Olympus' mirrorless cameras are gaining ground as more photographers pick up on their excellent Micro Four Thirds line. The OM-D E-M10 is the manufacturer's more budget-freindly option and looks to still offer a lot of features. The E-M10 uses a Micro Four Thirds sensor with an updated processor, so image quality should be pretty good. The E-M10 also has an upgraded autofocus system over the older E-M5, but is slightly slower by just a frame per second and downgrades the sensor shift stabilization to three axis instead of five. Priced at about $800 for the kit, it's a more budget friendly version of the OMD E-P5, but you do get downgraded specs for the drop in price.