OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10
It may be ‘entry-level’, but the E-M10 has a rich pedigree. It shares the same sensor as the two-year old E-M5, which is still considered one of the best Micro Four Thirds cameras today, and the same image processor as the current flagship E-M1. Hues are vivid and punchy; you can shoot comfortably up to ISO 3200 with minimal noise, even perhaps up to ISO 6400 with mushy details. Autofocus is fast and accurate, helping you get the right thing in focus most of the time.
Colors are vivid, punchy and true to life.
The E-M10 can shoot up to ISO 3200 with minimal noise.