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Cheapest Olympus OM-D E-M5 Price in Singapore is S$ 1,540.00

The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Olympus OM-D E-M5 price in Singapore is S$ 1,540.00 from Lazada. Olympus OM-D E-M5 price details are updated May 2020.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Olympus OM-D E-M5

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 7,746.93 S$ 1,419.00
Indonesia IDR 2.550.000 S$ 246.00
Singapore SGD 1,540.00 S$ 1,540.00
Thailand THB 35,900 S$ 1,597.00
Vietnam VND 19.988.000 S$ 1,216.00

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 16MP
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Electronic
Hinged No
Touchscreen Yes
Tiltable Yes
Swivel No
Off Mode Yes
Anti Smudge Coating No
Anti Scratch Yes
Live View Yes
Sensor Size 17.3 x 13
Sensor Type CMOS
Video Resolution Full HD
Physical Design
Weight 425g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 122 x 89 x 43mm
Optics & Focus
Lens Mount M4/3
ISO Auto Yes
White Balance Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Bluetooth No
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Packaging Content
Camera Version Body Only

Reviews of Olympus OM-D E-M5
Reviewed on 2012-03-23
Low noise at very high ISO settings, Superb handling, Excellent image stabilization, Fast and accurate autofocus, Gorgeous retroinspired design
Cramped and small back buttons
Olympus has been bringing retro back since the first PEN E-P1 first launched in 2009. It's proven so popular that other companies have sat up and taken note - check out Fujifilm's major push into retro designs with the X100, X10 and X-Pro1 cameras.Stil...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-24
One of the most significant developments in digital photography has been the introduction of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. By removing the mirror and optical viewfinder, manufacturers are able to make their cameras smaller, without compromising...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-28
A small and lightweight camera with a grown-up feature set, delivering professional results – that’s the holy grail of digital photography. With the OM-D E-M5, Olympus aims to get close: the camera, touted as “groundbreaking” and “revolutionary,” of...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-01
Previously we compared a pre-production , with video comparisons, then we compared a final image quality version of the , with low light sample video. Now we are comparing the two cameras with new photos with the same lens and settings on each. In the ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-18
We now have a final version of the new Panasonic Lumix GH3, and compare it to the Olympus OM-D E-M5, both Micro Four Thirds cameras, both with a 16 megapixel sensor, and both with a weather sealed SLR styled body, although one with more retro styling. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-10
We have a brief look at the new , and compare it to the Olympus OM-D E-M5, both Micro Four Thirds cameras, both with a 16 megapixel sensor, and both with a weather sealed SLR styled body, although one with more retro styling. The sensor in the GH3 is s...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-14
Lightweight, Well made (some of the lenses are built like a watch), Comparatively small, even with the battery pack, EVF is excellent, clear and large enough to compose and manual focus with, Very fast, accurate AF in SAF mode using center focus point, Th...
Menu system is not easy to use, Buttons are not nice to use, a bit "squidgy" and imprecise feeling, Continuous AF and Focus Tracking are not well enacted, I've stopped using this for my work, It's not best suited to shooting Birds in Flight, particularly...
Olympus OM-D EM-5 User Review, records his early impressions I have watched the development of the micro four thirds cameras with interest since buying and then quite rapidly selling the . I was looking for a replacement for my back-up Canon DSLR wh...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-19
With the Olympus OM-D E-M5 you’ve got the manufacturer taking what was great about the original OM line of SLR units with a collection of fabulous add-ons that work perfectly well in the digital world. In this 4.8 x 3.5 x 1.69-inch beast that weighs in...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-18
We compare the latest Micro Four Thirds cameras from Olympus and Panasonic, the Panasonic Lumix G5 and Olympus OM-D E-M5...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-12
Lightweight, Relatively small, Very fast accurate auto-focus, Reasonably good low light capability, Nice bokeh, Olympus OM-D E-M5
For the price, quality, and focal range achieved with this combination, none, Olympus OM-D E-M5 Specifications, ManufacturerOlympus, Image Sensor, Pixels16.1Mp (Megapixels), Pixels (W)4608, Pixels (H)3456, Sensor TypeLive MOS Sensor, Sensor SizeMicro / Fo...
This is a user review of the Olympus OM-D E-M5 written by : A month with the Olympus OM-D E-M5.I’ve had the camera and the 14-42mm kit lens for about a month now, and I’ve taken more photos in that than in the previous 4 years combined. I haven’t used ...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-20
Photoxels Editor’s Choice 2012 – Interchangeable Lens Camera Impressions. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 makes a big impression with lightning fast AF, excellent image quality and manual controls that make the camera fast and enjoyable to use. It’s an int...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-17
Olympus is known to stay true to its heritage, and the new OM-D EM-5 is a sparkling example. The company debuted its first film OM model 40 years ago in 1972, and I actually shot with an Olympus OM-1N a decade ago in my high school photography class. Much...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-15
Appealing body design, Smaller camera is easy to hold and quite small, Battery grip makes the E-M5 feel like a tiny professional camera, EVF works well, Tilting OLED touchpanel display, Water resistant body, Advanced in-body image stabilization, Excell......
Odd power switch location, Exposure compensation dial changes easily, can't be turned off, Small buttons, EVF proximity sensor sometimes activates unexpectedly, Moderately high chromatic aberration from 12-50mm kit lens, No in-camera chromatic aberrati......
Names. What doesn't make sense is the camera's name. OM-D E-M5 is absurdly circumspect. They want to pay homage to the OM line while pointing out that it's digital, hence the D. Like we didn't know. Yet they want to keep pointing out that it's electronic...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-01
Great battery life, Superior image quality, even in low light, You can really push ISO without sacrificing resolution, Durability, Very powerful auto-focus and image stabilization technology
Button design, No pop-up flash – accessory only, There can be some in-camera digging before you get your customized settings up and running
Olympus is one of the pioneers of the Micro Four Thirds (MFT) category as we know it. The PEN series has been one of the most popular sellers of this segment, and the E-P3 has made its way to the top of more than a few “best of” lists over the past year. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-01
Open the box. Lift out the camera body. And a rush of passion. Is it an OM-1? An OM-2? An OM-4?In truth, the new Olympus OM-D E-M5 is all of these … and none of them!I have in fact, over time, owned all the early OM 35mm film SLR cameras, along with ma...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-01
Tough weather-sealed build quality, Outstanding High ISO noise performance, Great quality viewfinder and tilting OLED touch-screen, 5-axis image stabilisation which works with any lens, 2, 3, 5 and 7-frame auto bracketing.
Screen only tilts and there's no touch functions in movie modes, Distracting whirring noise from stabilisation motor, No built-in mic socket, Flash unit clips-on rather then being built-in, Continuous AF not as consistent as a phase-detect system.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 review The Olympus OM-D E-M5 is the latest Micro Four Thirds compact system camera from Olympus and its first with a built-in viewfinder. Announced in May 2012, the E-M5 design is based on the popular and, for it's time, diminutive O...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-25
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
The photo quality is solid, but not outstanding, especially if you shoot only JPEG
Much as it did when launching the PEN series of Micro Four Thirds cameras, Olympus trots out another beloved film brand and updates it for the digital age. This time out, though, Olympus frames enthusiasts squarely in the scene. Olympus' reincarnation ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-17
Outstanding image quality, * Highly customizable feature set, * Compact design, * Wide selection of accessories and lenses, * Weather resistant body, * Art Filters add fun factor, * Good macro mode on 12-50mm zoom, * Fast autofocus and burst mode,
Menu system can be daunting, * No built-in mic adapter, * Small buttons can be difficult for large fingers, * Soft humming noise when powered up, Price when rated: $1000 (body only); $1300 with 12-50mm 1:3.5-6.3 zoom lens
Olympus reached back to its design roots when crafting the new OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The original OM line of film SLRs was known for its rich feature set and stylish, compact design. Now, released as a digital body, the first offering in ...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-16
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No builtin popup flash. Can't change exposure settings while shooting video. Shallow eye cup diminishes the EVF's effectiveness in bright outdoor situations
The latest micro four-thirds camera from Olympus is clearly designed to appeal to all those hoary, wizened photographers who long for the good ol’ days.Olympus’ new digital OM series is modeled after the company’s original, beloved OM film cameras from...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-14
Olympus have expanded their Micro Four Thirds family with the launch of the OM-D E-M5. Boasting the World's fastest autofocus system, the E-M5 brings the original design ethos of the 1970's film OM series kicking and screaming into the 21st century. R...
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