Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Review

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Review

The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III is that the third iteration of the company's sports and action-oriented Micro Four Thirds model. It operates with a powerful 20MP sensor from four third parties and has not changed the larger E-M1X, including the high-quality handheld precision mode. Olympus is sitting out the full-frame race, sticking with the smaller Micro Four Thirds format it pioneered and that specialize in usability with features no other brand offers. For the foremost part, it’s working. This includes all-new features like Starry Sky AF, an autofocus mode specifically for that specialize in the celebs (the ones within the sky; this isn’t paparazzi mode). That joins a 7.5-stop stabilization system and built-in neutral density (ND) filters that allow you to go away the tripod and screw-on filters reception (most of the time, anyway). the E-M1 Mark III isn’t the outright best camera you'll buy for $1,800, it's the simplest interchangeable lens camera for travel. The company says the Mark III is meant with portability and agile shooting prioritized over the higher handling and operability of the larger 'X' model. And, while it doesn't have the E-M1X's transport-recognition AF modes, the E-M1 III has the newest TruePic IX processor, which brings a few features of its own.

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III Specifications:

  • Manufacturer Olympus
  • 20MP Four Thirds sensor
  • 121-point autofocus system with deep learning-based subject recognition
  • Handheld high-res shot mode
  • Capture up to 18fps with autofocus and up to 60fps Raw JPEG 
  • Pro Capture mode is recorded Before you press the shutter, 
  • Image stabilized at 7.5EV, 7.0 CIPA standard even with "Sync IS" lenses
  • 'Live ND' multi-shot mode simulates ND filters
  • Large 2.36M-dot LCD viewfinder able to work on up to 120 fps
  • 420 shots per charge (CIPA) battery life rating
  • Dual SD card slots (1x UHS-I, 1x UHS-II)
  • Extensive direct control, AF joystick, articulating touchscreen
  • DCI 24p and UHD 4K / 30p video, at up to 237Mbp
  • Extensive, IPX1-rated weather sealing
  • USB charging (using USB PD standard)

    Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III PROS AND CONS

    1- Pros

    • Excellent stability and fast performance
    • The image can be auto-adjusted
    • HD manual mode also weather-sealed
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