OMD EM10 MK iii – New Camera Test Photos

I have just bought a new camera. I wanted something that’s light weight because I can struggle with carrying my DSLRsometimes because of my health. I spent a few weeks doing my research, sought advice from a fellow photographer, and decided on the OMD EM10 mk iii.

It arrived this afternoon, and I am very pleased so far. Being me I set it up straight away, had a quick walk and took a few photos, and then came home and read the manual and watched a YouTube tutorial. So my shots here are JPEG, but I have now set it up in raw. For me the most impressive thing is the in camera 5 axis image stabilisation. All of these photos range from 1/50sec down to 1/4sec, and all are hand-held. I’m impressed so far and I look forward to getting to know the camera.

All of these were shot using the M.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 prime

OND EM10 iii test shotsf 5.6, 1/20sec, ISO 6400

OND EM10 iii test shotsf 5.6, 1/4sec, ISO 6400

OND EM10 iii test shotsf 5.6, 1/50sec, ISO 6400

OND EM10 iii test shotsf 1.8, 1/13sec, ISO 6400

10 Replies to “OMD EM10 MK iii – New Camera Test Photos”

  1. My cousin is a pro photographer and uses this camera as his every day carry around. He takes some fabulous photos with it. Great choice. It takes amazing low light high ISO shots. I have bought my Daughter the cheaper Olympus Pen 8 for Xmas as her first camera.

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    1. That’s fab – I hope she loves it. I emailed Marcus from streetsofNuremburg with a list of five porential cameras and sought his advice. He only uses olympus and I enjoy his photography. The pen f was also and option, but with the em10 iii I could afford a prime lens along side the 2 telephoto that came with it. The camera and three lens are lighter that my d7100 and 18-300. I’ll still use the d7100 for macro and some events.


  2. Richard they have come out very well – Olympus have always had very good optics – I used to use them a lot. I am sure you will have great fun getting to know the camera – look forward to seeing some more in due course.


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