Today, Olympus announces the Olympus OMD E-M10. It is the more affordable than the OMD E-M1 and OMD E-M5. It packs a lot of features except the weather sealing part.
Here are some specs (not full):-
- All-metal body
- 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds Live MOS sensor
- TruePic VII processor
- 3-axis image stabilization derived from the E-M5 and E-M1′s 5-axis system
- Olympus’ 81-point ‘FAST AF’ system
- 8fps continuous shooting (unlimited JPEG or 20 RAW frames),
- 3.5fps continuous with tracking AF enabled
- ISO expandable to 100-25,600
- Pop-up flash optimized for 1/250th synchronization.
- 1.44M-dot EVF with a 120fps refresh rate
- 100-percent field of view
- Maximum magnification of 1.15x
- 3-inch tilting
- 1.037M-dot touchscreen LCD
- Built-in WiFi
- Focus peaking
- Built-in interval shooting capability
- and more..
Sounds like a lot of fun. The pricing for the body is “£529.99, while the version with the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ lens will cost £699.99.”