Olympus Compact System Cameras
Olympus compact system cameras are a range of mirrorless cameras based around a micro four thirds sensor.
What is a micro four thirds camera?
Micro four thirds is a system developed jointly between Olympus and Panasonic in 2008 with a number of benefits over both DSLR cameras and compact digital cameras. Being mirrorless cameras, they do away with the internal mechanism found in DSLRs which means they are smaller and lighter and the shorter flange distance means the lenses can be mounted closer to the focal plane, offering sharper images from edge to edge.
The Olympus mirrorless micro four thirds camera range includes the professional level OM-D series, with their fast autofocus, near-DSLR image quality, and excellent quality micro four thirds lenses.
Park Cameras also offer the gorgeous Olympus PEN generation of cameras. These compact cameras are the perfect accessories to the fashion-conscious and look great wherever you go, while also providing excellent image quality with the benefit of interchangeable lenses.
Don’t forget to check out our selection of camera bags and cases, tripods, and memory cards to go with your new Olympus camera.