Rich Expressive Power That Is Uniquely You

This model is packed with creative shooting features such as Art Filter and Advanced Photo so you'll be able to capture shots in your own unique way.


Art Filter offers versatile styles

Choose from 16 options and 31 types

Art Filter offers 16 options and 31 types so you can shoot exactly the kind of scene you have in mind.

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    • Bleach Bypass
    • Bleach Bypass
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    • Instant Film
    • Instant Film
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    • Cross Process
    • Cross Process
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    • Gentle Sepia
    • Gentle Sepia
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    • Dramatic Tone
    • Dramatic Tone
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    • Key Line
    • Key Line
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    • Watercolour
    • Watercolour
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    • Partial Colour
    • Partial Colour
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    • Pop Art
    • Pop Art
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    • Vintage
    • Vintage
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    • Soft Focus
    • Soft Focus
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    • Pale and Light Colour
    • Pale and Light Colour
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    • Light Tone
    • Light Tone
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    • Grainy Film
    • Grainy Film
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    • Pin Hole
    • Pin Hole
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    • Diorama
    • Diorama

Fine-Tune that makes art filters more enjoyable is now available

Fine Tune is now available to adjust colouring and effect levels in Art Filter for even more versatile photographic expressions. Controls are easy. Simply move the slider on the monitor up or down to make photos look exactly the way you want.

  • Fine Tune is available in Art Filter options Pop Art I and Soft Focus.
  • Pop Art I
  • Soft Focus

New, easy to use control screen

The screen button layout and sizes have been improved to make it easier to select Art Filter options and effects with touch operations.

1. Exposure compensation and effect type adjustment buttons
2. Art Filter options and effect type selection buttons moved to the bottom
3. Fine Tune and exposure compensation sliders moved to the right. The control dial at the top can also be rotated to move the slider.

Interchangeable lenses let you have more fun with photography

Change the lens to enjoy a wide range of expressions only possible with an interchangeable lens camera. Enjoy snapshots of scenery from everyday life, macro photos of scenery invisible to the naked eye, and impressive portraits (photos of people) with smooth, beautiful defocusing effects to make a main subject outstanding.

M.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8

This standard lens is perfect for shooting city, landscape and snapshots of everyday life.
It can also be used for beautiful background defocusing effects in portraits and for still life photos.

  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ
    F4.6, 1/6sec, ISO200
  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital 25mm F1.8
    F1.8, 1/40sec, ISO200

M.Zuiko Digital ED 30mm F3.5 Macro

With this macro lens, you can approach the subject up to 1.4 cm away from the end of the lens to capture up-close shots. It is perfect for shooting items in beautiful detail, such as small objects, manicured nails, etc.

  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ
    F5.6, 1/8sec, ISO200
  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital ED 30mm F3.5 Macro
    F3.5, 1/3sec, ISO320

M.Zuiko Digital 45mm F1.8

This medium telephoto lens is great for authentic portraits. Beautiful portraits as if they are taken by professionals can be shot by applying beautiful background defocusing effects to make a subject stand out.

  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm
    F5.6, 1/125sec, ISO640
  • E-PL10 + M.Zuiko Digital 45mm F1.8
    F1.8, 1/320sec, ISO200

Advanced Photo mode makes difficult photo expressions easy

Advanced Photo mode is equipped with 9 modes that make difficult shooting techniques easy, such as capturing star trails beautifully with Live Composite (Lighten), and compositing multiple shots for a single dreamlike photo in Multi Exposure.

Panorama: Moving the camera horizontally/vertically while shooting creates a wide/tall panoramic shot. Guide lines are displayed, showing the right direction to move the camera, making it easy to capture more natural panorama shots.
  • Live Composite: Capture beautiful light trails of stars in the sky or car lights. This feature lets you check the process of light trails as they are recorded.
  • Live Time: Captures faint light sources in dark locations. Light trails can also be captured. You can confirm your image as it is being recorded.
  • Multi Exposure: Overlapping two shots creates a dreamlike atmosphere in photos.
  • HDR: Capture photos with minimal overexposure, such as when blue skies appear white, and underexposure, such as when shadows appear pitch black.
  • Silent: Turns off the shutter sound, autofocus sound (electronic sounds), AF assist illuminator, flash and light from the camera. This mode is useful for situations where sound is inappropriate.
  • Keystone Compensation: Effects can be confirmed on the rear monitor prior to shooting.
  • AE Bracketing: Captures multiple photos of differing brightness so you can select your favourite.
  • Focus Bracketing: When focusing is difficult, this mode shifts the focal position and captures multiple shots. You can see which photos have the best focus point after shooting.

How to shoot in Live Composite

  • Attach the camera to a tripod and press the shutter button to begin shooting.
  • While checking how the image changes on the monitor, press the shutter button again to end shooting when the light trails look right.

How to shoot in Multiple Exposure

  • Press the shutter button fully to capture the first image. When you start shooting, the Multi. Exposure icon appears in green.
  • The first recorded image is shown in a semi-transparent display. Check the composite position and capture the second shot.

Silent shooting is possible in P, A, S, M, and ART modes

Silent shooting is now possible in P, A, S, M, and ART modes in addition to AP mode. This makes it possible to shoot in situations where you don't want to make noise, such as concerts, musical recitals, and capturing shots of sleeping children and pets.

How to set Silent shooting

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