Confused in choosing the right camera for you ?
Check this comparison table below to get a better view at them. Basically, They’re almost similar in specs but with some differences.
|Engine||TruePic VI||TruePic VI||TruePic VI|
|LCD Res||3″ – 610K||3″ – 460K||3″ – 460K|
|Built-in Flash||Yes||Removable (included)||Removable (included)|
|HD Video||Full HD 1080i||Full HD 1080i||Full HD 1080i|
|Art Filters||10 type||6 type||6 type|
|Image Stabilization||Yes (Sensor)||Yes (Sensor)||Yes (Sensor)|
|Lens Mount||micro four third||micro four third||micro four third|
|Control Buttons||2 function buttons, subdial||1 function button, simplified
|Simplified button structure|
|Camera Grip||Included in package||No||No|
|Battery Life (CIPA)||330||300||330|
|Body Size||4.8”W x 2.72”H x 1.35”D||Smaller||Smallest|
Pretty similar right ? Olympus E-P3 comes with better specs but also the biggest and heaviest of them all. On image quality i think they all similar because they use same sensor and engine processor. For learning purposes , i think they all great ! All cameras offers manual exposure control , bracketing functions, and plenty of in-camera editing tool (Art Filters) to boost your photo skills.
So , it’s a matter of choosing the best specs for your needs and how small/light the camera that you want ?