I prefer to shoot without flash in low light situations. I use fast primes and place a premium on IBIS so that I can get the shots that I want. When focussing with a screen instead of a viewfinder it's harder to brace the camera when hand holding it. IBIS is a huge plus for older photogs.
I could care less about an EVF - I simply do not need one. Ibis, however, is an absolute must have and the 5 axis on the E-P5, along with the control layout, makes it my choice. Since you already have an EVF to use with it the E-P5 is the perfect step up from the E-P3.
Taken near Conneautville, PA. Most of this snow has now melted away, only a few small piles left from what were very large piles a few weeks ago.
WinterStorm15-1275 by RevBob posted Mar 28, 2015 at 6:11 PM
WinterStorm15-1288 by RevBob posted Mar 28, 2015 at 6:11 PM
If I had the cash I would buy an E-P5. I like the control setup and the look. The E-Px series is under rated in my opinion, largely because it lacks an EVF. I don't need or want the viewfinder, so these are perfect for me.
I shoot jpeg + raw and on the rare occassion that auto WB doesn't get it right I just correct it in Lightroom. I have the jpeg if I need something quickly and the raw to make my own adjustments.With my E-P3 I hardly ever have WB problems, though.
I sold my Canon 40D and all but one lens. I have never regretted it, never found myself wishing I had it back. I can still do everything with my :43: gear (and more) that I did with the 40D and I now own better, faster lenses. Not going back.