For my type of shooting of miniatures, (Google CWRailman to see my WEB page and get an idea of what I am talking about,) detail is very important and pixel peeping becomes a necessity. I was checking out the DPReview of the E-M10II to see how it compared to my E-M10 and saw some rather disappointing results. In their Studio Comparison page if you bring up the E-M10 along side the E-M10II and move the target over the old bearded guys collar so his left cheek is showing it becomes quite apparent that the JPG engine has been tweaked (as noted in the first paragraph after the test images) as they say and not in a positive manner. The texture of the collar starts getting muddied and the detail of the whiskers on his cheek start disappearing. It become more apparent when you shift the ISO to 1600 or 3200. That might not be a concern for those who shoot RAW but not so good for those who rely on JPG. Now somebody will say "just shoot RAW" I just know it.