While smartphones have become the user’s preferred camera device, traditional camera makers have not given up. After all, the camera’s professionalism is not something that lightweight handheld devices can easily beat. This article is about Olympus launching two new machines, OM-D E-M1 Mark III and PEN E-PL10. If you want to improve your photography, you might want to wear them on the go.
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As a compact call-up lens camera, the PEN E-PL10 has a wide range of housing colors for consumers to choose from.
Easy-to-drop touch screens and a variety of creative modes are the boon for selfie lovers. Of course, that doesn’t mean the machine isn’t suitable for serious mobile photographers.
Equipped with a 16-megapixel MOS sensor, TruePic VIII image processor, built-in three-axis stabilization, the E-PL10 is ideal for self-timers and shooting food, sun travel, and simple indoor shooting.
The PEN series wants to draw the user’s attention from the phone to the compact interchangeable lens camera, while the OM-D E-M1 Mark III offers an even more extreme experience without sacrificing portability.
It is known to be equipped with a new generation of TruePic IX image processing engine, built-in 5-axis stabilization, and a 121-point full-cross autofocus system that makes it easy to target wildlife, star tracks, and city nightscapes.
In terms of lenses, Olympus offers a wide portfolio of M.Zuiko series, including the new M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-45mm F4.0 PRO lens.
With a 24mm wide angle and 90mm telephoto (equivalent to 35mm), this rugged lens boasts the most compact medium-range zoom lens on the market today, making it ideal for portability with the E-M1 Mark III.
The Olympus PEN E-PL10 is available in white, black and brown and is also priced friendly for beginners, priced at just $599.99 (4179 RMB).
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III is available on February 24 and costs $1,799.99 (12537 RMB).
M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-45mm F4.0 PRO lens will go on sale april 7 at $649.99 (4527 RMB).