Hello everyone. I'm using micro four thirds from early 2014. I came from Canon APS and never uses it anymore now (without any regrets). I like the compactness of the system (my main camera is the E-M10) and the image quality I get. I've still have a lot of m43 gear I want to buy (addiction...), like the E-M1 mkII, and as it is quite expensive, I was wondering if it may me more interesting for me to buy another camera from a second system with a bigger sensor... (I would keep m43 as my principal system) The idea would be to buy a body + maybe 2 primes to have something still quite compact, but with an bigger dynamic range, ISO performance and higher depth of field control. My favourite focal length is 50 mm, and then 20 mm / 35 mm / 85 mm (all in 24x36 equivalence). What I'd like: - fast AF with focus points all over the image (and maybe face/eye recognition) - good MF assist - good image quality / dynamic range - fast aperture (better that what I can have in m43) I would use it mostly for portraits (85) / environmental portraits (35-50) / and a little landscapes (20 - 35). I made some quick research and wasn't fully convinced by what I found... Fuji have some nice lenses but except for the 56 f/1.2 which seems quite impressive, the gain in terms of depth-of-field (and dynamic range) will probably be marginal. Sony has impressive sensors but most of the lenses are huge (like the 35 mm f/1.4). The 55 f/1.8 seems reasonably compact (but I'd prefer 50 mm), and so is the 85 mm f/1.8 (seems similar to 42.5 f/1.2) Does anybody has any idea of what could make it? This has to be compared to the possibility would to buy one (or two) pro prime(s) for m43 (like 17 f/1.2 - 25 f/1.2 - 42.5 or 45 f/1.2).