I apologize if my specific questions have been answered already. I am new here. Now, a bit of history. I have primarily used Canon DSLR's over the past 8 years or so. A few years ago I picked up a Fuji X-E1 for personal work as I was working full time for a company doing product photography where they purchased very high end gear for me to use. I wanted something new to try and spark something in me as I had lost a lot of joy from taking other pictures at that time. I really like the X-E1 and it has since become my go-to camera for personal projects. I have neglected to upgrade my Canon body in a long time and it is now ancient (40D). I no longer have that job and am trying to find something that I can use for both freelance commercial work and personal work. I am also not in the best financial situation so making huge purchases is out of the question. My thoughts were to either just upgrade my Canon body and use some of the lenses I already had, however I've really enjoyed using the X-E1 but I find it lacking in some areas when photographing certain subjects. My other problem with Fuji is the lens lineup, while the lenses are very, very good, they are quite pricey. Randomly I did some research on the Olympus cameras and found some innovative features that caught my attention. One being the live bulb preview mode. Very cool. The other, is the high resolution mode. My question is: is it possible to use strobes and off camera flash with the high resolution mode? Will each capture trigger the strobes just like any other capture? Can you set the delay so the flash or strobe (usually alien bees) can refresh? I shoot all different kinds of things for personal and professional use. Portraits, street, product, architecture, even urbex stuff. I love mirrorless but also like how fast DSLR's are and the range of accessories and equipment that are usually readily available. I know mirrorless has come a long way since the X-E1 and I'm wondering if it's possible this camera could be a good middle ground? I can't afford to go top of the line like the new ff Sony's at this time. Ideally I would have more than one camera setup, one for professional, one for personal, but I'm trying to combine the best of both worlds and get the most value by investing in one system for now. I could sell my Fuji and my Canon stuff and pick up this camera with a few lenses (as they are much cheaper). Thoughts?