A dust-and-weather-sealed design distinguishes the Olympus OM-D E-M5 from the rest of the interchangeable-lens crowd, and its class-leading performance doesn’t hurt, either. Plus, it’s got an interesting, relatively streamlined shooting design.
- photo credit – CNET
Well… It appears CNET was not as intrigued with the E-M5 as other reviewers were. Actually it looks like they prefer to see it as a step from a point-and-shoot rather than a competitor to a DSLR. Too bad, because the E-M5 is a serious piece of photo gear that has proven to be a DSLR alternative.
Read the full review at CNET.