Full array of shooting features

With the wealth of shooting features available on the OM-D E-M10 Mark IV, users are able to easily capture high-quality, impressive photos only possible on an interchangeable lens camera. It also supports breathtaking 4K video recording.


Scene (SCN) mode optimizes settings according to the scene and subject

In Scene mode you can easily select the perfect settings for the scene or subject. This mode also supports swing panorama shots, which can be captured simply by pressing the shutter button and moving the camera horizontally (or vertically) to create panorama shots in the camera.


Advanced Photo (AP) mode makes difficult shooting methods easy

Use Advanced Photo mode to easily capture photos brimming with originality. Swing panorama shots are also supported on this mode just as in Scene mode.

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Art Filter (ART) delivers creative expressions

Choose from 16 varieties and 31 types of unique Art Filter options. Instant Film is also available that creates the unique look of instant photos. Pop Art I and Soft Focus are compatible with fine tune, which allows you to adjust the filter level.

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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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    • Partical Colour
    • Partical 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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    • Pinhole
    • Pinhole
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    • Diorama
    • Diorama

Instant Film creates a nostalgic atmosphere

This new Art Filter creates a nostalgic atmosphere with a modern finish. It is even more effective when using a flash to photograph people.

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    • Regular shot
    • Regular shot
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    • Instant Film (with flash)
    • Instant Film (with flash)

Fine tune lets you adjust filter effects

Simply touch the slider control on the monitor to adjust the filter level. It can also be controlled with the dial.

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

Beautiful hand-held 4K video

Powerful 5-axis image stabilisation makes it possible to record beautiful 4K video even for hand-held shooting. It is also possible to extract and save still images from 4K videos. 4K video can be recorded without switching to video mode on the OM-D E-M10 Mark IV.

4K (3840 x 2160px)

Silent mode, convenient for shooting in locations where you need to keep quiet

Silent mode is perfect for situations where you don't want to make noise, such as recitals, concerts, and when shooting sleeping children or pets. Although this was only available in SCN/AP modes on conventional models, it is available in P, A, S, M, and ART modes on the OM-D E-M10 Mark IV.


High-speed sequential shooting so you never miss a split-second photo opportunity

Enjoy up to 15 fps high-speed sequential shooting (Silent Sequential H (AF/AE fixed, when using electronic shutter)). This feature makes it possible to accurately capture split-second photo opportunities.

  • Sequential shooting H (AF/AE fixed, when using mechanical shutter): Max. 8.7 fps, Sequential shooting L (AF/AE tracking, when using mechanical shutter): Max. 5 fps.

C-AF focuses on moving subjects

The moving subject tracking algorithm has been completely redesigned based on the pro use OM-D E-M1X contrast AF. It utilizes the high precision focusing of contrast AF while significantly improving tracking precision for moving subjects. This feature makes it possible to achieve high precision focusing on moving children.


Advanced Face Priority / Eye Priority AF

Face detection performance from the high-end OM-D E-M1 Mark III is utilized on in this model, ensuring continuous focusing even for faces that are partially hidden, such as in profile and when lying face down.

  • Pictures are for illustrative purposes only.
  • Screen captures on the monitor are composite images.

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