The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III takes the familiar design of its predecessor and inherits many features from the company’s pro-level E-M1X. Olympus positions the E-M1 III as a pro-level camera for those who want a more compact alternative to the E-M1X but don’t want to compromise build quality.
The E-M1 Mark III is available in a number of kits. For just the body, it’s priced at $1799 (in the US, a trade-in program will initially knock $200 off of that). There are also a pair of lens bundles: you can combine the body with the 12-40mm F2.8 Pro for $2499 or with the 12-100mm F4 Pro for $2899.
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