After several months of minimal shooting because of back issues, I decided that I would make an effort to relearn my six year old O-MD E-M5 (m4/3). That little, lightweight, camera is not a problem for me to carry around and I have a few small lenses for it. (I'm still considering getting a successor to the aging Oly camera body, but I haven't made a decision yet. I'm waiting to see what mirrorless Nikon might offer, although I don't think it will be lightweight like m4/3.) Anyway, I have shot so little with the Oly, that I have had to relearn a lot of the features. It has been fun. I still love this little camera, so a replacement might not even need to be in the immediate future. These aren't works of art, but capture moments that are special to me. I think that my mentality was that if I couldn't shoot with full frame DSLR that the photos weren't worth taking. Then I looked back at some of my old m4/3 photos, saw how much I loved reliving the memories, and realized that my thinking was very flawed. A lot of these were taken with a $100 lens. But I love them, in spite of any imperfections. My 7 year old granddaughter took this one of her mom.