January 25, 2020 by Jeff
Small form factor, great pictures
Smaller sensor means a smaller camera and smaller lenses, but still great pictures. I really like the feel of the dials. They rotate with just the right amount of effort. I tried a Fujifilm at the store, and the exposure compensation dial needed a thumb and finger to rotate. The EM10 needs just one. All Olympus lenses are second to none in performance vs value. And it is very reasonably priced compared with competitors. Suggest these sites on Youtube to learn: Peter Forsgard, Robin Wong, Rob Trek. Very satisfied.
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January 23, 2020 by Rob
Great Tech at a Great Value
I got spoiled by the IBIS of my Pen F and wanted another body with 5 axis stabilization. I can take pin sharp hand held telephoto pictures 9 times out of 10. I can also take low light photos without running up the ISO and keeping the photos from being too noisy. My 2 Pen Mini 2s are great for their size and age but the 3 axis IBIS doesn't compare. The OM-D E-Mark III is actually cheaper than a nice used Pen Mini 2 with an EVF, making it a great value for a much more advanced camera. Now, If we could convince Olympus to make a Pen Mini 3 with 20 megapixels and 5 axis IBIS that still accepts an EVF, it would be ideal. I still love the small size of the Mini. I shoot a lot in the deserts of Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and UTAH. It don't like to change lens in this environment, so having several small camera bodies is nice. It is nice to have 2 to 3 cameras with me the appropriate lenses ready to go.
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January 20, 2020 by Lacey
Overdue upgrade
I have had an Olympus DSLR since 2006. I have not used it regularly in a few years, but really wanted to get back into using an exchangeable lense camera. This took some adjusting to, being so many years newer, and smaller. The images are crisp and I am learning the change in button layout and loving the wifi upload, real-time aperature adjustment before I take the picture, and touch screen. I have only scratched the surface of what it will do! The smaller lenses are also great, though it would have been nice to use my older Zuiko lenses. They feel bulky on the smaller body, and do not work as I was hoping with the adapter.
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January 10, 2020 by Chuck
Fantastic Camera
I just purchased an OM-D EM-1 Mark II and an assortment of lenses for my use. I love it. I wanted my wife to enjoy the same "photographic high" I am now on. So we purchased this smaller version for her (and me) to use. High on my list is low weight, great image quality, availability of lenses, and the overall cost. This camera gives outstanding image quality using the kit pancake lens and can use the new Olympus Pro lenses that I just purchased. The image color is outstanding right out of the camera. I am amazed at the image detail that the E-10 mIII can deliver. We are so pleased with this camera. I read somewhere that “The best camera is the one that is with you”. The OM-10 E-M10 assures that I (we) will always have a great camera with us.
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December 31, 2019 by Martin
Great on the go and back up camera
I did a lot of looking for a great full featured backup camera to my OM-D E-M1 Mark II. The OM-D E-M10 Mark III is perfect for my needs. No sacrificing quality for a smaller, easier to carry camera. Especially for when I want a camera for the unexpected opportunity without the bulk of my bigger camera.
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