When getting my E-M1, the other camera under consideration was a Sony A77. When they went on sale, I thought I'd try them side-by-side. This is not scientific, but how I use a camera... pick it up, shoot. Often, but not always, on "P", auto WB, and generally ISO400 for snapshots in less than perfect lighting. The A77 showed up today, so I did just that... charged the battery and took two snaps of my messy desk in relatively low light. Of course, the 2.8 showed itself immediately, but this IS the kit lens I'd use, just as the 14-42R is on my E-M1. This is more, if I see a photo and grab a camera for a quick pic, what can I expect? So don't fault the process too much, I'm not a lab, just a user. Yes, I could have made a night-long project of it, but that's just not me, or how I shoot. This is not color corrected, it is straight out of the camera, only cropped to make images similar.