Mine sits in a box, I'm not sure of it's relevance currently. It's untouched because of a Nex5 and an X100, not sure whether to hang onto it as a "relic" or find a new home for it. Unfortunately it's coolness it seems has simply been eclipsed.
I agree. I had an E-P2 for a while, and eventually sold it because I preferred the performance of my GF1. I like my GF1, but the Pen was good to hold and great to look at. It felt like a camera, a real camera.Great photos, Antonio - exactly what the thread needed . Nic, I agree with Antonio - you know how to present the E-P1!
I know that the E-P1 tech has been eclipsed, but I am continually drawn to the look and feel of that camera.