Pros Lots of options.
Compact and well built.
Sleek and attractive.
Cons BUGS! This camera will break on you.
Olympus Customer service is horrible / non existent.
Short battery life.
Barriers to use. Requires hours...days of "playing with" before you understand what's going on.
Strange package of cords.
Summary For the money, this is a poor investment. I've had nothing but bad experiences with the last two cameras I've purchased from Olympus, the Pen3 and the OMD. Both were buggy and defected in a matter of days after recieving.
Both times I experienced horrendous customer service. The OMD package ran me nearly $1,500 dollars. It broke after a week of use and took the company nearly four months to repair the camera. It took another 6 weeks to get them to refund my money.
Totally unreliable. Sticking with the brands I know and trust. Nikon. Never lets me down.
Pros looks retro
Cons Main dial falls off after a while of use
LCD bezel cracking due to overtightened screws
No user cleanable sensor
Summary Not worth the money! Why get a +1000$ camera when you can have a proof-en DSLR D7000 or 60D for MUCH less which functions better and is more reliable. A cool looking retro camera, but lacks built quality. A expensive interchangeable lens camera that performs no better than a great advanced Point and Shoot.
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