I love that bag. Surprisingly enough, I often go out with my DF and a similar 4 lens kit, usually a 24, 35, 58 and a 75-150 f3.5, which covers both your 45 and 75. Sometimes I'd take a 20 and 28 instead of 24 and 35, or maybe a 105 or 135 instead of the zoom - just depends on my mood. It's a small bag, but it holds a surprising amount. These are mostly manual focus lenses, but there are AF lenses that would fit just as well at the wide-neutral focal lengths. I have a cloth and leather Ona but like the cloth bag more - it's lighter and the sides are less bulky enough that it holds more or holds it more easily...
I've obviously never used it but I don't understand the complaining over no 4k video? Makes no sense to me.
IMHO, that's like complaining that a Leica or X100 doesn't have 4K.
If you want 4K, get an OM-D body.
I don't have 4K eyeballs...
I don't know. To me, this camera is a little roadster. It has quirks, and can't do everything other cameras can do, but it's tons of fun to use it for what it can do. And that's why I wanted it around.
And it was love at first sight. I mean, come on, a Pen with an integrated viewfinder? Drool City! So I went for it, paid the early adopter taxes, and so far, so good.
Be sure to bring a stop watch. If the worst should happen, this will be a rare opportunity to determine the terminal velocity of Pen F.I have one of these on its way to me. I thought I'd rent it and check it out on my upcoming mountain hiking trip (yep, I purchased the optional insurance).