Just joing the group :-)
I just bought a used Olympus E-M1-mk1, and should have it within a week.
This is a smaller and lighter alternative to my DX D7200 + 18-140 lens.
My "tweener" camera, for when I want more quality than my P&S, and don't want the weight and bulk of the DX or FX dslr.
Next step is the lens.
I am planning on getting the Panasonic 12-60 f/3.5-5.6 as a small GP lens, to keep the kit small and light. It was a toss up between the 12-60 and the smaller 14-45 lens. But the slightly wider 12mm on the wide end, and the slightly longer focal length won out.
Next I am thinking of either the 20 or 25 f/1.8, as my fast standard lens, for low light. I am leaning to the 20.
After this, I will try to figure out if I want a wider or longer lens.
Is the 12-60 long enough for general travel or should I get the 40-150 as a 2nd lens for when I want more reach?
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