Is the OMD EM-10’s 3 Axis IBIS good?
The OM-D E-M10 is the latest addition to Olympus‘ range of the highly reviewed OMD series of Micro four thirds cameras.
But unlike the E-M5 and E-M1 that preceded it and sit above it in the OMD series which have the much acclaimed 5-axis image stabilisation system, the EM10 has a 3-Axis image stabilisation system, but built upon the same technology… so how effective is it? lets’s find out…
(Remember, this is my “Day 1” with this camera, AND as is the way with kit lenses, nothing here represents the highest image quality possible with the camera… More tests with OLY’s awesome prime lenses to come in the full review series of course ;) )
Sneak-peek still I posted (as mentioned in the video); https://plus.google.com/+NateBurr/posts/HwK4WEy7rJ1
All shots were performed completely hand-held and free of any other kind of support, Video was shot in either Aperture priority or manual mode.
All shots (except for the final few as indicated in the video) were performed with the new 14-42mm collapsing pancake style, kit lens;
M.Zuiko 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 EZ
All shots are straight out of camera, no grading, filters, post-production stabilisation or adjustments of any kind have been made.
Music; “End of summer Chantings”