I just recently added the Olympus OMD E-M5 to my stable of cameras, and plan on doing a review of it soon. I realize that this isn’t a new camera (particularly by the standards set by the speed of modern technology) but I’ll still throw my two cents in on the camera and my impressions with it.
For now, here is one image I shot with the OMD and the (so far, very impressive) Panasonic-Leica 25mm f/1.4 Summilux lens that I have been using with it most of the time. For a small sensor, the OMD has good resolution, performance at higher sensitivities, and dynamic range. The handling of the camera has been pretty darn impressive so far as well–both in ergonomics and in the layout of the buttons and dials. It’s a well thought-out piece of equipment, and it shows when you use it.
I have been really impressed with the camera, but I’ll go more in depth on it when I have more time to write, but also have had more time to spend with the camera.