Because good cameras remain good cameras, I thought I'd say a few words about the "slow, high iso challenged, noisy, cramped dynamic range" E-P2. As it was my favorite digital camera until the E-M5 came along and is still a camera I use as a second m4/3 body, I wanted to say a few kind things about it. First off, though much slower to focus than later models with more up to date lenses, the E-P2 served me quite well doing street shooting on my trip last year. "Slow" is a relative term, and even with the original iteration of the kit lens it was fast enough. With the Pannie 20mm f1.7, another piece of hardware called "slow" to focus, I did a considerable amount of night time street shooting with it without significant problems. The E-M5 is blazingly fast in comparison, but we sometimes make the mistake of thinking older, slower hardware is now unusable, or would only be used by a penurious fool, to cheap, too poor, or too foolish to buy something better. Not true. As for the iso myth that anything beyond iso 400 was unusable, I just did not find it true. I used the camera without hesitation up to 1250 iso and got good shots at 1600. They might have needed a little extra post-processing, but they were hardly unusable. Here are a couple of samples: At iso 1600, Peggy is as beautiful and silly as ever: E-P2    ---    42mm    f/5.6    1/13s    ISO 1600 At 400 at the State Fair it worked well. In fact I rarely had to use it above 400 for well lit night time shots. E-P2    ---    20mm    f/2.5    1/50s    ISO 400 The gorgeous fish (the fish not the photo), shot at iso 640, does not seem to suffer unduly from noise: E-P2    ---    45mm    f/1.8    1/250s    ISO 640 None of these are straight from the camera jpegs, and I frankly forget what treatment I gave them. For me, at least, that is not important. I'm interested in the data a camera can give me to turn into a photo; I don't use OOC jpegs, but I recognize that those who do will find the newer cameras even more wonderful. I'm not suggesting that I'd give up my E-M5 to keep the E-P2; the newer camera is in some ways a dream machine for me, beside which the older machine pales. But the E-P2 was and is a quite useable camera capable of producing high quality shots, even if my examples do not rise to that level.