Originally Posted by raid
The 25/1.4 made me consider my E-P2 or E-PL1 as an alternative choice for travel. It makes things overall easier for me. Having AF and IS together is a big plus in travel photography when you sometimes have little time for focusing.
Thanks for your input.
Nice lens to put on it! I like the flagship models, even if older, just because of the attention to detail and controls.
I bought my son a pristine in box E-P1 kit for only $45 last year! He's moved to a new Sony mirrorless now because of video performance... so while he still loves the E-P1 with my awesome Jupiter-8 for the overall feeling (and people always ask him if it's a film camera!)... I'm kind of thinking if my E-P1 ever gives out, I'll take his body.
If AF is important, I think you have to move up to an E-P3 to get that huge jump in AF performance... worth considering I suppose. The new M43 cameras have really impressive AF IMO.