Loving the IQ of my recently acquired GX80, still coming to grips with some of the features, keep forgetting the 4K ability in circumstances where it would be useful. A bit unsure of the ergonomics, the controls fall nicely to hand, but it does feel a bit of a brick! It's also the first camera I've had that feels more like a piece of electronic rather than photographic equipment. But all in all I'm so happy with the results it produces I'll get to live with the rest.
A few recent examples
I know this may be an extreme thing to say, but my new (to me) 15mm PanaLeica lens....may be on its way to becoming my favorite micro 4/3 piece of glass of all time. It will stay on my GX8 for the foreseeable future.
This shot was taken at night in the neighboring city of Medford, Oregon, at slightly higher ISO's -
And a minor note of interest for fellow mu-43 photographers: my 15mm lens is actually an anomaly - it's DJI branded but is functionally and optically and mechanically (and as far as I can tell, in every other way) identical to the same Leica-branded twins. DJI is among the world's leading manufacturers of UAV's, aka Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, aka drones - and a year or two ago they entered into a global strategic alliance with Leitz geosystems....hence the appearance, a little later, of the rebranded PanaLeica 15mm on a DJI mu-43 aerial/drone/camera-body. The DJI & PanaLeica's sell for approx the same at new retail pricing, but lightly used ones occasionally appear at prices significantly lower than their PanaLeica twins, for all you bargain-hunters out there.
A quick candid iPhone shot of my new (to me) GX8, wearing its (fake leather) Panasonic half-case, with the DJI-branded clone of the PanaLeica 15mm affixed in semi-permanent (so it seems) residence. Though it's larger than my old GX7, it feels compact in the hand, which surprises me still.