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Which one M5 mk II or M10 mk II ???

 
St ­ Bernard
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Jul 12, 2017 21:07 |  #1

Looking at both these two cameras with a 12-40 Pro lens. I do not do much video at all mostly stills. Like to do lakes, rivers, zoos forests, mountains, car shows air shows etc. Would appreciate your feedback on what you feel is the best suited for me. Thanks Bill




  
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Jul 12, 2017 21:25 |  #2

St Bernard wrote in post #18400747 (external link)
Looking at both these two cameras with a 12-40 Pro lens. I do not do much video at all mostly stills. Like to do lakes, rivers, zoos forests, mountains, car shows air shows etc. Would appreciate your feedback on what you feel is the best suited for me. Thanks Bill


The Em5 II is weather sealed and has a fully articulating screen. The EM10 II is not weather sealed and only has a tilting screen. If you purchase the 12-40 pro it's weather sealing will be useless on the EM10.
Both cameras are equal in picture quality.




  
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Jul 14, 2017 15:07 as a reply to  @ Canon Dog's post |  #3

Also, if I recall correctly the EM-10 is smaller in size. So depending on hand size, that could be a determining factor. If you shoot a lot in the fall, winter or spring, then weather-sealing should be an important consideration.




  
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