Okay I realize that the whole point of a camera like the E-M10 is that is is an ILC but hear me out. For a while now I have though it would be and to have a Fuji X100. Of course it has a lens that is a good deal wider than I generally like and no floppy screen. it ma seem like an abomination to some folks but after years of shooting a NEX 5n I have become quite fond of flip screens. I recently got an Olympus E-M10 as a gift and decided to try an experiment, I picked up a Panasonic 20/1.7 to go with it and decided to use it like I would a fixed lens camera like the X100. I don't see myself investing in m43 lenses so it seems like a good fit. lawn slacker by kevin dixey, on Flickr Overall I am pretty happy with it. The combo is small, responsive, has a flip screen has a FL that I like quite a bit. If I had bought everything new it would have been a bit cheaper than a new X100S/T. Used it was still less although I could have problem picked up an original X100 for close to the same amount. The image quality is decent (although not great) but I am still learning to get the best out of the camera so I'm reasonably certain I can improve on that. So one argument against is that is I wanted an X100 should I just get one because no matter what I do it will always NOT be an X100 and I will probably get one anyway. Well, I can't say that I ever wanted an X100 specifically. I find them interesting and they produce great results but what I wanted was a lot more generalized than that and for me this combo is a nice fit. I suppose it could have been satisfied with any number of cameras (like the Fuji X-T1) but I do have a special fondness for the Panasonic 20 so in a way that is what makes this work for me. I'm looking forward to coming up with a process for getting BW images from this kit that I like.