The Olympus OM-D E-M10 III is a 16MP Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera specifically designed for novice shooters seeking to develop their photography skills. It features in-body image stabilization, which may be used while shooting 4K video.
The E-M10 III offers an unusual amount of direct control with twin control dials, a couple of customizable buttons and one of the better touchscreen implementations. This newest model features a simplified, stripped-down menu system and an ‘Advanced Photography’ mode to give easier access to some of the camera’s cleverer attributes.
The camera shoots rather good 4K footage with the same great color response as in stills. Autofocus is too indecisive to depend on and there is no mic socket for shooting better sound, but the image stabilization makes it easy to get good-looking results.
The E-M10 III is a competent camera for both stills and video which provides an unusually large amount of room to grow into. While the E-M10 III is not class-leading in any particular respect when it comes to performance, it is a really solid selection for a first-time ILC buyer looking to develop their photography.