I hope that I put this thread in the right section. My story about Olympus and me: My first system camera was the Olympus E-510. I choose the E-510 for the IS and the system that shakes away dust from the sensor (Don't remember the name for it now). These two things wasn't common back then. I only had the standard zoom lenses; normal and tele. Later I added Olympus 25 f2.8 pancake lens to keep the camera small when walking around. I've had a lot of cameras since then, different systems. Much better cameras in many ways. But when I look back on the images I took with the E-510, there is something that my more modern cameras can't do. Something special with the tone of the old E-510 images. My wife says that she misses that camera too. There was something that I haven't found in the image files of the cameras of today. That E-510 started my passion for photography. The first love. In Olympus cameras of today some characteristics exist but they are not really the same. Something like real music from the 70:s compared to the computerized music of today (I'm and old timer regarding music!). The old 4/3 cameras had something special about them. Please share your story of what really made you passionate about photography, did you have a first love?