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Face-to-face with the African nature

E-M1 Mark II • M.ZUIKO Digital ED 12-40mm 1:2.8 PRO • 1:3.5 • 1/3200s • ISO 200

A fast and accurate autofocus is very important for taking pictures of animals in their natural environment, and I needed a good colour rendition for the landscape shots. Also, the Silent Shutter mode is more than helpful when you are shooting pictures of animals. In the end, the lightweight equipment and the long-lasting battery were absolutely ideal, especially as I was out the whole day and didn’t want to lose any time catching the best lighting.


A real pleasure for me was the high-speed shooting to catch just the right moment. With the new OM-D, I stopped thinking about when it was necessary to click the shutter, I just caught the moment I wanted! I mean, you can record 60 frames per second, all in a full RAW format! You just have to make sure you have a good memory card that works as fast as the E-M1 Mark II.


I was also satisfied with the pictures I took of landscapes, even in low-light situations. The E-M1 Mark II has a better exposure metering, much better colour renditions and has less noise in low contrast. Also, the camera has the best dynamic range, which allows you to take photos even in the backlight. All of these are very important components for a landscape photographer.

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