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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III Silver w/14-42mm EZ Lens $749 Delivered @ Camera House


Lowest price I could find online.

Free standard shipping/C&C.

Key Features:

  • 16MP Four Thirds CMOS sensor with no AA Filter
  • 5-axis image stabilization (4 stops of correction)
  • TruePic VIII processor
  • 4K video with in-body and digital stabilization
  • 8.6 fps continuous shooting (4.8 fps with continuous AF)
  • 2.36M-dot electronic viewfinder
  • 1.04M-dot tilting touchscreen
  • 330 shot-per-charge battery life (CIPA standard)

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    I have the em-1mk1 from approx 2013. Anyone know if this is this a decent upgrade? Thanks.

    • +3 votes

      Sort of, but also not really. The E-M1 is the top of the range, the E-M10 line is the entry.

      E-M10 -> Entry range
      E-M5 -> Mid range
      E-M1 -> High end range
      E-M1X -> High end "Professional" range

      E-M10 will have better touchscreen and higher res viewfinder though and the addition of 4k recording.

      Your E-M1 is pretty much ancient, but at this point I'd wait until the transfer of Olympus to JIP is complete after January and see what that brings to play before buying further into Olympus/MFT system


        I concur, unless you really must have the more compact body of the E-M10 I'd probably be inclined to stay with the E-M1. Also look at the GX9 if you like a more compact body.

        Maybe there will still be some E-M1 Mk II bodies around for good prices next year.


          Em1 mk2 is $1499 +$200 visa bonus at camera house too. Very keen deal.

          (Camera house store employee, but not rep)


            @mattman: Thanks everyone for the info. My em-1 developed problems early in life (forget date) and I never got around to doing a warranty claim. So I'm a little nervous about investing further in the brand. Assume it's more cost efficient to go new than repair.

            • +2 votes

              @reu: They seem to be generally known as a very robust camera, so that's a bit of a shame. I think the E-M1 problem I heard about was the rear wheel, which went flaky on many according to reports. My MkII feels almost as robust as my Pentax K-1, and no problems yet.


            @mattman: The recent free Pro lens bonus was probably the best there has been. At $1500 with a Pro prime, you could easily turn the prime over on eBay for $500+ and effectively have the MkII body for $1k. I saw some buying the zoom kit, which was also an excellent deal.

            There were lots of premium Oly zoom and prime lenses up on eBay in the weeks after that.


    Not the lowest it's ever been, but still decent deal.