Excerpt: This camera has been great since day one. I chose to purchase a mirror less camera to travel with. I usually use a Nikon D-300 so I did not want to loose the ability to use my camera on fully manual and still have a view finder. The camera takes great photographs that can be expanded up to 11x14 without any noticeable difference from the D-300. The size along makes this camera worth while.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Quiet
Excerpt: I've owned the camera for 3 weeks and couldn't be happier with my choice. It may not be the best camera for everyone, but for my needs (all around general purpose shooting, old "reading glass" eyes, film SLR heritage) it's just perfect. I started "serious" photography in the late 1970's when I bought a used Pentax Spotmatic SLR with a couple of lenses. I upgraded to a Canon A-1, which I still have to this day, shortly thereafter.
Summary: This is a great camera, with great accessories, at a great price. As an amateur, intermediate level photographer, this is a clear upgrade from the Canon Rebel XT that I had been using. The accessories and the lenses just sweeten the deal. I do have 2 issues, however, that prevent me from giving 5 stars. 1) is that it took 3 days for the package to enter the mail, which was a little frustrating since I ordered 1 day shipping, and I was hoping to use it for an event.
Excerpt: I have an EM1 with 3 lenses, so, would like to buy one more body for convenience. EM10 technical data is quite similar to EM1, also has a very attractive price, so just grab one. In general, it is good, worth to take it, but several areas could not compete with EM1, - A little bit slip to hold. - EVF is not the same good as EM1's. - Battery life. - Focusing capability, especially for driving 75-300II.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Resolution, Small / Compact
Excerpt: Giving 4 stars for now, only because I haven't had the camera for a long period of time to really establish a rating. I recently sold all of my Nikon gear (D200 and lenses) to switch to the MFT format camera and went with this camera. The changeover has not been difficult, I was up and running pretty quickly. I'm pretty happy with the lens options available, including fast lenses (f/2.8 zooms).
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: After years and years (and years) of thinking about getting into photography, I finally took the plunge last week. Did a lot of research, walked in and out of B&H empty handed about 15 times, talked everyones' ear off and I finally landed on this beauty and I couldn't be happier. Since this is my first camera of this quality, keep in mind that I don't have much to compare it to since I'm not used to any sort of setup or eco-system.