Summary: I was disappointed with this camera and returned it. Why do I give it even three stars? Because I was comparing its function to my Lumix GX7 and found it wanting in snappy performance. I wanted a second body for my micro 4/3 system, but this isn't it.
Summary: I am searching for a lightweight replacement for my beloved Canon T3i + Sigma 18-250mm lens when traveling. Schlepping 39 ounces all day gives me a terrible backache. I bought an OM-D E-M10 with both the 14-42 and 40-150 kit lenses from Best Buy.
Pros: Bright, large, eye level electronic finder. SHARP images. FAST
Cons: Physical design of thumb rest and lower right rear corner of camera body.
Summary: I was hoping for a camera that takes extraordinary pictures, but it is pretty much just like any other ordinary camera. Don't get me wrong, it is a nice camera, but maybe a less expensive one would work just as well. It snaps pictures with ease and is very fast and I like the compact feel of it.
Summary: The camera is okay if you're only interested in the compact system. It is way too tiny and lightweight to use with Olympus's higher quality e-series lenses. I returned it because it was not going to meet my needs.
Camera is good, but touch screen is not as useful as ...
14 December 2014
Summary: Camera is good, but touch screen is not as useful as it should be. No pinch to zoom is a big disappointment. Plus, touch screen is not sensitive enough and overall implementation leaves much more to be desired. No compare to Canon EOS 650/700D with its excellent touch screen functionality.