The weather won't be the best for the next few months (at least in most places in the northern hemisphere) but I'd still like to go out for a walk most days and take my camera with me. The problem is my camera is a Panasonic g3 which of course is not weather sealed. All my lenses (with the exception of the Oly 9mm bodycap lens) are Panasonic as well. Now I could get an EM5 and the Oly 12-50 weather-sealed lens. But I don't want the bother of batteries and chargers for two different systems and some of my lenses, the P20 for instance might not play nice with the EM5 (banding issues). Afaik the only Panasonic weather-sealed bodies are the gh3 and gh4. The gh3 is going for about 500 euro used. That still seems like quite a lot of money to spend just for the sake of keeping the rain off... I don't suppose there is any point in getting an Oly 12-50 or other cheap weather sealed lens, putting it on the g3 and putting the g3 inside some sort of 3rd party plastic housing (if such a thing exists)? Another option that crossed my mind was the Fuji finepix S1 bridge camera. The S1 is weather-sealed but I'm not sure I'd be happy with the image quality from a sensor less than a quarter the size of the m43, at least not on dull, rainy overcast evenings in January and February.