Professional sports and wildlife photographers aren’t exactly short of options these days, but the Olympus E-M1 Mark III is yet another compelling contender from the Micro Four Thirds flag bearer.

We were big fans of the E-M1 Mark II when it arrived in late 2016, with our review calling it the “total package” for anyone after a weatherproof system that could do stills and video. But with mirrorless cameras focusing on full-frame since then, what new tricks has Olympus pulled out of its hat to keep the E-M1 Mark III relevant?

Well, it’s essentially made a mini version of its flagship E-M1X. That camera impressed us with its power and features, if not its value for money. So with the E-M1 Mark III packing similar treats – including a 50MP Handheld High Res mode and class-leading image stabilization – into a smaller body, has Olympus made its ultimate all-rounder? The early signs are certainly promising…

Olympus E-M1 Mark III

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Olympus E-M1 Mark III release date and price



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