The second CNET Australia photo walk took place on a picturesque Saturday morning on Sydney Harbour.

Ten photographers of all skill levels put the Olympus Pen E-P5 through its paces at one of the city's most iconic locations, Luna Park.

We set the photographers five challenges to test out the features of the camera and push their own skills in the process. Photographers had to use the art filters for creative effects, try out the touchscreen, experiment with manual exposure, use the high-speed continuous mode and transfer photos using the camera's Wi-Fi functionality.

For those who missed out on trying the Pen E-P5 on the photo walk, never fear: you can now submit your photos for an opportunity to win one. Head over to the competition page for details.

The CNET Australia photo walk was sponsored by Olympus.

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