- Dimensiones del producto: 11,1 x 3,8 x 6,4 cm ; 327 g
- Pilas 1 Lithium ion necesaria(s), incluida(s)
- Número de modelo del producto: E-PL6
- ASIN: B00CPLQ10A
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 2 de septiembre de 2013
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº416.493 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Olympus PEN E-PL6 + 14-42 mm II - Cámara digital (Auto, Flash, Fluorescente, Exterior, Sombra, Sunny, Tungsteno, Submarino, Playa, Luz de una vela, Niños, Acercamiento (macro), Documentos, Fuegos artificiales, Paisaje, Retra, Mudo, Vivo, Batería, MILC, TTL)
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- Sensor de 16.1 Mp y tecnología Live MOS
- Kit con objetivo Zuiko 14 -42 mm
- Pantalla de 3 pulgadas
- Estabilizador de imagen digital
- Grabación de vídeo 1080p Full HD
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Detalles del producto
Color: Negro | Nombre de estilo: Kit cuerpo cámara con objetivo 14-42 mm
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Descripción del producto
Ajustes de enfoque: Automático/Manual
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 63,7 mm
Ancho: 110,5 mm
Autodisparador: 2,12 s
Balance de blancos: Auto, Flash, Fluorescente, Exterior, Sombra, Sunny, Tungsteno, Submarino
Bloqueo de Auto Focus (AF): Si
Cables incluidos: USB
Certificado Energy Star: No
Color del producto: Negro
Control de exposición a luz: Programa AE de enfoque automático
Corrección de exposición a la luz: ± 3 EV (1/2 EV; 1/3EV step)
Correción de exposición del flash: ±3EV (1/2, 1/3, 1 EV step)
Diagonal de la pantalla: 7,62 cm (3")
Disparador automático: Si
Efectos fotográficos: Mudo, Vivo
Estabilizador de imagen: Si
Formatos de imagen soportados: JPG,MPO,RAW
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: MOV
Fotometría: Centrado, Mancha
GPS (satélite): No
Grabación de vídeo: Si
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Idiomas de soporte: Checo, Danés, Alemán, Holandés, Inglés, Español, EST, Finés, Francés, Griego, Húngaro, Italiano, LAV, LIT, Noruego, Polaco, Portugués, Ruso, SER, SLK, Esloveno, Sueco, Turco, Ucraniano
Interfaz de montaje del objetivo: Micro Cuatro Tercios
Intervalo de longitud focal: 14 - 42 mm
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
Megapixeles: 16,1 MP
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Modo de auto-enfoque (AF): Autoenfoque continuo, Autoenfoque único, Seguimiento de enfoque automático
Modos de flash: Auto, Llenar, Flash desactivado, Manual, Reducción de ojos rojos, Sincronización lenta
Modos escénicos: Playa, Luz de una vela, Niños, Acercamiento (macro), Documentos, Fuegos artificiales, Paisaje, Retrato nocturno, Panorama, Retrato, Nieve, Deportes, Puesta del sol, Submarino
Máxima resolución de imagen: 4608 x 3456 Pixeles
Número de guía Flash: 10 m
Pantalla LCD de vari-ángulo: Si
Pantalla táctil: Si
Peso: 279 g
Peso (incluyendo batería): 325 g
Pilas incluidas: Si
Profundidad: 38,2 mm
Puerto USB: Si
Ranuras de memoria: 1
Relaciones de aspecto compatibles: 3:2, 3:4, 4:3, 16:9
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Resoluciones de video: 640 x 480,1280 x 720,1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Resolución de la pantalla (numérica): 460000 Pixeles
Seguro de autoexposición (AE): Si
Sensibilidad ISO: 200, 1600, 25600
Sensibilidad ISO (max): 25600
Sensibilidad ISO (min): 200
Sistema de archivos de cámara: DCF,DPOF,Exif 2.2,PRINT Image Matching III
Sistema de audio: Estéreo
Tamaño del sensor de imagen: 4/3"
Tamaño del sensor de imagen (A x A): 17,3 x 13 mm
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: SD,SDHC,SDXC
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tipo HD: Full HD
Tipo de batería: BLS-5
Tipo de conector HDMI: Micro
Tipo de cámara: MILC
Tipo de exposición: Prioridad de apertura AE, Manual, Prioridad del capturador AE
Tipo de sensor: Live MOS
Total de megapixeles: 17,2 MP
Velocidad de cuadro de JPEG animado: 30 pps
Velocidad máxima del obturador: 1/4000 s
Velocidad mínima del obturador: 60 s
Versión USB: 2.0
Vista viva: Si
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Image quality, especially in low light, trumps all previous mentioned cameras except for maybe the GX7. I find the grain at higher iso's from Olympus much more pleasing and easier to work with in Photoshop than the ugly color splotches from Canon's DSLR's or the detail smudging Sony does. Remember that this camera has the same sensor as the OMD EM-5, just in a smaller body. Hard to beat.
There are a few compromises and cons of course. The default menu setup is just terrible and I can imagine that a lot of people may even give up on the camera before learning it since so many settings are buried. Check bottom of review for changes you should make before even taking the camera out to shoot.
Not a big fan of the small buttons but you get used to them after a couple days. Never seen such a small and sensitive shutter button before though. I can't imagine the little rear dial withstanding much abuse either but I'm not rough with mine, so it should be fine. An EVF would've been nice too but for the price, it's hard to complain.
All in all, I can't recommend this little camera enough. Even with the quirks, they are far overshadowed by the great images and usability you get out of it. Unlike a lifeless Canon, half-baked Panasonic or boring Sony, I actually enjoy using this pen. Cheap price, fast autofocus, fast startup, great low light, decent kit lens, touchscreen, tilting LCD and body stabilization. Lots of great, nice looking art modes too which are usually useless on most cams.
What more can be said? Many people grab one of these low-priced pens as a side camera and more often then not, you'll read that they end up using it more than their main cam. That's for a good reason which I quickly discovered. An easy choice if you don't want to cough up hundreds more for a bigger body that'll have quirks of its own. Better off spending that extra money on lenses. I'd also suggest grabbing the MCG-2 grip if you have larger hands.
1. Enable the Super User Control Panel
Menu -> Setup Menu -> Menu Display and set the top display option to "On"
Custom Menu -> Disp/PC -> Control Settings and for each mode, set Live Control to "Off" and Live SCP to "On"
2. Disable Keep Warm Color
Menu -> Custom Menu -> Color/WB and set WB Auto Keep Warm Color to "Off"
3. Unlock rear dial (to easily set shutter speed/aperature)
Menu -> Button/Dial and set Lock to "Off"
4. Fix LCD colors
Menu -> Setup Menu -> Temp Icon (above Rec View) and hit Info button on the back of camera to change it from Vivid to Natural
With these small tweaks, you'll now be able to access every setting you need by hitting your OK button and not have to dig through menus. Also your reds won't appear overblown and your skintones won't look like burnt tomatos in your images anymore. I have no idea why these were set that way by default but thankfully these changes make a huge difference.
First off, my E-PL1 was getting up there in age. I LOVE that camera, but it's a little slow to focus with my newborn son and pictures of my animals (both dogs and cats.) So I actually briefly went back to the point and shoot market. I figured it would be nice to have the extra zoom plus surely the image quality would be better then years ago due to improved technology. Boy was that a mistake! I bought a Nikon S9700 with whopping 30X zoom. I was horrified to realize the picture quality had actually taken a step backwards when compared to some of my old point and shoots (Panasonic ZS7 and Kodak Z1012.) Ugh! I kept it due to getting it for a cheap price and use it as a duffle bag camera to take with me on my numerous traveling as a Railroad Conductor. Decent video but the pictures are quite bland, somewhat noisy, and camera has poor auto focus and low light ability. Not much positive to say about it other then it has a long zoom.
Realizing there's no way this Nikon could fill the void when it came to the picture quality of my E-PL1. I began searching for the proper upgrade without breaking the bank. Came across a great deal on the E-PL5. Was about to buy it, but then found out I could get the newer updated E-PL6 for the same price! So I jumped and here we are.
First impressions based on getting it out of the box and holding it. Not too happy in the beginning. Noticed the body felt kind of small and cheap. E-PL1 feels so sturdy and you feel like you have a substantial quality camera in your hands. The E-PL1 has an amazing hand grip on the side that feels so good in your hands and was a pleasure to hold, it also featured vintage retro good looks. The E-PL6 has dumped the handsome retro body in favor of a small generic boxy look. I got several compliments on the looks of my old E-PL1, Don't think I will with this one, kind of sad. Also the hand grip on the side is gone, in favor of a screw in cheap little tiny grip that feels like a tacked on after thought. Possibly the worst change is the flash. Instead of the quality, beautifully working built in flash of the E-PL1, you get an external cheap little flash that you must manually put on the hot shoe anytime you want to use the flash. I used to always add my Sema 1 Microphone in that hot shoe for added quality sound in case I felt like shooting some video, but now that spot is hogged by the external flash.
Now the good. much improved and faster Auto Focus. Shots are much quicker and look considerably better when in motion. Much improved LCD screen, wider and more vibrant, also flips out and can be aimed forward for selfies. Now features a touch screen also. 12 built in art filters instead of 6 on the E-PL1. This was a big deal for me because I love street shooting fun pictures. I like artistic freedom when doing so. I don't believe in photo shopping or enhancing pictures after the fact in any way. What I see is what I get. My favorite filters are still Pinhole, Grainy film, and Sepia ,(which were all available on the E-PL1.) But I still enjoy some of the new filters too. Still love my cheap Holga Lens to use with the filters. Amazing retro shots. I feel the picture quality (from a retro standpoint) was a little better with the E-PL1. With the Holga lens and the pinhole or Sepia filters you'd have sworn some of my shots were actually shot with old film. On the E-PL6 they look a little more digitally. On the plus side the E-PL6 is lightning quick with the Holga lens on it. You can shoot at a feverish pace where as on the old camera the shots were slow and labored.
Neither camera is very good in low light, but the E-PL6 is definitely better. If anyone has any settings that would help speed up and improve low light performance without the use of a tri-pod or flash please post them. The video of the E-PL6 is now 1080p but I wouldn't say it looks substantially better then the E-PL1. Also I was disappointed to see that the E-PL6 still records video at a stuttered frame rate when recording with the art filters on. Really kills the fun when trying to make what would have been some fun looking vintage footage. It also seems inexcusable for a camera made to sell for about $600 just a couple years ago.
Overall I'm decently pleased with my new camera at the price point of $299. If I'd paid much more I think I'd be a bit more disappointed. I just wish I could take the electronics and new lcd touch screen, and put them in the old body of the E-PL1.
UPDATED!! 5/18. I'm updating my original review from a reluctant 4 stars (was really more of a 3.5), to an enthusiastic 5 stars! First off I tended to jump the gun on my original review without spending enough time with, but most importantly I was reviewing a defective camera!
I want to start by amending my review portion pertaining to build quality. The E-Pl6 is actually quite nice. I was just originally taken back by the shrunken down size (from the E-PL1) and the fact they took out the internal flash. But the PL6 really does feel good in the hands once you get used to it. It is constructed of nice quality, just not as tanky as the PL1. But most importantly my first one turned out to be defective. I was complaining about the low light ability, well it got worse and worse and I couldn't crank up the ISO at all. The camera was performing slow and blurring almost every shot in just indoor lighting, let alone in really low light. I knew there was a problem so I contacted Amazon. Replacement was rapidly sent. MUCH MUCH better. Turns out my first one was never at full potential to begin with. This one shoots way faster, and even handle itself WAY better in low light situations. Now this is the camera I've been hearing other people raving about! I also spent some more time shooting and comparing video, and this one really is considerably higher quality when shooting video then the E-PL1. The Low light the pictures AND VIDEO blow the doors off the PL1 (and all my point and shoot cameras for that matter.) Can't imagine a better deal at $299! What a steal at that price....