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Olympus E-PM2 Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with 14-42mm Lens (Silver) (Old Model)

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  • In the Box - Body, M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-42mm 1 - 3.5-5.6 II R Lens, Flash FL-LM1, Li-ion battery BLS-5, Li-ion battery charger BCS-5, USB cable, AV cable, Shoulder strap, CD-ROM, Instruction manual, Warranty card
  • Extra-light & compact - Despite being big on features, the E-PM2 packs everything into a convenient, take-me-everywhere design
  • 16MP Live MOS Image Sensor - Optimizes to maximize the performance of all mZuiko digital lenses in any shooting condition
  • NEW Immediate Response Touch Navigation on 3 LCD - Reacts quickly with the slightest touch and can focus by touch even if the subject is not in the center
  • Full HD Movie - Want to impress with your filmmaking? Get brilliant image quality, gorgeous stereo sound & creative Art Filters and Movie Effects
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Color: Silver | Style: with 14-42mm Lens
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 1.3 x 2.5 inches ; 9.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0096WDCC6
  • Item model number: V206021SU000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,171 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 17, 2012

Product Description

Color: Silver | Style: with 14-42mm Lens

From the Manufacturer


The PEN E-PM2 is all the proof you need that small and stylish can deliver impressive images

CREATIVE POWER IN A SMALL PACKAGE.

The PEN E-PM2 is all the proof you need that small and stylish can deliver impressive images. This compact technological wonder features an expansive 16 MP Live MOS sensor and TruePic VI™ Image Processor for powerfully vivid images that rival the quality of an SLR. Let the camera achieve photographic perfection with features like iAuto and 23 Scene Select Modes. Or take control using Direct Live Guide. Explore your creative side with 12 ready-to-use Art Filters. The PEN E-PM2 features technology to help you shoot brilliantly when light is hard to find. There’s blazing speed with an incredibly responsive touch shutter and 8 fps sequential shooting. The PEN E-PM2. The camera you want when you’re ready to leave compacts behind.

PROFESSIONAL IMAGE QUALITY

16MP Live MOS Image Sensor
Featuring the 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor of the OM-D E-M5, the Olympus Micro Four Thirds flagship, the PEN E-PM2 is optimized to maximize the performance of all mZuiko digital lenses in any shooting condition. Improvements to the sensitivity and read-.out speed of the existing sensor makes shooting and Full HD movie recording possible.

TruePic VI Image Processor
TruePic VI Image Processor, designed specifically for the Olympus PEN, features Real Color Technology for improved color reproduction (especially colors such as emerald green, yellow, and gold) and color gradation. The faster processor also allows for a shorter recovery time between shots.

Proven Dust Reduction System
Olympus’ Dust Reduction System assures spot-free images, even if you change lenses. Every time you turn on the camera, the patented Supersonic Wave Filter silently vibrates, flinging and collecting dust so that it doesn’t interfere with the picture imaging at any time.

TruePic VI Image Processor

TruePic VI Image Processor
TruePic VI Image Processor, designed specifically for the Olympus PEN, features Real Color Technology for improved color reproduction (especially colors such as emerald green, yellow, and gold) and color gradation. The faster processor also allows for a shorter recovery time between shots.

In-Body Image Stabilization
Say goodbye to blurry images. Olympus’ in-body image stabilization technology makes it possible to use any Micro Four Thirds lenses (or Four Thirds lens), from wide-angle to telephoto, for perfectly clear, crisp photos no matter what the shooting situation, even in low light!

NEW Built-In Grip
EASE OF USE

NEW Built-In Grip
For form, fit and feel. The E-PM2's built-in grip allows for secure and comfortable handling of the E-S3.

NEW Immediate Response Touch Navigation on 3" LCD
The E-PM2 features a vertical bar touch navigation menu, The E-PM2 is designed to optimize the touch screen LCD and was introduced to operate the MENU display with a new simple operation instead of a mode dial. The E-PM2’s Touchscreen reacts quickly with the slightest touch and can focus by touch even if the subject is not in the center.

Live Guide and NEW Direct Live Guide Button
The E-PM2’s Live Guide system allows you to preview effects as you adjust them – before the image is even captured. With a simple touch, slide through numerous photographic effects, such as brightness, color saturation, blur background, etc. And now, it’s even easier to get to the Live Guide menu at the touch of a button on the top of the camera.

iAuto
A convenient, fully automated feature that detects the scene and applies the best of six situations just by aiming the camera toward the subject. Backlight adjustment are automatically applied for Portrait and Landscape modes.

BLAZING SPEED
Immediate Response ONE-Touch Shutter and Control

Immediate Response ONE-Touch Shutter and Control
The E-PM2’s Touchscreen reacts quickly with the slightest touch and can focus by touch even if the subject is not in the center. Touch Screen display makes it easy to choose AF points, capture a picture, change camera settings, release the shutter or navigate the Live Guide controls, simply by touching the screen.

8fps Sequential Shooting
Stunning low light photos are a click away with an increased ISO sensitivity to 25,600.

FAST AF with Face and Eye Detect
The FAST (Frequency Acceleration Sensor Technology) AF System is able to focus at an incredible speed and offers 35 separate focus points that are spread over nearly the entire sensor, which makes it possible for pin-point accurate focusing on small subjects wherever they appear in the frame. Selectable 3x3 groups within the 35-point area are especially effective when shooting active subjects.

12 Art Filters with 7 Art Filter Effects
CREATIVE FREEDOM

12 Art Filters with 7 Art Filter Effects
Twelve in-camera Art Filters are enhanced by new filter variations, art effects and bracketing. Photographers can use Art Filters in all shooting modes as well as filming HD movies. The Twelve in-camera Art Filters (Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale and Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Gentle Sepia, Cross Process, Key Line and Dramatic Tone, Watercolor) are enhanced by new filter variations, art effects and bracketing. Photographers can use Art Filters in all shooting modes as well as filming HD movies. Also, the E-PM2 now features the Monochrome Art Filter Effect, where the Picture Tone effect can change the color from normal monotone to sepia, blue, purple, and green.

Full 1080i HD Movie - with Art Filter Movie
Shoot up to 29 minutes of 1080 60i HD video and stereo sound in either .MOV or .AVI formats. A Direct HD Movie Button switches you from still to movie mode with just the press of a button. Shoot movies with Art Filters, and new to the E-S3, change your Art Filter while taking the movie, and see the change right on the LCD.

AF Illuminator
LOW LIGHT PERFORMANCE

AF Illuminator
The addition of this super luminosity LED beam allows the camera to focus faster in low light up to almost 10 feet

Bundled Flash
Attachable flash included. This camera provides the flexibility to attach a flash to your camera via the accessory port, or leave it at home for maximum portability.

Product Description

Features an expansive 16 MP Live MOS sensor and TruePic VI Image Processor for powerfully vivid images that rival the quality of an SLR. Let the camera achieve photographic perfection with features like iAuto and 23 scene select modes. Or, take control using Direct Live Guide. Explore your creative side with 12 ready-to-use art filters. The PEN E-PM2 features technology to help you shoot brilliantly when light is hard to find. There's blazing speed with an incredibly responsive touch shutter and 8 fps sequential shooting. Includes: Olympus M.Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 II R MSC Micro Digital Zoom Lens

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So please do not dismiss this camera because of that reason. Just open up your RAW files with some other software and you will see that your photos are nice. Read more ›
-The overall image quality is very good, as it uses the same sensor as the Olympus OM-D EM-5 -The camera packed with features, including things like automatic bracketing so… Read more ›
This is a huge advancement. Images are sharp. As they say, it takes days to learn the controls but so many settings are customizeable that once figured out, it is a… Read more ›
Surprising picture quality in all conditions. Night pictures are fantastic. Loved the additional 150 mm Lens, pictures looks even better. Read more ›
That's a brilliant camera @ bargain price (even with…It's a little gem, has the same sensor as the OM-D so the image quality is excellent... Definitely recommended... Read more ›
It is not as easy to use the sophisticated features because all the controls go…Image quality is exceptional, although not comparable to a $2400 full frame digital camera. Read more ›
Love the camera. Both lenses are great. We are using it all the time. Read more ›
I highly recommend this camera. The included lenses are decent, but I really like shooting with the Lumix 20mm/F1.7. Read more ›
Only negative I have is now that I am learning how to…It's still great to get the telephoto lens for zooming, but both lenses here are not fast and have a high aperature. Read more ›
It got completely submerged for about 10 seconds. The lens was full of water (20mm panny) and the camera refused to do anything. I removed the lens, and there was water on… Read more ›
The kit lens is a very good lens, very sharp even to the corners when stopped down to f9 (that's my preferred f-stop, except at 14mm where that's probably too much stopping… Read more ›
Overall the benefits - primarily compactness and flexibility - outweigh…Next step is to purchase a faster, lens higher quality prime lens and see how the results compare. Read more ›
The picture quality came out great for most pictures. The automatic setting choices were great to play with and are a great addition. If you aren't great yet at… Read more ›
I'm a geologist and I bought it for my future field work and can't wait to try it…The different modes are perfect for both beginners (me) and professionals in photography. Read more ›
Now, if you plan to use this camera with the original kit…The menus are quick to access and much more usable than e.g. Nex 3N (and that's even without the touchscreen). I… Read more ›
The size is very small (almost too small, so make sure you use a wrist strap) + the touch screen function is amazing! Read more ›
Pics at ISO 3200 are still good. --Touch screen controls are quick. I find I can work the controls on this camera faster than the E-PL3 I previously owned. Read more ›
This camera is ideal for enthusiast and takes good images even at ISO 3200. Includes full manual controls, such as focus, aperture, and time exposition. Videos are recorded… Read more ›
I have the EPM1 and upgraded to this EPM2 because the price was very good with the bundled zoom, which I always wanted from before. It seems that cost reductions were… Read more ›
be ready for massive photoshopping of ALL your photos might as well get a tiny compact camera at half price, it is much sharper. thanks olympus... Read more ›
The kit came with two lenses, and the larger lens provides zoom results as if it were a 300MM lens. Again, terrific value and excellent results. Cost - for a little over… Read more ›
This Olympus Pen E-PM2 is a great camera at a great price. The pricing was low (almost half price) because it is no longer being made. Read more ›
You'll likely get the most use out of the 15-42mm lens, but the 40 - 150mm lens is a great value when you need to be (but can't get) close to the action. Read more ›
excellent camera....a bit pricey, but worth it.....takes beautiful pix Read more ›
In bright outdoor conditions the image…Also the auto focus was super fast and accurate and the fast 8 frames per second was amazing for a camera at this price point. Read more ›
Overall I love the convenience, handling, picture quality and even…But when I want good low light performance and nice soft focus backgrounds I'll stick with the Nikon. Read more ›
In fact I thought the tap the screen to take a photo was a gimmick, but with such a fast AF, I find I am snapping twice as many photos than I normally do, and they are all… Read more ›
- Fast focus. Certainly faster than I'm used to with compact cameras and comparable to the speed for a moderately priced dSLR and lens. Read more ›
- The "touch shutter" is very handy. I tap the display where my subject is and the camera (quickly) focuses on that spot and snaps the shutter. A pair of convenient finger… Read more ›
Enter the M43 solution. I am very impressed with the auto focus performance, drive speed, and image quality from this little gem. My only knock against the camera is it's a… Read more ›
I have no complaints about this camera. It was so simple to use too. Read more ›
The images are excellent. It is easy to use and love the ability to change lenses. Didn't know what we had been missing with a low-end point and shoot. Read more ›
Excellent starter camera. Easy to use. Artistic settings are great. Read more ›
Only used it on a couple of occasions but very easy to use and takes terrific pictures. Especially pleased with close up portrait results Read more ›
* Focus has been fairly fast and sure. * I can't emphasize this enough - the camera is just fun to use. It's a real throw back to small rangefinder cameras of the 60s and 70s. Read more ›
this is a starter camera for me. its easy to use, it takes great pics. so its great for a beginner like me Read more ›
I'm not sure if it's the LCD though. The LCD is not great either: 640k dots. So, overall, many shortcomings, but the basics are there, and it's an impressive performer, so… Read more ›
great IQ and high ISO performance. touch screen option is nice .well made and feels solid in your hands' super fast a/f. very pleased !!!! Read more ›
Outstanding image…Touch screen option on LCD is nice for beginners....Really good starting price, especially considering E-PM2 includes a starter lens and external flash Read more ›
The LCD is good. Not as great as it could be, but it's good enough to get the job done. Read more ›
What an eye opener! Near dsl IQ, fast focus, touch screen magic, lightweight but jewel-like quality, innovative options...can you tell I'm having fun? Only drawback is… Read more ›
I dislike the touch screen, because it seems that I am often handling the camera with in bright light with limited view of the reflective screen, and I have ruined some… Read more ›
I do not miss the mode dial as the touch screen replaces that for me. In P/A/S modes the quick access panel (brought up by OK button) is great!!! Faster setting changes… Read more ›
The touch interface is nice sometimes, other times it's a nuisance when you accidentally touch it. The flash that came with it worked once and hasn't worked since. Read more ›
The images it produces are a notch above what I get…On the down side, the user interface is clearly designed for the point-and-shoot user, not for the advanced amateur. D… Read more ›
The camera produced great pictures at a great price for a mirrorless compact, however the interface was quite awkward. I think even after getting used to the set up, it… Read more ›
The control is also fast, with touch screen to select focus area or point, and super-manual to quickly adjust some parameters and user customed function button, the speed… Read more ›
Comments: Good user control interface and fast respond: In the beginning, I was hesitating it doesn't have the mode dial. However, the touch screen is easy to use. Read more ›
The body felt of nice quality but the kit (14-42mm) lens felt very cheap and didn't seem to feel right at all, but performed good. The color was nice, looks clean. It was… Read more ›
The pictures are beautiful. I use raw mode and the colors are just amazing. I use the mac retina which brings out any blemishes easily. Read more ›
I'm very happy with my little Pen. It's fast, light, and delivers those wonderful Olympus colors. Five Stars. Read more ›
Image quality from the kit lens might seem ordinary at first, but the camera does render excellent color even from JPEGs (this is where I got most compliments, the colors… Read more ›
The OOC Jpegs are very good and full of pleasant colors. But the raw pictures are better and you need to use the Olympus Viewer 3 Program that comes with the camera to get… Read more ›
However, there was a definite improvement (to the already good) color reproduction including automatic white balance presumably due to an updated .jpg processing engine… Read more ›
You will need to figure out which mode works best for you. Great video. Read more ›
Cons: They could improve on video quality 1080p/60p is a must for clean smooth video Better Grip, but there are devices that fit in the hot shoe that makes it handle better. Read more ›
It's very sturdy, and unless you're very careless with how you handle it, you…The battery also lasts very long taking pictures, but drains quicker while taking videos. Read more ›
The one-touch video button is great for catching 1080p .mov files quickly and easily without having to fumble through…No more missing the opportunity for a great video. T… Read more ›
Nonetheless, given that excellent video can be had with the proper lenses, I am increasing my rating to 4 stars from the original 3, as this is truly otherwise a camera… Read more ›
Nonetheless, given that excellent video can be had…If the camera's IBIS gave good video results with Olympus lenses, I would absolutely give this camera a 5-star rating. Read more ›
I'd recommend it if you are a hiker/backpacker and would want to document your trip. It strikes a perfect balance between size and image quality for that. Read more ›
Again side of page the three ... to view full size and in windows zoom in a couple of clicks to really see the detail. You may notice that on some of the photos above from… Read more ›
I've yet to play with much of the features of the camera but am thoroughly happy…It's a great step up from a point-and-shoot and its compact size is extremely convenient. Read more ›
Olympus only advice was that I…So as much as I like the size, weight, fast shooting for me this camera is useless because as I said 90% of pic I take are pic of people. Read more ›
I love the size. I'm the type of person that doesn't want to carry much, and this is much more portable than the bigger dslr's. Read more ›
I like the small size and the low weight. I take it on hiking trips. Read more ›
I havent played around with raw very much. Considering that this is a very good sensor, I wouldnt be surpised if Raw allows for some pretty good edits after shoots. But the… Read more ›
I bought this as a backup to my E-M5, and to have a more compact body when that is called for. Same great sensor. If you're new to Olympus cameras, the interface may take a… Read more ›
I was looking for a DSRL but when I found this wonderful piece of…It a micro 4/3 with a good sensor (good quality with the 14-4mm and 40-150mm included with this camera). Read more ›
How much better is the D800 than the Micro Four Thirds PM2? Well the sensor has 400% the surface area Noise? I haven't compared the two sensors but others have and the 1-2… Read more ›
I've used just about every image stabilization system around and honestly, I am still not 100% impressed with the Olympus Sensor Shift. The cameras sensor is very forgiving… Read more ›

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158 of 163 people found the following review helpful By The Noise on February 1, 2013
Style Name: Body OnlyColor Name: Silver Verified Purchase
I am a photography amateur enthusiast. My other cameras are a Nikon D5100 and a D600 DSLRs with a range of lenses (prime and zooms). I've started shooting film back in early 90s on an old Nikon SLR.

I also own a tiny pocket Canon ELPH HS300 point and shoot, which I wasn't really happy with. The pictures were rarely better than what I can take with my iPhone, at which point as small as the camera is, it's too big.

I wanted something compact that could still take the breathtaking pictures my DSLR is capable of, and I spent a long time researching the best option. The main contenders were mirrorless cameras with largish sensors (for the form factor).

Against a Fujifilm x100: I have to say Fujifilm's x100 (and the upcoming x100s) is a beautiful camera, I really like the retro look of it. It also features a great APS-C sized sensor on it, which makes for a great picture quality. The problem with this camera is the sluggish auto focus, which for a compact "walk around" camera is especially problematic (apparently the upcoming x100s is supposed to improve on this). It was also little pricey for what I wanted to spend.

Sony RX100: Is a great little camera, which can take great photos. But I wanted something with a little bigger sensor and interchangeable lenses. You see I want to be able to invest the bulk of my money into lenses as no doubt the camera bodies become somewhat outdated every 2-4 years.

And then I gave the Micro Four Thirds cameras a consideration. See the Micro Four Thirds is an open standard Olympus and Panasonic have created, where you can freely use all m4/3 lenses on any camera body. More companies are joining this alliance each month.
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183 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Ken on March 7, 2013
Style Name: with 14-42mm LensColor Name: Black
The Olympus E-PM2 is one of Olympus' 4th generation (digital) PEN series cameras. It shares the same sensor with the two other 4th generation PEN series cameras; the E-PL5 and OM-D. Not surprisingly, the image quality of each of these 4th generation PEN series cameras is almost identical. The E-PM2 is really small and now includes a small grip making handling a bit easier. The camera body is the same size and weight as a smallish compact. The autofocus speed and high ISO image quality is unmatched by any other camera this small. The Olympus E-PM2 is one of very few cameras that can (auto) focus in total darkness, and it does so effortlessly (The Olympus OM-D, E-PL5 & all Nikon SLRs are really the only other cameras that can do this that I am aware). The Menu system is not great on the E-PM2 and appears suited to those who like the camera to make most of the decisions. The E-PM2 is priced at less than half of the OM-D. As such, it is a real bargain for very similar image quality. Obviously the OM-D has many features and controls not found on the E-PM2 including a very good electronic viewfinder.

I believe each of the PEN series cameras offer a remarkable balance of portability, automated/manual controls and high image quality. It can be confusing though sorting through all the different yet similar cameras which now is in its fourth generation

The first three generation PEN series cameras essentially use the same sensor. Consequently, the image quality is similar especially for the first two generations (E-P1, E-PL1 & E-P2, E-PL2). One of the problems with the first two generation PEN series cameras is the lack of a focus assist infrared beam; auto-focusing is slow (and sometimes non-existent) in dim lighting. Also, the LCDs on the E-P1 & E-PL1 are not great.
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115 of 124 people found the following review helpful By GM on December 8, 2012
Style Name: with 14-42mm LensColor Name: Black
The Olympus E-PM2 camera, which I ordered for $100 off on black friday arrived. First things first: The quality of raw images of E-PM2 rivals many APS-C cameras, and it's the best in mu4/3 realm. Plus the camera is tiny compared to a DSLR. Does it deliver on the promises? Some thoughts after a month of use:

Pros:
* Low ISO images have certain depth and clarity that I only used to get with a DSLR (I've previously owned Canon DSLRs including Rebel Xti, 40D, 5dMkII).
* Colors & auto white balance of images are pretty good. Rich yet natural.
* Autofocus with Olympus 45mm f/1.8 is impressive. Initial acquisition is very fast in good light. Allows me to take pictures of our 1yr old toddler while he's on the move (mind you, he's not a sprinter).
* The camera is pretty fast in high speed mode. Shot-to-shot blackout time is short. Writing on SD card is quick.
* Touch-shutter works really well. I either use the center-point focus or touch shutter, both of which are fast and effective.
* The camera itself is good looking compared to most alternatives (I ordered the white one).

Cons:
* User interface has a long way to go to become photographer friendly.
-- Changing the aperture in aperture-priority mode is inconvenient (dial only controls exposure compensation; changing aperture requires several button pushes).
-- Small fonts are difficult to read (especially ISO).
-- Settings like ISO, aperture, exposure time are not displayed in image preview, unless you go to the detailed view which shrinks the image to 1/4 size.
* In low light, camera is slow to focus with my favorite Panasonic 20mm f/1.7; AF tends to hunt (Panasonic GF3 doesn't do that).
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