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E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D
E‑M10 Mark II, Olympus, System Cameras ; Micro 4/3 Cameras, OM-D

E‑M10 MARK II

SILVER

Power to create
  • Full metal body
  • Built‑in WiFi capabilities
  • Sharp images with 5‑axis IS

Available versions:

E‑M10 MARK II

BLACK

Power to create
  • Full metal body
  • Built‑in WiFi capabilities
  • Sharp images with 5‑axis IS

Available versions:

  • “Bang for the Buck: Olympus E-M10 MII” (dpreview September 2015)

    The E-M10 Mark II “is a nice evolution of his already impressive predecessor.”, concludes dpreview after their in-depth review. The E-M10 II is “well-suited for those moving up to a more capable mirrorless camera” and “also an attractive choice for those seeking a lightweight second camera”. The new OM-D “offers a lot of camera for the money, and is well worth considering”.

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