Awards

  • Recommended by TR

Summary

Our Score

9/10

User Score

Review Price £1,150.00


ISO 200 is sharp, detailed and noise-free.


ISO 400 shows very little difference from ISO 200.


At ISO 800 the E-M5 is still producing high quality images, with only the merest hint of noise.


At ISO 1600 noise has begun to creep in with a softening of detail, but it's not a great problem.


ISO 3200 shows a more marked increase in noise, with a more noticeable softening of detail.


ISO 6400 is where image quality begins to break down, especially when viewing images at 100% or more.


At ISO 12,800 and image quality is starting to get a bit ropey.


The top setting of ISO 25,600 might help you out in an emergency but is otherwise best avoided.

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