I took both my Pen F and E-P2 on a recent trip overseas. On the F I had the Zuiko 25mm F4 (35mm equivalent, roughly) --- a slow lens, but very sharp. For the E-P2 I took the Panny 25 and the Olympus 14-150. I've always felt better when my back up for my digital camera was a fully manual - focus, aperture, shutter speed, no light meter -- and fully mechanical film camera like the F. E-PL1    ---    0mm    f/1.0    1/30s    ISO 1600 This turned out to be a very good combo. I used the P2 for about 70-80% of the photos I took on the trip. With the Pen F, I shot about 2 rolls of 24 exposures, but ended up with close to 100 photos given that this camera is a half-frame 35mm. I used the F when the sun was bright enough for the F4 lens, as well as on rainy days to prevent the E-P2 from getting its circuits wet. It also came in handy when I exhausted power in all my P2's batteries. I've shared some of the P2 images in a few other posts today; here are a few more, plus some photos from the F as well. I shot CVS brand ISO 400 film, home processed with the C-41 kit. I am still re-learning the fine art of home developing and negative scanning, so the images from the Pen F may have dust marks, etc. With the E-P2: E-P2    ---    25mm    f/5.0    1/60s    ISO 400 E-P2    ---    25mm    f/4.0    1/80s    ISO 1250 E-P2    ---    150mm    f/8.0    1/640s    ISO 200 E-P2    ---    14mm    f/6.3    1/1600s    ISO 400 E-P2    ---    150mm    f/5.6    1/1000s    ISO 200 E-P2    ---    34mm    f/5.6    1/125s    ISO 200 A few from the Pen F--some of these are PP'd with Snapseed. When I nailed the exposure and the light was right, the colors and contrast of the FT and the old 25mm really shone through.