The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is a 20MP Micro Four Thirds camera aimed at enthusiast photographers. It features the same sensor, AF system and 4K-video capture as the flagship E-M1 II and E-M1 X, in a considerably smaller, lighter package.
It's the first in the E-M5 line to offer on-sensor phase detect autofocus, which includes both face and eye detection modes. The updated AF system is complemented by a 10 fps max burst rate in AF-C. The camera also gets a new image stabilization system, an updated EVF and some small ergonomic improvements.
Key takeaways20MP Four Thirds sensor121-point hybrid autofocus system50MP high-res shot mode10 fps burst shooting with AF-CCinema (DCI) and UHD 4K videoUp 6.5EV of image stabilization (****-rating) with supported lenses2.36M-dot OLED viewfinder with 60 fps refresh rateExtensive direct controls and articulating touchscreenWeather-sealed bodyIn-camera USB charging1/8000 sec mechanical shutter speed
The E-M5 III will be available at the end of November for a body-only price of $1,199.99, CAN $1,499.99 in either black or silver. It will also be available kitted with the weather-sealed Olympus 14-150mm F4-5.6 II for $1,799.99, CAN $2,249.99.
What's new and how it compares
The E-M5 III is Olympus's smallest, lightest 20MP camera. Here's what else is new and how it stacks up against its peers.
Body and controls
The rear of the E-M5 III is largely unchanged, but some significant changes have been made to both the camera's top plate and the EVF.
Photo editor Dan Bracaglia spent 48 hours shooting in the deserts of Southern, Utah, E-M5 III in hand.
Curious what kind of files the E-M5 III produces? Have a look at our vast sample gallery.
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