Olympus has been one of the camera manufactures that has pushed Micro Four Thirds to where it is today. Over the recent years they've released a number of fantastic compact mirrorless cameras that have been pretty popular.
Today they have announced a new addition to their compact camera line - the OM-D E-M10. This new camera is aimed very much at consumers who want premium quality finish and professional quality pictures. It's very being very compact, sports a classic retro design and is cheaper compared to some of its rivals.
It features an electronic viewfinder at the top, which also houses the flash, WiFi connectivity, a fast autofocus system, sharper LCD screen, 3-axis image stabilization, weather sealing and also a 16-megapixel sensor which actually comes from the very high end Olympus EM1.
No word on pricing yet but it'll be the silver model will be available in late February and the black model will be available in March.