Summary: This is a great camera. It's not state of the art from Olympus in 2013 but a big improvement over the E-P1. I bought the EVF to go with it and am very happy to use this as my travel camera as I wander around SE Asia for two months.
Summary: This camera is really good if you are looking for affordable, small camera with interchangeable lenses. I use it currently with Panasonic's 14mm Lumix lens and I love it. Much easier to carry everywhere and takes good photos even with the iAuto setting. I just need to buy another lens with a little longer focal lenght as the 14mm is too wide in some situations. With the current lens it is just awesome for street and indoors photography. I'm in love with it!
Summary: I bought this camera 3-4 years after it came out, so I was already buying in a technology "hole" compared to the latest models. The camera comes with no flash, mine came with no zoom (standard 17mm pancake), and is rather bulky and heavy for a non DSLR. There is no wifi, social media, GPS, and all that other fun stuff you can find on $300-$400 cameras. What it does have is sleek looks, EXCELLENT picture taking, and old school awesomeness.
Summary: A treasure camera. Who said that it is a camera for nascent. The quality of the images are extraordinary and the camera allows you to share legendary lenses. The price by now, allows you to get a powerful digital camera. I have amplified images of 40 x60 cm and the quality is incredible. I have been a Leica M6 user fore many years and with this camera I can use my old leica and other lenses and I just multiple my possibilities. Great camera for the price.
Summary: Great image quality, nice build quality and design, and way more flexibility than a regular point and shoot. It's way less conspicuous than a big canon or Nikon, and its a very powerful camera if you know what you're doing.