Thanks for the comment.....Excellent Gary.
I particularly love that first photo; the mix of vertical and horizontal is wonderful.
Beautiful architecture too. Is it some form of military academy by any chance?
Funny, this very topic raised a couple of weeks ago in a different thread here in this forum. The shutter button on the E-M1 series should be more sensitive with a lesser defined "half-press" resistance, while the Pen-F should have a much clearer, tactile resistance for half-pressing the button. That's the case at least with both my Pen-F, as for the E-M1 series I could only speak for the original (Mark I). Personally I very much prefer the shutter button on the Pen-F - be it with or without release button. I'm using one on one of my F's while the other one doesn't have one, screwing such a button in helps quite a bit, but it very much depends on the release button itself, some are quite bulky and large, I think those actually have a more negative impact rather than being helpful.My only concern is the shutter release button seems soft/spongy compared to what I'm used to on my E-M1ii. I realize it's a different design and it works like it should, just a different feel. Is this normal ? Would a shutter release button help me hit that button better ? Appreciate your thoughts.