It’s hard not to get excited over a camera like the E-M10. When it comes from the same pedigree as the EM-1, won our coveted best camera category for the Stuff 2013 Gadget Awards and there's the EM-5 which did equally well in our eyes, how can you not take notice?
At S$1248 with the Zuiko 14-42mm F3.5.56 EZ kit lens, the E-M10 might not be super cheap, but neither does it break the bank when compared to its older sibling the EM-1.
And if our hands-on of this retro little snapper is anything to go by, the E-M10 is definitely going to be giving other compact system cameras out there a run for their money.
The OM-D E-M10 is already available in stores and as mentioned above is retailing at S$1248 with the Zuik0 14-42mm EZ kit lens. There’s also a S$1448 package that comes with an additional 40-150mm R lens.
Olympus has also released a bunch of accessories to complement this tiny wonder of a shooter and they include the BCL-0980 9mm F8.0 fish eye body cap lens, the ECG-1 battery grip that’s exclusive to the E-M10, and the CS-44 SF soft camera bag. Prices for the accessories have yet to be announced so stay tuned for updates here.