Olympus has launched the OM-D E-M10 III interchangeable lens camera. It's a compact, lightweight camera for beginners who want something small but with good video capabilities.
The E-M10 III has a 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor with an in-body 5-axis image stabilization that works with any lens to provide smooth, blur-free images and videos. Speaking of videos, the E-M10 III can record 4K videos internally at up to 30fps.
Still shooters will appreciate the 121 point AF system, 8.6fps burst capture, 2.36M dot OLED viewfinder and 3-inch, 1.04M dot tilting touchscreen, built-in flash and Wi-Fi. The camera maintains the compact body of its predecessor and has simple controls but with enough dials to get the best out of your camera without fiddling with the touchscreen.
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 III is priced at $649.99 body-only and $799.99 with the M.Zuiko 14–42mm EZ Lens kit.
The key points of this camera are the 5 axis image stabillizer, another camera buying license from olympus, olympus restraint in the world of videography as it focuses more on photography, many riview are discussing it. so depending on your needs and...
i agree with the comment below. for stills shooting or taking pictures, m4/3 doesn't cut it anymore. buy an entry level DSLR or mirrorless from Sony or Canon ang get better image quality at the same price. Panasonic did a good job from going s...
For Videos: go with Panasonic.