I can't believe that I'm asking this... but an instruction has came down from up high (my very patient partner), that she'd like more family photos of us when we go to places. Yesterday we went to London for the day and she asked if I could take a selfie of us and the two kids with the London Eye behind us - I took one look at my EM-1 and 12-40mm and decided against even attempting! Although I could never get rid of the EM-1, I am going to sell the 12-40mm to fund a smaller camera and lens combo. I am weighing up the GF6 against the GM1 and the GF6 has the obvious advantage of the hinged screen that does flip all the way up so you can see it whilst taking selfies. I am more drawn to the GM1 to take advantage of the smaller 12-32mm lens and the newer GX7 sensor, which would also mean that I retain the 12mm focal length. Have users of the GM1 tried taking selfies and is this reasonably easy? I also like the idea of a smaller camera for family events, but will definitely be keeping the EM-1 for my fantastic 50-200mm lens. Price wise I can pick up the GF6 with 14-42mm lens for around £250 and I can pick up the GM1 with 12-32mm lens for £350 from Panasonic's outlet store on eBay.