool. It’s great for journalists and documentary makers.