I borrowed my E-M10 Mark II to a co-worker for his trip to Italy, and today at work he gave it back with a lot of questions - and I'm impressed, that a person so a-technical works in an electronics store. It was a very difficult talk, since I felt like my words are stones dropped to a well - there was an echo of understanding, but only an echo... he was told to use auto and P mode only (or mostly), and he shows me photos with ISO set to 400, f/22 and taken... late evening. With 1/5th of a second shutter speed.
And I am incredibly impressed, that all of them were sharp (!!! IBIS <3), but they weren't dead-sharp - diffraction ate the overall sharpness a lot.
Remember, try to avoid closing Your aperture further than f/11 with micro four thirds cameras :)
And my E-M10 didn't even make it home - I borrowed it to Misiek at SmokeGod (where the fridge got photographed), since he goes to our friend's concert tomorrow night and wants to shoot some photos there. Having two bodies is a nice thing, and knowing Olympus service quality, I'm not afraid to borrow the camera even to really reckless friends.
We've caught up with "Westworld" and went to sleep with Martyna after I came home. And I have mixed feelings about this season, but I'll wait till the season is over before judging it.