Built-in 5-axis IS vs faster fps

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dave the brave New Member • Posts: 19
Built-in 5-axis IS vs faster fps

Hi,

Please someone help me choose as I do not purchase cameras that often and I would just like to get straight to the point so I can buy one this weekend

I have narrowed my selection down to 2 mirrorless cameras based on my budget.

1. Sony A6000

2. Olympus em10 mark iii

All I need is a camera that will produce really clear sharp pictures of my kids, outdoors and indoors.

The sony, has a faster frames per second of continuous shooting, which the olympus only has 8.6 compared to the sony 11fps.

The olympus though, is great because it has built in 5 axis stabilization which is something the sony does not have.

So, is the 11fps per second significantly better than the 8.6fps ?

What does continuous shooting mean? I mean I will only shoot one picture at a time?

Will the 11fps provide clearer pictures than the image stabilization ?

If I can only choose one option to get sharper better quality pictures which one should I choose?

Please help,

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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Sony a6000
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