Finally my GX7 showed up today! I had to wait quite a while while the battery charged. I read the enclosed manual a bit and got busy with other things. Finally I put the freshly charged battery in it and shot my first shots . The first thing that happened is that I had to turn on the "shooting without lens" option. I managed to do it and the FD 50mm f1.4 that I had put on the camera was ready to shoot. The first one was a throw-away, but the second shot was quite a nice surprise. I've stopped right there and posted here right away :smile:. The very first thing I notice is that the focus peaking is awesome! I could never shoot my E-M5 with legacy lenses this easily! It's fabulous really.. Anyway, I set the ratio to 3:2 to match the 35mm format. I think it's set to just take JPGs and not RAW files now. I need to get into the menus and set up the camera to suit my whims. The IQ seems to be very good. I adjusted to WB with LR because the mixture of fluorescent and incandescent lights in my kitchen is terrible. The initial "as shot" WB was not bad at all. I could have actually left it alone and no one would be the wiser. I think I'm going to love this camera! Here is a cropped detail scaled to 70% of original. I shot hand held, 1/125" ISO 1000. I don't know if the stabilization is on or not.