Looking to buy into the Olympus line of interchangeable lens cameras? With three OM-D models currently on the market, there is plenty of choice. First up, the original E-M5 that started off the line in 2012. It was then followed on by the enthusiast-grade E-M1, and now, the baby E-M10 makes its debut.
As demonstrated from the naming convention, the E-M10 is the cheapest of the bunch, delivering many of the same features as the other OM-D cameras in a smaller and lighter body. It's so petite, in fact, that it weighs only 490 grams with the kit 14-42mm lens attached.
Design and features
Just because it's the baby model doesn't mean you scrimp on all the features found in the other cameras. The E-M10 features an all-metal construction and the same twin-dial system as found on the other two OM-D cameras. You do, however, miss out on the weather sealing benefits.