And the Best Entry-level Mirrorless is...
PANASONIC LUMIX GF6
We’re not fond of the GF6’s build quality, but it comes in at a price that can’t be beat, plus it has the most user-friendly interface in this shootout. Image quality is good, but whether you’d prefer the cooler shift in color is subjective. Overall, we think you can’t go wrong with the GF6 as a budget starter camera.
Olympus OM-D E-M10
The E-M10 wins best overall performance for its combination of smooth handling, in-body image stabilization and great image quality. Even though the Fujifilm X-M1 has better image quality, it’s let down by poorer handling, and the Olympus offers a stronger package in total.