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A bigger grip

Olympus usually has pretty shallow grips on its entry- and mid-level cameras and offers an accessory to improve the comfort. This time around with the new OM-D E-M10 Mark III, it just increased the size. The text on the controls is also a bit bigger, something I appreciate now that I'm older.

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Front

You can see the curve of the new grip here.

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Shortcut

The button by the power switch provides a quick way to move up a menu level when you're in the settings.

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Advanced Photo mode

All the beyond-basic modes have been consolidated into the new Advanced Photo mode and laid out with a more approachable interface.

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Labels

The navigation buttons now have labels with the default functions on them.

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Bleach Bypass I

The camera gets a Bleach Bypass Art filter with two variations.

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Bleach Bypass II

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'Splain me

Olympus has added more explanatory text as well.

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Advanced Photo mode

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More visual

Olympus has followed the crowd in delivering a more photo-heavy interface with examples of different shot types.

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More visual

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Front

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More front

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Top

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Front, too

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Another front

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Back

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