So I am thinking of selling my GH-2 to buy a used EM-5 and I am still not sure if that is a good idea or dumb idea. My main reason for even THINKING about switching was for the IBIS. You see, I primarily use Adapted Legacy Glass to photograph with. I only contemplated this switch because i found that the GH-2 still has a high resale value and the EM-5 cameras are selling pretty cheep used. I started in the µ4/3 world with the G-1, chosen because I needed a camera that I can adapt all my film lenses to; also I wanted to have a camera with an eye level view finder and still had an available hot shoe and use an off camera flash. I also loved the large grip and Articulating rear screen. When I upgraded I went with the GH-2 model, I liked it because it still had the separate SD card door and larger sensor also it was a great sale deal at the time. I do not know if the GH-2 is a better camera. Many say the Panasonic RAW file is best. I shoot mostly Raw and process in Light room, Although I do not usually do much adjustment unless I really like the photo. Anyone wanna help me to decide if I should stay or go? I am not opposed to some Q & A to help me.