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2 Incredible Features of the OMD EM1ii
We have an Epic Shootout coming next week between the Panasonic GH5 and the Olympus OMD EM1ii. Everyone is raving about the GH5 for its video features, but I have give it to Olympus, I keep on finding more and more to love about it.
2 Killer features it has the do not get the respect (and there are actually more than 2).
1. Its High Res mode. Granted this only really works perfectly on a tripod and with non-moving subjects, but it allows you to get 50 MP (JPEG) and 80 MP images from a 20 MP sensor. Its IBIS tilts the sensor in different directions and creates a composite. 80MP RAW file with a 20 MP sensor?? Yes that is awesome.
2. The HDR feature on the OMD is ridiculous. Not only is it fast and processes in camera, it produces a composite RAW for that HDR shot. Typically you get separate images if at all (often not RAW). This is a RAW HDR shot.
But the in camera JPEGS aren't bad either: