Photography News issue 72

Olympus introduces PEN E-PL10 Photography News Your FREE newspaper packed with the latest news, views and stories PNAwards 2019 / We want your votes for the best imaging kit Big test: Fujifilm X-Pro3 / Our verdict on the camera with the hiddenmonitor A W A R D S 2019

ISSUE 72 29 Nov-13 Jan

Big test: Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III / Small & beautiful


Olympus has a newaddition to its entry-level mirrorless camera range, and early buyers could bag a free 45mm f/1.8 lens

will be another pleasing factor for those used to pocketing a smartphone. The camera measures 117.1x68x39mm and weighs less than 400g, battery and card included. The Olympus PEN E-PL10 is available in white, brown or black at £549.99 body only and £649.99 with the M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mmEZ lens.While stocks last, the camera comes with a free 45mm f/1.8 lens worth £279.99 when purchased fromOlympus’s online shop. •

THE NEWPEN E-PL10 aims to attract entry-level photographers. Key specifications include a 16.1-megapixel Live MOS sensor and TruPic VIII processor, 3.5 EV steps of in-body stabilisation, 8.6fps burst shooting and 4K video. When it comes to usability, Olympus has covered all bases of the camera’s potential target audience. Namely, there’s a flip-down LCD with selfie mode, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and a host of in-camera creative presets. The PEN E-PL10’s size and weight

Fujifilm House of Photography

FREE! 45mm f/1.8mm lens

The experiential store opens in London’s Covent Garden and promises to be a unique imaging experience for camera users of all levels

Theo Georghiades, who is project leader at the FujifilmHouse of Photography London, and general manager of electronic imaging at FujifilmUK, says: “I amhugely excited to open the doors and welcomemembers of the public to the FujifilmHouse of Photography for the first time. “We believe we have created a true photography playground – a unique experience for anyone with an interest in taking photos and sharing the world around them, be that a complete novice or a professional.” •

prize draw to win one of five Fujifilm X-T3 cameras with an XF18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LMOIS lens, an outfit worth £1699. On the opening day visitors will have the chance to enjoy interactive photography experiences with Fujifilmcameras including instax, X Series and G Series models. There’s also the chance tomake up to 25 6x4in prints for free, without having to buy anything.

FUJIFILM’S HOUSE OF Photography store, based in London’s Covent Garden at 8-9 Longacre, opens 11am, 3 December. To celebrate, the first 100 visitors through the doors will get exclusive goodie bags featuring camera and photographymerchandise. Better yet, customers who spend over £100 in-store in one transaction between opening day and 8 December will be entered into a

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