Shoots at 9.7 frames per second.
Large native lens library.
Articulating rear LCD.
Touch input support.
Hot shoe and accessory port.
Easy Wi-Fi setup.
1080p video recording.
1/8,000 shutter with 1/320 sync.
Stabilization system is audible.
EVF is not built-in.
Lacks a standard mic input.
Focus peaking and magnification could be better implemented.
Wi-Fi could use more features.
By Good Gear Guide on October 22, 2013
The retro styling of the Olympus PEN E-P5 cloaks what is essentially a technical powerhouse when it comes to cameras. We love the image quality and ease of use of this camera, and its Wi-Fi feature is so far the best we've used for transferring...90
By Steves Digicams on October 22, 2013
By Josh Fate Olympus's newest leader in the Digital "PEN" series is the E-P5, a rangefinder style model that features many of the same, powerful components and features of their flagship OM-D E-M1. Sporting a 16-Megapixel Live MOS imaging sensor,...-
By tech.uk.msn.com on September 26, 2013
Picture power, fun factor, easy to use; there's really very little not to like about this machine. It's the kind of camera that makes you fall in love with photography...100
By Macworld UK on September 23, 2013
The chassis of the E-P5 is closely modelled on the Pen F which gave rise to the famous Olympus Trip. Yet a tilting touch screen and Wi-Fi adds modernity With the latest Olympus E-P5 modelled on the original Pen F camera from the 1960s and its most...60
By Gadget Guy Australia on September 02, 2013
Looking like a piece out of history, the Olympus E-P5 takes design elements from yesterday and combines it with tech from today, resulting in a camera that looks like it will be one of the best we’ve ever seen. Does it succeed, or is the Olympus...90
By Sydney Morning Herald on August 29, 2013
DateAugust 29, 2013 (1) Read later This 16-megapixel micro four-thirds interchangeable lens camera slots in alongside the OMD E-M5 with which it shares components and features. The difference is the OMD has an electronic viewfinder where the...-
By DPexpert on August 28, 2013
REVIEW—OLYMPUS PEN E-P5] by terry on 28 August 2013 Price: $937 body only (current street price)Practically perfect… THE LOW-DOWN: This 16mp micro four thirds interchangeable lens camera slots in alongside the OMD E-M5 with which it shares...-
By T3 on August 01, 2013
Despite being a compact system camera the E-P5 is not a pocket camera, either. But then, when it looks this good - and provided you can justify the outlay - why would you want to do anything other than attach the provided shoulder strap and show it off?80
By Digital Photography School on August 01, 2013
The Olympus PEN E-P5 sure took some getting. Following a briefing by Olympus it was two months before I actually got my sticky fingers on one in the review-atorium. And even then I had to fight, persuade and jollify every Olympus contact I had. It...-
By DigitalVersus on July 30, 2013
We're already fans of the OM-D EM-5 and the Olympus Pen E-P5 is another great camera. It's speedy responsiveness, great picture quality and wide range of functions make it a versatile camera that's pleasant to use. The interface could be a...80