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OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10 MARK IV £799/$799

Olympus may have grabbed the headlines recently with its shock sale, but the launch of the OM-D E-M10 Mark IV shows that it’s very much business as usual for the imaging company. With some interesting improvements over the E-M10 Mark III, this camera looks set to make Olympus enthusiasts very happy

We had great affection for the E-M10 Mark III – it’s a fantastic little camera, with plenty of useful features to crow about. Thanks to its compact body, five-axis image stabilisation and 4K video capability, it’s been one of our favourite travel cameras for quite some time.

However, the Mk III wasn’t without its foibles. Released at a time when 24MP APS-C sensors were standard, its 16MP sensor was a little disappointing. There were also concerns over how well the camera handled moving subjects with its Continuous AF. So, with an updated 20MP sensor and

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