The Olympus OM-D E-M10 was announced about a month ago, the third addition to the digital revival of the OM line. It lacks the weather sealing of its siblings but inherits a number of excellent features from the existing OM-D models. From the E-M5 it gets a 16 megapixel Four Thirds sensor, and from the E-M1 a newer TruePic VII processor. Sound enticing? We've gotten familiar with the E-M10 over the past few weeks. The full review is on the way but for now, read our shooter's report, and compare the E-M10 to a growing list of cameras in our new studio test scene.
We've also updated our real-world samples gallery with a few more images, thanks to some unusually sunny days we've been granted over the past week.
Read our Olympus OM-D E-M10 Shooter's Experience
View our gallery of real-world E-M10 samples