in-depth review of Olympus' budget (£529, body only) OM-D model.
Snippets from the conclusion follow:
"The E-M10 feels more like a third generation OM-D model than a step-down from its two brothers. It borrows many qualities we liked from both of them and presents them in a slightly smaller, lighter package."
"The E-M10 offers an impressive level of direct control. Twin command dials and two customisable function buttons are just the tip of the iceberg - in true Olympus fashion, just about any button or dial on the camera can be customised."
"The camera is very responsive. Auto focus is fast and reliable, camera menus are easily navigated and the touch screen adds one more interface option when the Super Control Panel is in use."
"The E-M10 is capable of producing very nice images. JPEG default sharpening is a bit strong, and around ISO 3200 noise reduction starts to muddy fine detail. In good light at low-to-moderate ISO the E-M10 produces pleasantly sharp and clean JPEGs that rival the performance of entry-level DSLRs."
"The improved feel of the control layout in the E-M10 and additions like Wi-Fi make this camera feel more like an un-weather-sealed E-M5 replacement, rather than a lower-end model. Those considering the E-M5 at this point should take a serious look at the E-M10 - if weather-sealing isn't absolutely necessary, then we're inclined to pick this one over the E-M5."