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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III Compact System Camera with 14-42 EZ Zoom Lens - Silver
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- Blur-free high image and video quality in any scene thanks for 5 Axis image stabilization
- A timeless body design that is easy to use anywhere with robust construction and built in EVF
- Intuitive operation with fail-proof auto shooting modes as well as advanced photo modes
- High-speed performance to capture any subject with 121 point autofocus and shooting up to 8.6 fps.
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|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16.1 megapixels||16.1 megapixels||16.1 megapixels||20.3 megapixels||16.1 megapixels||16.1 megapixels|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||Yes||—||Yes||—||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||12.5 x 4.95 x 8.36 cm||11.9 x 4.7 x 10.5 cm||11.71 x 3.9 x 6.8 cm||3.73 x 12.48 x 7.21 cm||4.4 x 12.4 x 8.5 cm||13 x 9 x 5 cm|
|Item Weight||410 grams||342 grams||380 grams||373 grams||—||0.5 kg|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||8.46 Watt Hours||7.8 Watt Hours||8.71 Watt Hours||7.8 Watt Hours||8.46 Watt Hours||16 Watt Hours|
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|Max Focal Length||42||42 mm||42||17 mm||42||100 mm|
|Min Focal Length||14||8 mm||14||17 mm||14||12 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.1 megapixels||17.2 megapixels||17.2 megapixels||—||16.1 megapixels||16.1 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card|
Colour Name: Silver | Style Name: 14-42 mm Lens Kit
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The stylish OM-D E-M10 Mark loll is compact and light-weight enough to take on any journey – photographers won’t want to leave home without it! With built-in view finder, flash and Wi-Fi, everything about this camera has been designed with the new photographer in mind and the feel of the compact body is no exception. Comfortable in the hand, the robust construction and enlarged grip means the camera is easy to hold. This camera has a tillable LCD monitor with touch operations similar to a smartphone, easy-to-use metal dials and buttons, and the icons and text on the camera are highly visible; all of which will help photographers to be creative on the move.
Olympus E-M10MKII Body
Olympus M.Zuiko 14-42EZ Pancake Zoom Lens
BLS-50 Li-ion battery
BCS-5 Li-ion battery charger
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There is something for everybody here. You can use this as a simple point-and-shoot with pre-set shooting modes allowing you to quickly get the best setup without having to know what an f-stop is, and at the other end of the spectrum you have the same powerful creativity that an SLR gives you but without the bulk and heft. This is a great camera for a beginner, as there is lots of camera here for your money and it has the functions to allow you to grow as your skills improve. It also means that if more than one member of the family is going to use this, there is something for everyone to get the best out of it. Pass it to your gran and she can take photos straight away, while the more camera-savvy can control every detail of the shot.
The controls are a bit weird and take some getting used to, not helped by Olympus pretty much not giving you any instructions on how to use the thing. There is a 'quick start' manual to get going, but to get the best out of this you will need to do a bit of websearching and a lot of playing. This is quite disappointing for a camera of this price. Olympus could easily have included a small memory card with the manual on it which would have been a really nice touch. Anyway, there is a lot to learn to get the best from this one - I've had this a few weeks now and I'm still discovering menus and options I didn't know about. What is nice is that most of the main controls are handled by dedicated buttons and wheels. There is no hunting about in sub-menus to find things you need right now. Having said that, the combination of a touch-screen and hard buttons is sometimes confusing, as you're not sure what to press to do what.
The lens that comes with the camera is very nice. If you're the kind of person that calls lenses 'glass' then you're going to find it a bit basic, but for normal people it's sharp and has a good enough zoom length. Of course, the beauty of this type of camera is you can buy more and better lenses and swap them over easily. The camera has built-in stabilisation giving you great results even in low light. For the more seasoned shooter you can shoot in RAW, JPG or a combination of the two.
The real strength of this camera is the size, and it gives you a 'real' camera that you can put in your pocket. You won't intimidate anyone as you might with a huge DSLR, and it's absolutely perfect for travel. It's very well made and feels solid in the hand. It has plenty of power and I'm finding myself reaching for this in situations where I would normally have taken a big camera bag and big DSLR.
It takes a bit of patience to get to grips with the slightly confusing interface, let down by the lack of a manual, but it's worth sticking with. It looks great, produces wonderful images, and allows your creativity to shine through. Very much recomended for all levels of photographer.
(1) Since this can create a wi-fi hotspot to send pictures to a smart phone, why can't you also send pictures to PC over wifi? How hard would it have been to include that? It already has wi-fi, don't they know that most people will want to transfer pictures to a computer?
(2) The viewfinder is obviously just a tiny (very high-res) screen showing the same thing as the main screen - that's why this isn't a DSLR. That's fine, but there is quite a bit of jitter on the small screen that is very annoying and really reminds you that you aren't using a DSLR. The image on the main screen is very smooth so I don't know why it has this problem on the viewfinder.
(3) Speaking of the main screen, it's always on unless you have your eye right up to the viewfinder. It would be really good to have a button which turns off the main screen. You can stick something over the sensor next to the viewfinder, but then if you do want to use the main screen to view your photos, you have to un-stick it. A button would be great, and would have been easy for them to do. Even better would be if the screen was able to flip around to protect it and turn it off - it does move but only tilts at a 45degree angle, it doesn't turn all the way around.
Apart from these issues, it's a good camera, you can read about the good points on the Olympus website.