I have a Panasonic G6 which I really love, however I find the limitation with it is that the lack of image stabilisation in the body limits the efficient use of non Panasonic lens. I am not the sort of person who carries a tripod out with me when hiking on mountains and I have found that using my Olympus 60mm macro it is very difficult to get a steady shot without OIS. I have decided that it would be a good option to buy either an OMD e5 or OMDe10 so that I can use non panasonic lens and still have OIS. I shoot mainly in RAW, use MF quite a lot, especially for macro. My eyesight isn't as good as it used to me so I need a clear screen. I use focus peaking on my G6 so I think that might lead me towards the e10, but looking at the spec it appears that the e5 is the more pro camera. Would I be silly to go for the e10, as I can get either camera for roughly the same price. The lens I would be using at present are the Panasonic 14-42 PZ lens, the 45-175 PZ lens, 20mm pancake, 14mm pancake, Olympus 60mm macro, Nikon 50mm, Nikon 25mm. Other heavier lenses I would still use my Nikon D7000 for. I am going to buy a Panasonic 100-300mm soon, but it would be nice to be able to use Olympus and Sigma lens too. I still intend to keep my Panasonic G6 as well. Any help would be appreciated please.