The E-M5 Mark II features a super large electronic viewfinder (EVF) display with 1.48x viewfinder magnification (35mm equivalent: 0.74x) and an ultra-high resolution of 2.36 million dots, rivaling full-frame DSLR cameras. It also includes a number of functions that make the most of the EVF, including Adaptive Brightness Technology for a natural-looking image whether in bright daylight or at nighttime, and Colour Creator giving you the ability to manipulate colours the way you like.
The backlight is automatically brightened in bright environments and darkened in dark environments. This technology reduces visual errors resulting from eye’s adaptation to brightness to provide you with natural images while you are shooting.
(Feature added in firmware Ver. 2.0)
This function expands the dynamic range of the image within the electronic viewfinder. Loss of shadow detail and highlight blowouts are suppressed for easier focusing, making this convenient for shooting backlit subjects. Technology such as LV dynamic range expansion and Adaptive Brightness Technology reproduces a view that is similar to that of an optical viewfinder.
Display time lag when the frame rate is set to a high speed is reduced to 0.010 seconds. This makes it easier to capture subjects which move actively.
This function enables intuitive control of the four elements necessary for photography (composition, focus, tone, colour) while looking through the viewfinder. Manipulate colour as you like with Colour Creator, adjust details in highlights and shadows with Highlight & Shadow Control, easily change aspect ratios, and fine-tune the focus.