Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Camera Body Only, 16.1MP, 3" Touch LCD, Full HD 1080, Built-in Wi-Fi, USB 2.0/HDMI, iAuto, Black

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Product Highlights

  • Super fast AF, choose 81 AF points, Focus Peaking
  • 16 MP CMOS sensor w shift image stabilization
  • High speed shooting at 8fps (S-AF) or 3.5fps (C-AF)
  • Continuous shooting up to 8 fps
  • Compact, metal build, built-in flash for every day
  • ISO 200-25600
  • 3 Axis In-body Image Stabilization
  • 1080/30 fps HD video (H.264/Motion JPEG)

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Olympus OM-D EM10

The Olympus OM-D EM10 may be least expensive camera in the Olympus lineup of OM-D interchangeable-lens, electronic viewfinder cameras, but under the surface it is very sophisticated.

While it has much technology under the hood in common with the high-end OM-D EM-1 (such as a more advanced image processing engine, Wi-Fi technology and fast AF), its simplified control layout, strong but not weather-resistant design, and stripped-down but still effective image stabilization help to bring down the cost. Like the other cameras in the lineup the EM-1 has the same 16MP sensor, which has outperformed the competition in DxOMark Labs' sensor image quality tests. The autofocus system is said to be Olympus's fastest ever, based on 81 target areas that cover the entire frame. All this in an all-metal body with a design that hearkens back to Olympus's compact film SLR days.

The electronic viewfinder, at 1.44 million dot resolution, promises crisp, clear viewing through the eye-level viewfinder, while a 3-inch flip-out touchscreen lets you control most of the camera's key features with the touch of a finger. Wi-Fi technology is builtin, and lets you control the camera remotely by replicating the live view that you see on the LCD on a smart phone. This lets you use your smartphone's LCD as the touch screen with the added benefit of being able to upload images to image sharing and networking sites.

The most frequently-used camera settings can be controlled via the touchscreen interface, while you can deep-dive the menu using the four-way toggle switch in the back. Despite its simplified layout the camera has sophisticated features such as histogram display, art filters, creative controls, and a level gauge, all of which are displayed both on the LCD and in the viewfinder. New features include Live Composite Mode and Photo & Movie Capture, which lets you simultaneously shoot high-resolution stills while shooting video. Three HDR capture modes give you a choice of dynamic ranges.



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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Features

  • FAST AF focuses at astonishing speed, plus 81 selectable AF points across the image area and Focus Peaking
  • Take high-speed sequential shots as fast as 8fps (S-AF) or 3.5fps (C-AF)
  • Super compact, premium retro-cool metal build and built-in flash-easy to carry and shoot anywhere, everyday
  • 3 Axis In-body Image Stabilization is particularly effective when taking high-magnification telephoto shots, smooth Full HD videos and long exposures
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for full wireless camera control and easy file sharing

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Specifications

Imaging: Lens Mount
Micro Four Thirds
Imaging: Camera Format
Micro Four Thirds (2x Crop Factor)
Imaging: Pixels
Actual: 17.2 Megapixel
Effective: 16.1 Megapixel
Imaging: Max Resolution
15.9MP: 4608 x 3456
Imaging: Image Sensor Type/Size
4/3 Live MOS
Imaging: Image Processor
TruePic VII with Fine Detail Processing II Technology
Imaging: Image Stabilization
Built-in sensor-shift 3-Axis [compensates 3 types of movements (yaw/pitch/roll movements)]
4 modes (S-I.S.AUTO, S-I.S.1, S-I.S.2, S-I.S.3), OFF
Focal length setting: 8, 9, 10, 12, 15,16, 18, 24, 28, 30, 35, 40, 48, 50, 55, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 100, 105, 120, 135, 150, 180, 200, 210, 250, 300, 350, 400, 500, 600, 800, 1000
Imaging: Image Aspect Ratio
4:3(Default) / 3:2 / 16:9 / 1:1 / 3:4
Imaging: File Formats
Still Images: JPEG, MPO, RAW
Movies: MOV(MPEG-4AVC/H.264), AVI(Motion JPEG)
Audio: Stereo Linear PCM (16-bit), .WAV
Imaging: RAW Bit Depth
12-bit
Imaging: Image Editing
RAW development, Gradation auto, Monochrome, Sepia, Red-eye fix, Saturation, Resize (1280x960, 640x480, 320x240), Trimming, Aspect, e-Portrait, Image Overlay, Post recording
Imaging: JPEG Editing
Shadow adjustment, Red-eye fix, Cropping, Aspect, Black&White, Sepia, Saturation, Resize, e-portrait
Imaging: RAW Editing
RAW development based on settings of the camera (including e-Portrait, Color Creator, Art Filter, ART-BKT)
2 programmable settings, preview capability
Imaging: Dust Reduction System
Yes
Imaging: Memory Card Type
SD, SDHC, SDXC
AV Recording: Video Recording
Yes, NTSC/PAL
AV Recording: Resolution
1920 x 1080: 30 fps
1280 x 720: 30 fps
640 x 480: 30 fps
AV Recording: Aspect Ratio
16:9
AV Recording: Video Clip Length
Up to 29 Min
AV Recording: Image/Video Recording
Yes; shoot (up to 5 fps in P/A/S/M modes) still images (3200x1800 pixels) without interrupting movie recording (Simultaneous)
AV Recording: Audio Recording
Built-in Mic: Stereo
Focus Control: Focus Type
Contrast Detection
Focus Control: Focus Mode
Single-AF (S-AF), Continuous-AF (C-AF), Manual Focus (M), S-AF + MF, AF tracking (C-AF + TR)
Focus Control: Autofocus Points
81 (AF grid covers whole frame); Group, Small and Super Spot AF targets available
Focus Control: Face and Eye Detection
Available; Eye Detection AF mode: Off / Nearer-eye priority / Right-eye priority / Left-eye priority
Focus Control: Manual Focus Assist
Yes; Focus Peaking function and Magnified Focus Assist function available
Focus Control: AF Illuminator
Yes
Performance: Shooting Burst Rate
Continuous:
Up to 8 fps in Single Autofocus mode (S-AF) [Sequential shooting H mode; Focus and exposure are fixed at the values for the first shot]
Up to 3.5 fps in Continuous Autofocus mode (C-AF) [Sequential shooting L mode; Focus and exposure are adjusted for every shot]
Performance: Shutter
Type: Mechanical
Speed: 60 - 1/4000 sec
Bulb Mode Selectable Exposure Time: 1/2/4/8/15/20/25/30 min
Performance: Self Timer
12 sec, 2 sec
Custom: 1-30 sec at 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 sec intervals
Number of Shots: 1-10
Performance: Interval Recording
Yes; Interval Time 1sec. - 24 Hours, Max 999 frames
Performance: Connectivity
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
HDMI D (Micro) (out)
Hot Shoe for flash attachment
Performance: Wi-Fi Capable
Yes; Built-in Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
Connect to up to 4 devices simultaneously via QR code
Geotagging and file (JPEG/MOV) sharing to smart devices possible via the free Olympus Image Share app
Wireless remote operation: Live View, Rec View, Wireless Touch AF shutter, Wireless Release, Power Off
Exposure Control: ISO Sensitivity
Auto, LOW (approx. 100) - 25600
Exposure Control: Metering Method
Center-weighted average metering, Multi-zone metering, Spot metering
Exposure Control: Exposure Modes
Manual (M), Aperture Priority (A), Shutter Priority (S), Programmed Auto (P), iAUTO, Scene Selection (SCN), Bulb, Time, Underwater, Art Filter
Metering Range: EV -2.0 - EV 20.0
Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
Exposure Control: White Balance Modes
Auto, Sunny(5300K), Shadow(7500K), Cloudy(6000K), Incandescent(3000K), Fluorescent(4000K), Underwater, WB Flash(5500K), Custom WB (Kelvin setting)
Exposure Control: Picture Modes
i-Enhance, Vivid, Natural, Muted, Portrait, Monotone, Custom, e Portrait, Color Creator, Art Filters
Creativity: Creative Functions
HDR, Bracketing, Color Creator, Highlight & Shadow Control, Live Composite (0.5 - 60 sec), Live Bulb, Photo Story, Art Filters, Photo & Movie Capture
Creativity: HDR Function
2 HDR modes available plus HDR bracketing (3 or 5 frames in 2.0/3.0 selectable EV steps, 7 frames in 2.0 selectable EV steps)
Creativity: Bracketing
Yes; HDR, Exposure, ISO, White Balance, Flash, Art Filter
Creativity: Art Filters
12 art filters available: Pop Art, Soft Focus, Pale & Light Color, Light Tone, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama, Cross Process, Gentle Sepia, Dramatic Tone, Key Line, Water Color
7 art effects available: Soft Focus, Pin-Hole, White Edge, Frame, Star Light, Diorama, Picture Tone
Creativity: Photo Story
4 modes available: Standard, Fun Frame, Speed, Zoom In/Out
Creativity: Level Gauge
2-axis; horizontal /vertical
Viewfinder: Type
Electronic
Viewfinder: Pixel Count
1,440,000
Viewfinder: Coverage
100%
Viewfinder: Magnification
Approx. 1.15x (35mm equivalent: 0.58x)
Viewfinder: Refresh Rate
Normal mode (60 fps): approx. 0.027 sec display lag time
High-speed mode (120 fps): approx. 0.007 sec display lag time
Viewfinder: Brightness Control
Automatic Adaptive Brightness Technology, 7 levels of manual settings also available
Viewfinder: Eye Sensor
Yes; automatic switching between viewfinder and monitor
Viewfinder: Eye Point
20.00 mm
Viewfinder: Diopter Adjustment
- 4 to +2 m
Monitor: Screen
3" Wide Touchscreen Tilting LCD
Monitor: Resolution (Pixels)
1,037,000
Monitor: Coverage
100%
Monitor: Aspect Ratio
3:2
Monitor: Touch Control
Shutter release, Enlargement, Live Guide, AF area selection, AF area enlargement and decrease, Frame forward/backward, Enlargement playback, Super Control Panel, Art Filter selection, Scene mode selection, Wi-Fi connection
Monitor: Tilting Angle
Upward tilting angle: up to 80 degrees, Downward tilting angle: up to 50 degrees
Flash: Built-in Flash
Yes
Flash: Flash Modes
Auto, Fill-in, Manual, Off, Red-eye reduction, Slow sync, second-curtain sync, slow sync/red-eye reduction, TTL Auto
Flash: Max Sync Speed
1/250 sec with built-in flash, 1/200 sec with external flashes (excluding FL-50R; 1/800 sec)
Flash: Flash Compensation
-3 EV to +3 EV (in .3, .5 or 1 EV steps)
Flash: Dedicated Flash System
TTL Groups: 4 (3 external flash groups + built-in flash), Channels: 4
Flash: External Flash Connection
Hot Shoe, PC Terminal, Proprietary, Wireless
Flash: Compatible External Flashes
FL-50R, FL-36R, FL-20, FL-14, FL-300R, FL-600R
Flash: Wireless Flash Control Method
Triggered and controlled by built-in flash (Olympus Wireless RC Flash system compatible)
Menus: Live Guide
Color saturation, Color image, Brightness, Blur Background, Express Motion, Shooting Tips
Menus: Live Control 1
Battery information, Shooting mode, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure compensation value, ISO sensitivity, Exposure compensation indicator, Exposure indicator, Flash intensity compensation indicator, Date, Auto BKT setting, NR setting, WB, Record mode, Flash Status, Image size, Drive mode, Flash intensity compensation value, Metering mode, Recordable still image number, Focusing mode, AF frame, Internal Temperature Warning, IS activating mode
Menus: Live Control 2
Face detection, My Mode, Multi Exposure, Aspect Ratio
Menus: Super Control Panel 1
Battery information, Shooting mode, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure compensation value, ISO sensitivity, Exposure compensation indicator, Exposure indicator, Flash intensity compensation indicator, Date, Auto BKT setting, NR setting, WB, WB compensation value, Record mode, Flash Status, Record mode, Image size, Drive mode, Flash intensity compensation value
Menus: Super Control Panel 2
Metering mode, Recordable still image number, Focusing mode, AF frame, Color space, Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation, Internal Temperature Warning Gradation, IS activating mode, Face detection, My Mode, Multi Exposure, Aspect Ratio, Super FP
Menus: Playback
Single-frame, Information display, Index display (4/9/25/100 frames), Calendar, Enlargement (2x - 14x), Movie (with sound, FF/REW/Pause), Picture rotation (auto), Slideshow (with sound including BGM, Slide show effects, replaceable BGM), Light Box display
Menus: Information Display
Histogram (independent luminance / RGB available), Highlight/Shadow point warning, AF frame, Photographic information, OFF
Menus: Languages
34 languages available: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Czech, Dutch, Danish, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Croat, Slovenian, Hungarian, Greek, Slovakian, Turkish, Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Rumanian, Indonesian, Malay, Thai
Power: Battery
1 x BLS-5 Li-ion battery (included); Records approx. 320 shots per charge
Operating Environment
Operating:
Temperature: 32 to 104deg.F (0 to 40deg.C)
Humidity: 30-90%
Storage:
Temperature: -4 to 140deg.F (-20 to 60deg.C)
Humidity: 10-90%
Environmentally sealed
No
Dimensions (W x H x D)
4.7 x 3.2 x 1.8" / 119.38 x 81.28 x 45.72mm
Weight
14oz / 396.89g (with battery and memory card)
Mfr #
V207020BU000
SKU
IOMEM10B

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Reviews

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4.9

(based on 8 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

all the OM-D you need in a small package

This is a proper OM-D camera, cut down in size maybe, but not missing many features. The wifi and focus peaking are new and very welcome additions. The image quality is awesome and the autofocus is fast (just like with the previous OM-D models). There are plenty of m4/3 lenses to choose from... I am very happy with my purchase! I can take DSLR-quality pictures with a camera that fits into a jacket pocket. The cons are few. As has no doubt been mentioned before, the menu system is needlessly c...

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This is a proper OM-D camera, cut down in size maybe, but not missing many features. The wifi and focus peaking are new and very welcome additions. The image quality is awesome and the autofocus is fast (just like with the previous OM-D models). There are plenty of m4/3 lenses to choose from... I am very happy with my purchase! I can take DSLR-quality pictures with a camera that fits into a jacket pocket. The cons are few. As has no doubt been mentioned before, the menu system is needlessly complicated and is in bad need of an overhaul. I also wish there was an easier way to set up and recall custom settings - why doesn't Olympus put C1, C2 on the mode dial like so many other manufacturers? Other than that I can whole-heartedly recommend this amazing little camera. Thanks Olympus for not deliberately crippling it like many other brands would have!

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
5.0

Great features, excellent portability!

By

from Huntsville, AL  -  Photo Enthusiast

I started to really get into photography in 2005 when I started college. Over the next decade as I got more and more experience shooting I thought the best way to improve my photos was to upgrade all my gear from my entry level stuff to "prosumer" gear. I amassed a large collection of lenses, flashes, grips, bags, and tripods and somehow my photos didn't get any better. In fact, I found myself taking less and less photos until sometime last year I realized I hadn't even taken a single photo in over a year. Somehow, I felt obligated to haul all my gear with me whenever I went to take pictures, just on the off chance I would need an obscure lens or filter. I realized I had become a slave to all my gear to the point I didn't even want to take photos because it was such a chore. I decided to sell all my gear and go back to basics to try and rekindle my love for photography. After considering options from Fujifilm, Nikon, Panasonic, and Olympus I decided to get the E-M10 ad I've been very happy so far! My primary concern in my new camera was portability, and finding something that wouldn't be a burden to take anywhere. The E-M10 has that in spades. It's substantially smaller than even the smallest DSLR. I actually ended up getting a grip to help with the ergonomics a bit. The construction also exceeded my expectations. Every surface you touch feels substantial and well-built. It's also a very attractive camera. The screen is very high quality, however the viewfinder could be a little higher resolution. The touch screen is also a feature that could be of value to some, but I find myself using physical buttons far more. Having 2 control dials was something I definitely wanted, and both are well positioned and have a good feel. There is a pop-up flash that will work in a pinch as well as a shoe on top for a dedicated flash. There are both USB and HDMI ports on the side of the camera that are easy to access. On a side note, I wish someone would make a camera that you could charge with the battery in the body, because the charger is unnecessarily bulky and takes up valuable space in your bag! I'm trying to stay compact here Olympus! The micro four thirds system has a bevy of lenses from Olympus, Panasonic/Leica, Sigma, and others, so it's very easy to find a lens that suits your style. I usually keep a 17mm Olympus on the body most of the time. All the pictures I've taken so far have been of very good quality, very little noticeable difference between this and my old full-size DSLR. The in-body image stabilization was a clear advantage over the competition too. Overall I'm so glad I traded down to this camera. I am already carrying it with me to places and events I would have never taken my giant rig to. I can see this little camera reigniting my love of photography already!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

love it

By

from Kaysville  -  Midrange Shopper

Best camera available

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great camera

By

from Seattle, WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Smaller than I expected Intuitive to use Very good image quality

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Decision

By

from Gainesville, VA

As a long time Canon shooter, I have debated getting into mirrorless to make carrying a camera less of a chore, and to take better photos than my iPhone. Thus ensued months of investigation, reading every review I could get my hands on and struggling with my decision. I initially opted for the Nikon 1 V2. Bad decision. The real deal when it comes to weight and portability, shoots like a machine gun, but could not get 1 in 10 photos in focus at my grandkids soccer and basketball games. What good is all this technology if you are not getting "keepers"? Sold this camera and lenses. In the meantime, Sony came out with the A7, Fuji with the T1, and Olympus with the M-10. Made a tough decision even harder. After more research, purchased the Olympus M-10 (debated getting the M-1 for $700 more - in the end, I thrilled with my decision for the M-10). The camera may be the best I have ever owned, coupled with the Olympus 12-40MM 2.8 lens, the photos are wonderful. I find the camera easy to use, light weight to carry, quick to focus, does not shoot as fast as the Nikon, but now 90% of the pictures are keepers - quite an improvement! I also use the M.Zuiko ED 40-150mm f4.0-5.6 R lens for taking action shots of my grandkids - use it mostly outdoors so the relatively slow lens is not an issue. If you are looking for the same kinds of benefits I was, you owe it to yourself to check out this Olympus camera. I cannot imagine finding a better one.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing camera

By

from Gainesville, VA

I am a photo enthusiast and have been shooting Canon for many years - I have both full frame and APSC gear and some excellent Canon glass for both cameras. I have been very happy with these cameras, with the exception of their size and heft. It is a real drag to take pictures of my grandkids at their games, dragging around the hefty cameras and the (sometimes) even heavier glass to go with it. Getting lighter weight gear that would still take quality pictures is what got me interested in mirrorless cameras. I initially tried the Nikon 1 system, V2. It is really small, and the lenses are equally small, so that was a good fit. However, with the small sensor and the focus system, I had a great deal of difficulty getting focus on the right thing when taking action photos, and no matter what lens you attach, it is nearly impossible to get any bokeh. While it shoots at the speed of a machine gun, if only 10% of the photos are in focus I am not impressed. Sold the camera and moved on. Next I purchased the Fujifilm X100s. This is a great camera...I love everything about it. Excellent quality throughout. But not worth much trying to get a photo across a soccer field - it is just not suited for this type of photography. But I still have it and use it often for a walk-around camera and highly recommend it. But it was clear I needed something with more reach from a lens perspective. I had not considered the micro 4/3 cameras since I thought their sensor size might turn out like my disappointment with the Nikon. Wow, was I ever wrong. I purchased the Olympus OM-D M10. While it may be at the low end of the Olympus price range, it is on the high end of the performance range. I cannot imagine being more pleased with the OM-D M1, for $500 more; not sure I could ever have justified the price difference with the quality of this camera. Solid build. Wonderful photos. I find it easy to use and understand the menus, contrary to what some have said. Almost a perfect camera in every way - I especially like how fast if focuses - instead of 10% of my sport shots being keepers, I am now over 90%, and the 10% are my fault, not the fault of the camera. Of course, the quality of photos has a lot to do with the glass on the camera. I have the Olympus 12-40mm f2.8 and the Olympus M. 40-150mm F4.0-5.6 R Zoom Lens, and I love them both. The 12-40 has this cool feature that allows you to go from auto to manual focus by moving a ring on the lens - it is fast and foolproof, and have never had that feature on a lens before. I find the 12-40 (24mm-80mm equivalent) to be in the same class as my Canon EF70-200mm f2.8 for about half the price (and it is a lot smaller and lighter to boot!) I did so much research before I purchased this combination, and for once it really worked out. I am completely sold on the micro 4/3 system, and especially the quality of Olympus cameras and lenses.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

all the OM-D you need in a small package

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from HI

This is a proper OM-D camera, cut down in size maybe, but not missing many features. The wifi and focus peaking are new and very welcome additions. The image quality is awesome and the autofocus is fast (just like with the previous OM-D models). There are plenty of m4/3 lenses to choose from... I am very happy with my purchase! I can take DSLR-quality pictures with a camera that fits into a jacket pocket. The cons are few. As has no doubt been mentioned before, the menu system is needlessly complicated and is in bad need of an overhaul. I also wish there was an easier way to set up and recall custom settings - why doesn't Olympus put C1, C2 on the mode dial like so many other manufacturers? Other than that I can whole-heartedly recommend this amazing little camera. Thanks Olympus for not deliberately crippling it like many other brands would have!

(1 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One of the best mirror less camera!!!

By

from Phoenix

One of the best mirror less camera with all the bells and whistles. I used PL3,PM2 and PL5. So far this is the best camera i have ever used.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The camera I have been waiting for!

By

from Philadelphia, Pa

This is the camera I have been waiting for! I have owned 2 PEN cameras, the E-PL1, and the E-PM1 (which I still own), and like the great picture quality, compact size, and the interchangeable lenses of these cameras. The E-M10 has everything I love about the Olympus four-thirds cameras but with so many more great features! The body itself has a great build and feels solid and comfortable to hold. The built in flash is a big plus; I like to have a flash available whenever needed. The tilting touch screen is extremely useful, and I can always make sure I get what I want in focus by touching the screen at that point; no need to have to change the focal point manually. I like to just take good pictures and this camera makes it so easy with the front dials that control the shadow/highlight, magnify, and color creator adjustments. Especially love the color creator! This camera puts so many creative functions at my fingertips, and, with such ease of use, I will definitely use these functions regularly. The expansion of the Art Filters to include effects is a definite plus as well! The viewfinder, though something I would not particularly weigh heavily in buying a camera, is a definite plus as well. It will definitely come in handy. I have had this camera for about a week and am definitely pleased with it! Olympus has hit the mark with this camera! I have always liked the concept and great pictures of SLR's but have not liked the bulkiness of them and the PEN line has been a good alternative but the E-M10 is the ultimate! I have the 14-42 EZ lens on backorder and cannot wait to get it but have been shooting using the 45mm lens with awesome results. I used to purchase point and shoot cameras (always Olympus I may add) with the zoom being the primary focus. With the PEN series, and now the E-M10, I have traded the long zoom lens for picture quality and ultimate creativity!

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Eric H  I have an Olympus E-510 with 3 lenses. this is a 4/3 format. can I use my existing lenses on this camera body? if so, do I need an adaptor and does it change the focal length?
Andrew R  The E-M10 is a Micro 4/3 mount camera and is not directly compatible with 4/3 mount lenses.
Tom R  I live in the desert, how well does the kit 14-42mm 3.5-5.6 lens hold up to dust and sand getting into the lens? How well does the 12-40mm f2.8 pro Olympus lens handle on the EM-10 without the add on grip?
MICHAEL W  I have medium size hands and have not had any issues handling the camera with the 12-40 2.8 lens. However, I will probably be getting the grip n the near future just to improve the handling during low light situations. The camera and lens are a good combo, couldn't be happier.
Tom R  Glad to hear that. Non sealed lenses just seem to get fine dust in the lens if used regularly in the desert here. It gets like fine talcum powder after a dust storm. I could not find any other camera and lens combo in this price class and with the less bulk of my DSLR. I will order it with the grip.

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