My type of photography: Never video Seldom fast moving objects, like kids, pets, sport. I think I shoot like a random tourist: a door, a building, a poster, a street, a landscape, a sunset, a tree, a car, etc. 95% of shots are outside. On the other hand I tend to behave like a hobbyist: I like to experiment with light: blue hour, etc. For bracketing or low light situations I use a tripod, which I like because of the slow process of thinking ahead, planning and executing. Roughly half of my shots are with legacy lenses, the other half 12-40, while I quite often use the MF option. My estimate is that around 60% is shot wider than FL 50. (I wish I could fill in the lens and FL in the metadata somehow) I have never used a flash. I always shoot RAW and I always compose using the EVF. Most of the time I shoot in A mode, while I fiddle with EV compensation. I am tempted to do that because of the wheather sealing (combo with my 12-40) and the 5 ax stabilization, because of my legacy lenses. Some doubts however: 1. I think I will going to be missing the fully articulated screen, but this will be no deal breaker. 2. When I rotate the focus ring of a native lens, the G5 automatically magnifies the image. The same applies for the EM5. When shooting a legacy lens, the G5 gives me the option to touch a focuspoint on the screen to get a magnified picture or pushing the rearbutton for the same effect. This is my major concern, because I dont know how the EM5 performs in this field.