I have had a period of strong GAS temptations... The "full frame" monster has been lurking around with the announcement of the Sony A7 and A7R cameras. But today I had my OM-D EM-5 with me on a conference that went on for almost a whole day. I sat a bit way from the speakers and decided to give my Sigma 60 f2.8 a go because of the reach and a little bit better light gathering then my standard 40-150 m.Zuiko lens. I must say that I got clean and good photos, sharp without blur. IBIS helped a lot. I had my ISO limit at 2500. This was no sport event so the people did not move fast. I seldom shoot sports inside. So for me, I think, that the new m4/3 sensors are all that I really need. For high ISO I have my Fujis but the AF isn't as fast there. I have put the "full frame" monster aside for now at least. ------------------- My real question is this: I am going more and more towards "hybrid". Video and still images combined. Should I really look at the Panasonic GH3 or G6 to complement my EM-5? I have the lenses (Olympus ones and Sigmas). Stabilization isn't a concern as I would film on tripod. I have a small "hobby" business and I want to offer "hybrid photography and eProducts" to clients. I know how to create eProducts (I am teaching it on evening classes). Until now I have used my Fuji X-E1 (because of 24p) and EM-5 when filming handheld (because of IBIS). Would the G6 be sufficient to complement my EM-5? I know that the G6 have manual controls during video recording and focus peaking. But the codecs aren't as good as on the GH3. With the GH3 I could grow more... ------------------ Should I: Buy Panasonic G6 now? I can afford it right away. I was pondering about G6 before, but did get the EM-5 instead when I came back to m4/3. I would keep EM-5 for photography and handheld video recording. Save up for the GH3? Or use the combination I have right now (X-E1 and EM-5) for video recording? And maybe save for one of the PRO lenses for my EM-5? Please help me out - what do I really need to get this hybrid thing going?