Hello dear friends of this great forum! It has been awhile since I last posted here. Now I need advice. I am going to start up a media business. The core business will be based on providing IT-support (mainly Apple/Mac/IPad etc). But another branch will be to provide services as both photographer and videographer. Offering to film events and make movies from the events to the client. Also selling photos to the client. To conclude; the business will be a media business offering support and services to the clients. This is off course a photography based forum som my question is regarding camera bodies/systems. My level as photographer today is about advanced enthusiast. And the investment in photo stuff now is in m43. Panasonic G3, Olympus E-P2. The best lenses I have: Oly 45mm 1.8 and Panny 14mm 2.5. My question is regarding the photo side; to "appear" to be more "pro" for the clients eyes.. And regarding photo results in IQ. Is it time to go full frame (Nikon D800, Canon 5D?)? Or would a Olympus OMD-EM5 do the work for me? The service in photography I am going to offer is field work, not studio... To offer photoservices during events (inside and outside). Some kind of weather sealing is going to be needed if it is starting to rain when doing outside work. Also fast auto focus in action events. High ISO capabilities... I am not going to use flashes (as I don't master flash photography yet). I don't need to do "super-pro" work, but I would like to provide good IQ photos to clients from different events. Also a little video filming is a part of the service. What do you suggest? fuji x-pro 1 is also a possibility that I've been thinking about. Full frame with a couple of lenses? Or OMD (I really like working with the m43 system)? Another investment I am going to do for the business is buying a MacBook Pro, some hard drives fr backup.. I am going to process everything on that computer system so it is going to be a high end MBP. So how shall I do? Which way should I go with the photo-side?