Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Sample Image Gallery - We've had the chance to take Olympus's latest high-end CSC for a spin, and these are the results!

We’ve now finished testing the latest generation of OM-D models, and you can read our full verdict over on the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II review.

The Olympus OM-D series first launched around two years ago and it could be argued it led the way in advanced CSCs which pair excellent imaging capabilities with retro styling.

The previous models in the range have been largely well received, and as such the announcement of the new Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II got people excited.

The new model follows on from where its predecessor left of, once again taking its design hints from Olympus cameras of yore, albeit with a specification in line with current high-end CSCs.

Improvements on its Mark I predecessor are numerous. The new model features an EVF with an improved resolution of 2.63m-dots, while the LCD screen is also of a higher resolution and now features a much more complete articulation system.

While the Mark II utilises the same sensor as seen previously, it’s not without improvement in this area also.

For example, the sensor is paired with Olympus’s latest TruePic VII image processor, inherited from the manufacturer’s flagship E-M1 CSC.

This processor not only delivers a faster continuous shooting rate, but also promises to improve on the image quality in comparison to its predecessor.