Digital Camera Live MOS 16.1-megapixel, 3.0 "tiltable LCD touch, Li-Ion, SD / SDHC / SDXC / UHS-I, micro HDMI, USB, image stabilizer
Digital Camera - Live MOS 16.1 MP, 3.0 "tilting touch LCD, Li-Ion, SD/SDHC/SDXC/UHS-I, micro HDMI, USB, image stabiliser
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Olympus E-M10 is a stylish, highly mobile camera packed with features and WiFi receiver. The compact body get the best performance in its class.Easy operation guarantee intuitively spaced buttons, such as a motion capture so immediately through separate button. The device has an electronic viewfinder faithfully depicting the colors of the scene, making you most drawn to the scene.
Crisp, clear and sharp images to capture through 4/3 "Live MOS sensor with 16.1 million pixels sensational. Image processing speed processor ensures TruePicVII. The camera is usable without any problem even in low light conditions, thanks to 3-axis image stabilization; be not afraid, neither shooting action sequences thanks to the extremely fast autofocus system, the Fast AF.
It is not enough if you still images sure to record movies in Full HD quality, all with stereo sound. Quality images and movies inspect swiveling LCD touch screen with a resolution of 1 megapixel and 3 "diagonal. Edge and pictures can be easily selected by touch. The camera will not let you down, even in the worst lighting with an integrated flash.
For your own creative expression unit is equipped with 24 scene modes (eg. Scenery, Portrait, Macro, and others) that automatically optimize camera settings to specific conditions. The Photo Story lets you combine images into a collage that fully captures the atmosphere of the scene.Wi-Fi will use when communicating camera and smart device which can control the whole process of shooting, photos can be shared and to add GPS information.
£489.90 - £520.90
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