Hey guys, I'm going to be going over to Norway around July and study for a year. Whilst there I wanna try and get some good photos and of course, see the Northern Lights. My current gear is an e-pl5 with the 14-42 and the 9-18mm. I was wondering if you guys think there is a need for weather proofing? I was thinking maybe an e-m5 or even its rumoured successor? I'm worried that with the Norwegian weather, my camera might get damaged. I'm by no means a pro, but I would be quite devastated if anything happened to my camera. At the moment I'm saving up for a 17mm 1.8 and I do have some money left to spend. I would say I'd spend a $1000, the less the better to save up for living expenses, but it is flexible. Is having a weatherproof body without a weatherproof lens basically useless? And if it is, should I possibly try and see if I can get either the 12-35 or 12-40? Mainly interested in landscape photography, but like street as well, hence the 17mm. Thanks, hopefully there's some detail in there for you guys to give some advice.