I'm a little late for the "camera replacement time" thread of c. Dec.
30, so I'm starting my own.
I'm still using the original OM-D E-M5. I shoot it with fast Oly or
Panasonic primes: 14/1.8, 20/1.7, 25/1.4 and 45/1.8. Plus a couple of
film OM macro and telephoto lenses, and a 90/2 rangefinder lens. I don't
photograph birds in flight. Despite a bit of shutter lag, it serves me
well. But it is getting old.
I'm looking for some general advice on what to replace the E-M5 with
when the time comes. Used gear in good shape would be fine. Are there
any particular models I should concentrate on? Is there a good summary
of the major differences online? I'm trying to narrow things down a bit
before diving into detailed reviews and user comments, which can be a
My other camera is German rangefinder Brand L, which i use for people
shots where the exact instant is paramount. The E-M5 started out as my
travel camera, and something I could carry when I had "frozen shoulders"
some years ago. But honestly, its convenience means it gets used for a
lot of things.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/