I've been a the micro four third fan since the original PEN EP-1. I've had that camera since 2009. Four years and counting. It was revolutionary in the way it changed my photography. People will deride the camera as slow focusing but I don't care. The best camera is the one that you have with you and I've taken that camera with me on various overseas trips. I love the portability factor over my Canon Rebel dSLR.
I've used it mostly with the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 along with a host of manual lenses from Pentax M42, Leica M-Mount, OM, Canon FD, and even the small Pentax 110 mounts.
With a Pentax 110 mount
The PEN looks stylish with a leather strap and 1/2 case (not pictured).
The 20mm Panasonic is a great piece of optics.
I wished Olympus stuck with the rangefinder style and made a camera similar to the FUJU x100. The OM-D looks to much like a 70's SLR to me with the triangle viewfinder hump.
It is funny that the new "OM-D" looks like the my old OM-1 camera (that I have in storage somewhere). Here are some beauty shots with my digital PEN. I look forward to re-doing a beauty shot with my new OM-D, PEN and OM-1.
Some photographs taken with a "low-end" micro four third camera. Using manual focus and a Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4 Leica M-Mount lens.