Summary: Great little camera. Still not quite pocketable unless you have large jacket pockets. But the small size is still worth it for backpacking or traveling. Easy as a point and shoot but you can fidget with the controls to get a better image quality.
Summary: I had an older SLR type Olympus and have love it for years but was looking for a smaller camera that was easier to carry. I saw a Black Friday deal on this one and thought I would give it a try. Only had it a couple days but it is very nice to use. I bit front heavy with the slim body and attachable lens but did not take long to get comfortable with it. Many nice features and the art modes are nice. I have not purchased any extra lenses but it is an option.
Summary: I was very hesitant buying refurbished electronics at first, but after my experience with this camera (at Cameta) I will definitely do this again. With how quickly companies release new models that are only marginally better, I have no problem buying one model back refurbished gear. As far as the camera itself, its a great camera at a great price. Great size, great feature set, great photos.
Summary: I got this in best buy with my gift cards and this is the best camera ive ever had. takes high quality pics and has the feature to shot with full manual mode to chance light settings and flash speed. real fast auto focus.i got this the day after Christmas and after having it on and playing with it to be familiarized taking more than 50 pics and some video the battery went low. so the battery lasted a real long time. the pictures come out real well.
Summary: The E-pm1 is built for people first moving up to proper interchangeable lens cameras from point and shoots and more importantly smartphone cameras. I got this to create photos of my ever increasing family in a way I'll be happy to look at later in life. The difference in image quality from my Galaxy s3 to this is amazing.