The new cameras are outfitted with textured casing on their bodies, available in a choice of green, black or orange.

Each version comes with a thickly padded ‘Japanese-tailored’ leather strap and an OM-D lens cap, both of which are coloured to match the camera’s body.

Also included in the package is a 14-42mm M.Zuiko pancake zoom lens.

Equipped with a 16.1-million-pixel sensor, the EM-10 was billed as a more affordable alternative to Olympus’s award-winning OM-D E-M1 and OM-D E-M5. It scored a healthy 84% in AP’s review back in March.

While the black and orange versions will be sold at various selected stockists, the green version will be exclusively available from Harrods.

The OM-D E-M10 Limited Edition cameras will release in late June 2014, priced £749.