I got my GX1 with 14mm/14-42mm kit 2 months ago and I'm loving it so far. Except today This weekend I took some landscape shots (using the 14-42mm lens) of pine trees and mountains. It was a sunrise shot, and everything was well lit. I noticed that the pine trees turned out to be "mushy". In fact, everything seems generally soft, much to my disappointment, mostly at f22. So soft I think they're almost unusable, even when processed a bit. I only took JPEGs and I think they would have been better if I also took some RAW shots and processed them myself. I compared them to D90 shots taken at the same time and... well.. I almost had the impulse to throw away my GX1. The colors on the D90 were better, although they were taken on vivid mode and I used natural so I guess that's a factor? But honestly, even the color-rendering is disappointing. I don't have the straight-from-the-camera D90 samples here's the post-processed stuff my BF uploaded on FB. I'll ask him if he can send me straight-from-camera samples. View attachment 194617 D90 by winlati, on Flickr here are my shots. View attachment 194618 P1040697 by winlati, on Flickr View attachment 194619 P1040695 by winlati, on Flickr View attachment 194620 P1040693 by winlati, on Flickr View attachment 194621 P1040691 by winlati, on Flickr View attachment 194622 P1040689 by winlati, on Flickr I know, the D90 one is post-processed but I've tried post-processing mine, they don't even come close. In fact, every photo he took looks much better, even with the same settings and all. They're just too soft or desaturated or just generally dull. Anyone has any idea why this is? Is it the lens? Or the GX1 JPEG engine failing miserably? Kinda disheartening that I can't even hold up to a DSLR and a somewhat much more experienced DSLR-user. To be fair he was teaching me how to do stuff but still, I failed miserably.