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Yes. From the specification for the Gorillapod: Connection Point: ¼"-20 standard tripod mount And see Is there a standard tripod mount? — this is the standard thread, which is near-universal. It's not listed in Olympus's E-M10 specs, possibly because it's so assumed. You can see from, for example, this review that the camera does have a tripod ...
Yes it will work. ALL cameras have a standard tripod mounting thread. (unless they don't have one at all)
The main doubt one can have about mirrorless is, I think that they do not provide ttl viewfinder. Is this a big disadvantage? Mirrorless cameras can offer TTL viewfinders, they're just electronic (i.e., using a small video display), rather than optical. But since you're seeing data directly from the sensor, rather than via a different lightpath, ...
Interesting thread - however outdated. Nikon released the DF Full Frame DSLR with a refined body that is close to the classic SLR form factor. That was a few years ago already so I suspect we'll see another evolution soon. Unfortunately, if you want something smaller you still have to go mirrorless. Mirrorless camera technology has advanced quickly and ...
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