The oft repeated adage that full frame is far superior to the MFT sensor has been going on and on here. I've been often recommending OLYMPUS to the newbies asking for a camera recommendation and it was time I had first hand experience. I decided to put this to the test. Olympus Canada graciously loaned me a EM5 II with the 12-40/f2.8 for a few weeks while I put the camera through its paces. I shot a dance pushing the ISO as high as 1250...it was pretty comparable to my D810 at 1600 and far far far superior to the 5DsR that I borrowed from Canon a few years back. While the image quality blows me away (and I'm not easy to impress), the handling leaves a little to be desired. The camera goes to sleep in 3s (I changed to settings to 30s) which is a far cry from my insta-on D810 and most DSLRs. The response time is much slower than a DSLR. Plus side...the IBIS is pure magic. The size of the camera is refreshing. I will be posting further images and updating this thread as I get more images.