Many interchangeable-lens cameras provide some sort of buffer capacity display when shooting, typically indicating the approximate remaining number of images that can be stored in the buffer, and hence how many more pictures can be taken in continuous shooting mode before the camera slows down:

However, I cannot find a similar feature on my Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III. Does such a feature exist in the camera? If so, where might I be able to enable it? I've already reached out to Olympus, including on Twitter, about a buffer capacity display feature.

  • Not an answer, but the Olympus OMD cameras Facebook page has a lot of knowledgeable users on. facebook.com/groups/em1II Might be worth asking in there if you're a Facebook user. – spikey_richie Dec 14 '20 at 20:21

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