Olympus’ original OM-D E-M5 has been replaced with a Mark II version, but the original still holds up well with 5-axis image stabilization, an OLED touchscreen, and an electronic viewfinder that refreshes at 120 FPS. You could do a whole lot worse for under $400. [Olympus OM-D E-M5 Body, $379]

You’ll need some lenses to go with it, so might I suggest this compact pancake lens, and this incredibly affordable telephoto?

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