Here is the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III comparison video covering high-ISO performance of Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is the latest update to the E-M1 Mark II which was released all the way back in 2015. The E-M5 III features a 20mp Four Thirds sensor (CMOS), with 121 phase-detection AF points, the same as the flagship E-M1 Mark II / E-M1X.
Olympus says that the ISO performance has been improved by 2 stops, and ISO6400 is as good as ISO1600 on the E-M5 II. See the video below for Olympus E-M5 vs E-M5 Mark III high-ISO performance comparison.
From Robin Wong:
Since I am still pretty much stuck at home due to the lockdown, I can’t go out to shoot, so I do apologize in advance for the less than appealing image samples. I thought it would be fun to compare the high ISO performance between two cameras – the original Olympus OM-D E-M5 versus the E-M5 Mark III, and see how much improvement there is specifically when it comes to high ISO shooting. Does the newer 20MP image sensor make much of a difference?
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