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Hi Gonzalo. First here is a URL to the B&H Photo site that gives a good description of the specifications: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/842931-REG/Olympus_V204040BU000_OM_D_E_M5_Micro_Four.html
This camera does not have a wifi feature. For me it was a minor feature as I like to upload my photographs and th… see more
Hi Gonzalo. First here is a URL to the B&H Photo site that gives a good description of the specifications: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/842931-REG/Olympus_V204040BU000_OM_D_E_M5_Micro_Four.html
This camera does not have a wifi feature. For me it was a minor feature as I like to upload my photographs and then use Adobe Photoshop to crop and adjust my pictures. It also lets me take a closer look to see just how sharp the pictures are for enlargements.
Still, for the money it is a super DSLR with tons of features and a wonderful size. I can pack a lot of gear into a midsized backpack to a full day of shooting.
Hope this helps and thanks for asking.
Oh, BTW: I am not affiliated in any way with B&H Photo other than the occasional customer. see less

By styleon on February 28, 2014
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If you buy the kit for $1,149.00, the lens will be included. "What's in the box" might be because it's a description of the body only and up. Maybe.
Anyway, the lens will be there if you buy the $1,149.00 kit. It is a handy lens that matches the E-M5 nicely. Nothing beats primes, but the 12-50mm is very handy for the l… see more
If you buy the kit for $1,149.00, the lens will be included. "What's in the box" might be because it's a description of the body only and up. Maybe.
Anyway, the lens will be there if you buy the $1,149.00 kit. It is a handy lens that matches the E-M5 nicely. Nothing beats primes, but the 12-50mm is very handy for the less serious daily walk-around use. I am very happy with mine, and am very pleased with the 12-50mm over the 14-42mm option. I've had both. Good luck! see less

By Roger M on August 19, 2013
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It depends.
EM10 - Wifi, faster processing, built-in flash, no weather sealing.
EM-5 weather sealing, small accessory flash instead of built-in flash. All indications are that the actual image quality is pretty much identical.… see more
It depends.
EM10 - Wifi, faster processing, built-in flash, no weather sealing.
EM-5 weather sealing, small accessory flash instead of built-in flash. All indications are that the actual image quality is pretty much identical.
For me... I'd get the EM-5. But sometimes I wish I had built-in wi-fi. see less

By P. Hamm on November 21, 2014
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Hi Susan, the tilting screen allows you to take photos overhead or down low or angles where it would be difficult to look through the vewifinder. it is helpful for me for taking pet photos and at concerts among other places. hope this helps. i love my OM-D-E-M5, just an amazing camera.
By JKTaylor on March 27, 2014
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Included were the camera, flash, lens and lens caps, owners manual. I would suggest the camera without the lens and the Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 lens instead of the olympus kit lens which while OK, you will not use for long before wanting a replacement. You will also want to download the owners manual from the internet s… see more Included were the camera, flash, lens and lens caps, owners manual. I would suggest the camera without the lens and the Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 lens instead of the olympus kit lens which while OK, you will not use for long before wanting a replacement. You will also want to download the owners manual from the internet since the supplied manual is of very little use. The camera is outstanding and the pictures measure up to my Nikon full size D700 DSLR at a fraction of the weight. see less
By Raymond S. Iorio on March 2, 2013
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If you let the camera decide where t focus, yes .. I tend to use single spot focussing in which case there would be little difference.
Examples od spot focussing at :- http://photohounds.smugmug.com/Performing-arts
It has wifi too, so balance that against the EM-5's 9fps (good for sports) and it's rain proof nature.

By Amazon Customer on March 7, 2014
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It's really better than the other system but how slow shutter speed you could pickup is depend on what kind of lens you have and how stable your hands are! I could go slow as 1/10 sec with my Sigma 105mm f 2.8 ( 210mm on m4/3 syatem ) telephoto!
By SM on October 21, 2015
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Hi Elizabeth.... One of the things I like most about this camera is that it is very easy to change settings. For me, the menus are very intuitive and that would include the menu for turning off the focus beep. When you go into the settings menu, go to "D" and scroll to the last screen of D and you will find the soun… see more Hi Elizabeth.... One of the things I like most about this camera is that it is very easy to change settings. For me, the menus are very intuitive and that would include the menu for turning off the focus beep. When you go into the settings menu, go to "D" and scroll to the last screen of D and you will find the sound on focusing setting. Set to "off" and you are good to go. see less
By a long way from home on June 28, 2013
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I don't know anything about the Sony, but I really like the EM5. While the menu takes some getting used to, (not intuitive) the results are outstanding. In camera stabilization gives me all the options of micro 4/3 lenses made by Olympus, Panasonic, and others. The list is long and getting longer as M 4/3 cameras be… see more I don't know anything about the Sony, but I really like the EM5. While the menu takes some getting used to, (not intuitive) the results are outstanding. In camera stabilization gives me all the options of micro 4/3 lenses made by Olympus, Panasonic, and others. The list is long and getting longer as M 4/3 cameras become more popular. Hope this helps. see less
By Dan O'Neal on July 18, 2014