Olympus has today expanded its OM-D compact system camera range with the announcement of a new entry-level system, dubbed the E-M10 it sits just below the E-M5 and the E-M1, but still features similar specs, including that all metal build, the camera features full control dials and thumbwheels, a 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, TruePic VII image processor and 81-point Fast AF.

There’s also a 1.44m dot electronic viewfinder with a 3 inch 460k dot tilt-angle LCD monitor, and 3-axis image stabilisation.

The main difference is that the body is not weather sealed, alongside this there’s no accessory port, or a port for an extra battery grip.

The OM-D EM10 is due to release in February with a number of kit options, one of which being a 14-42mm electronic power zoom lens kit with the body for £700, which is darn cheap.

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