Wow! It's so small. I've never seen the camera or the lens in person! When I opened the box I was surprised with the body AND the 12-50mm lens. The 12-50mm looks very long in pictures, but it's so small. :O I guess I'm used to the huge Canon lenses. The first thing I looked at was the EVF. It's not as bad as I thought it would. I must say I was very nervous. I went to Best Buy and tried the Sony NEX 7 just to see how an EVF looked. I didn't like it because it showed a lot of moire. The EVF is not bad. :O I've been playing around with the kit lens, and IBIS. IBIS is AMAZING. I've been playing around with different shutter speeds. I've been able to get a sharp picture with a one second shutter speed. :O That's so shocking to me. Right now I'm waiting to sell my Canon T2i + Sigma 30mm, and Sony RX100 to fund my next lens. I'm not sure if I should keep the 12-50mm right now. I'm thinking I should keep it because it's weather sealed. It's one of the reasons I wanted the OM-D. I really want the Olympus 12mm F2. I love wide angle shots, and it would be amazing to use it during sunset or at night. I'm trying to convince myself not to buy it because it's expensive, and IBIS should help me with the sharp pictures at night. I do want the Panasonic Leica 25mm though. I hope it's just like the Sigma 30mm I used for my Canon. I can't wait to play around with it when I'm out of the house. Here are my babies. It's sad to let the Canon and RX100 go. I've been using the RX100 for big concerts where DSLRs aren't allowed. The last time I'll use will probably be this week at the No Doubt concert here in Los Angeles. Here are some test shots from the "macro" feature of the kit lens. I don't have proper pics yet. These are just random pictures that I'm taking to get the hang of the camera.