Olympus has unveiled its E-M10 Mark III, bringing the best features from its premiere mirrorless OM-D series and stuffing it inside an entry level camera. The device has 4K video capabilities with a maximum native ISO of 25600, and continuous shooting goes up to 8.6 frames per second. Five-axis stabilization and four shooting assist modes help beginners learn and apply more advanced techniques without a problem.
Shooting at 8.6 FPS, the 16MP sensor is a solid performer and the in-body image stabilization makes shooting in low lighting less of a hassle. The rear of the camera features a 2.36-million-dot 1.23x electronic viewfinder with a 3-inch, 1.04-million-dot tilting LCD touchscreen below with smartphone-style touch controls. Grab the E-M10 Mark III for $650 USD in September. For now, check out the introduction and overview videos of the mirrorless camera below.