Olympus OM-D EM10 Body Only - Silver (16.1MP, Live MOS) 3.0 inch LCD
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Micro-four thirds cameras are like marmite, you either love them or hate them
Micro-four thirds cameras are like marmite, you either love them or hate them. I just love the size advantage you get, and there are some fantastic lenses. Although this is supposed to be the "budget" OM-D camera, it bests the original Olympus E-M5 in many areas and I actually prefer the E-M10.
An internet review site likened the E-M5 to a gazelle, which is also good simile for the E-M10. As soon as you put the camera to your eye, it automatically switches off the rear screen and enables the electronic view finder. The rear dial I have programmed to adjust exposure with the button next to it programmed for AEL. Unlike an optical view finder there is a live view of the exposure, so you immediately see if you are under/over exposing before taking the photo, and you can toggle "blinkies" to check for sensor dynamic range clipping (clipped highlights flash orange and clipped shadows flash blue). The front dial I have programmed for adjusting aperture / shutter, with one of...
- Highly compact, classic, all-metal body.
- Image quality superior to much larger, comparable DSLR cameras.
- 3-axis image stabilisation for stable, blur-free stills and movies shot on the move.
- Built-in WiFi for remote shutter release, Live View mirroring, P, A, S and F control, remote zoom with electronic lenses, Live Bulb preview and image sharing directly on compatible smartphone touchscreens
- 12 Art Filters & 6 Art Effects for direct creative enhancement