Now that's a lathe!
It reminds me of the spinning factory I worked at : 4-metre diameter dishes, spinning with massive blowtorches and rollers on'em. (Before photography was even invented, that's my excuse)
You need an Olympus or Panasonic or Third-party adapter with the electrical contacts.
Autofocus works pretty well, depending mostly on which lens is used,
rather than what most forum folk say i.e. which body is used.
A great cheap way to use the newer sensors with the excellent older lenses.
e-pL7 .. 8 ... 9 has a nicely hinged screen and is smaller than the e-P5, has good stabilisation
but although I love my Panasonic 20mm : for indoor quick focus the PL 15mm would be my choice,
however I also own that so I'm biased.
(It isn't a pancake but it is small)
The PL 15mm is one of the lenses that I carry around (on a camera, naturally) in my jacket pocket every day.
If I was taking photos which required a bigger lens at 15mm (can't think of any uses right now) I'd think about replacing it ... but no.
It isn't a pancake but was obviously designed to...
Out of the box all my old Olympus cameras give nicer jpeg skin tones and blue skies than all my old Panasonic cameras.
That may seem a big statement but it's true, and out-of-the-box jpegs are important to the general market and non-post-processors.
I only own one Fuji, the old X-E1, and it...
Since Siri, Amazon echo, Cortana (and all the rest) came into existence [devices explicitly designed to respond to voices] many devices are sending parts of what they hear back to the office [because that is the only way they can work] ... not exactly to "big brother", just to a few "dodgy...
I like your list, welcome to the forum.
I've bolded the bits which I particularly agree with ;
I'd like Olympus to keep on whacking us with the retro stick ;
E-P1 2 3 5 Pen-F
and re-introduce that optional front grip deal, was it e-pL5?
(Well I think it's a decent holiday snap and captures the awfulness of British weather)
Light is terrible,
camera focused on the dog,
you set the ISO.
Apart from those things the photo is fine.
Improvements easily made in my opinion ;
Well, you can't do anything about the light on the day...
spDavies' half-humorous post had me nodding.
I wish the Pen-F had come out with the front knob more functional and the EVF tilting,
if fact I would own one now if they had made that camera.
I have to put up with the add-on VF-4 and VF-2 ... which I consider awesomely good actually.
Here's my test ;
I hand the camera with 15mm on it to some stranger and ask them to take a picture.
If they say "ooh that's a nice camera" the lens is a good 'un.
(I'm easily pleased)
Hope yours passes the brick wall test too!
I have them both, mine cost about the same monies.
The 20mm has F1.7,
the zoom has zoom for zoomy type folk.
They both fit in small spaces ;
20mm for a real man's pocket,
zoom for the ladies in their handbags.
My e-pL7 is superb.
It works extremely well with the 12-32 but that's the wife's lens now.
I mostly pop the VF-4 ontop, mosly use 15mm or 20mm primes.
Good colour, fast operation, good stabilisation, decent controls, good screen.
I love GetDPI and go there to find out what real working large-sensor folk do with expensive stuff, there are some really careful thinkers and good information.
The m4/3rds section of that site reflects that and gives a good slant on the subject.
Can't you use forum software to fiddle the URLs which appear to fool everyone into thinking they are the "main" forum, even if all systems exist in a sub-forum of your main site?
Something like making it appear thus ;