It might be exiting the camera business, but Olympus is still releasing new models. The company has unveiled the $700 O-MD E-M10 Mark IV, the latest in its line of entry level Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. While it looks much the same as the last model, there are some notable improvements in the sensor and display that should appeal to users looking to graduate from smartphones.
The biggest change is a new 20-megapixel sensor and upgrade TruePic VIII image processor, replacing the 16-megapixel sensor on the last model. Those appear to be the same as the sensor and chip on Olympus’ recent OM-D E-M5 Mark III mid-range camera, meaning you should see sharper images with less noise in low-light shooting.