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Advanced features trickle down to the new budget Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV

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The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV is a lightweight camera with an upgraded sensor, stabilization, and autofocus.
Olympus just gained a new entry-level mirrorless, and it’s the lightest in the series yet. About the weight of a bottle of water, the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV downgrades the size while updating the sensor and adding features previously only found on more advanced models. Sporting a 20-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, the Mark IV adds 4 megapixels over the previous generation while increasing the 5-axis image stabilization from 4 stops to 4.5. The camera’s processor remains unchanged, but the TruPic VIII is good for 15 frames per second with the electronic shutter and 8.7 fps with the mechanical shutter. Olympus has also integrated the face priority and eye priority autofocus originally introduced on the more advanced E-M1 Mark III. Autofocus tracking was also improved with the same algorithms used in the E-M1X. That’s a big perk considering the E-M10 Mark IV is a budget-conscious camera designed for non-photographers and beginners. Photography newbies will also find a range of scene modes, including live composites and a new sweep panorama option.

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