The Olympus E-M10 wraps much of the E-M5's feature set into a smaller, more compact body. It retains core OM-D features like twin dials, a built-in EVF and a 16 megapixel Four Thirds sensor, but manages to fit them into a body that's more Stylus 1 than ILC. It sits below its E-M5 and E-M1 siblings in terms of both price and specifications, but with features borrowed from two very strong predecessors it's potentially a very impressive camera in its own right. We've spent some time getting to know an early-production unit. How does the smallest OM-D measure up thus far? Take a look at our first impressions and sample gallery - shot using the new M.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8 and tiny M.Zuiko Digital 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ lenses.