If you are looking for the ideal camera the Olympus OMD E-M10 could be right up your street and with a little help from some individual reviews we can get an overall perspective on how this performs. As we look at what is being said by a couple of respected websites we hope that this article points our valued readers in the direction of some informative opinions.
In an in-depth review on TechRadar they manage to fill four pages as they check out all the Olympus OMD E-M10 features on offer and give us their overall hands-on impression of this camera. Without going into great detail we have skipped to their pros and cons verdict as the positives definitely overcome the negatives.
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The compact metal body is complemented along with the high quality EVF built-in, along with the respected sensor and processor, while the responsive touchscreen and pop-up flash also gets the thumbs up. On the negative side, the tilting rather than vari-angle screen is not ideal and the camera itself would be better if it was weather-sealed for all environments, not to mention the lack of battery-grip which is also regarded as a negative.
When it comes to features many of these are similar to that found in the Olympus E-M5, while those looking for a more concentrated opinion can head over to the Trusted Reviews website as they discuss the £599.99 price-tag and the key features that include a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor; 1.44M-dot EVF; 3-axis OIS.
Regarded as a professional-looking compact system camera the price starts at £600 with kit lens, and it boasts a range of advanced features seen in its more expensive counterparts. We highlight the Trusted Reviews website because they provide a hands-on video, which is ideal for potential consumers to see Olympus OM-D E-M10 in action.
As they run through everything from the features to the overall design we get the impression that not having a weather-sealed body is a minor setback, even though it still features impressive build quality. Overall they feel this is a worthy addition to the OM-D collection.