Thanks to my friends at Ubergizmo.com, I got to play with a nice camera for a few weeks: the Olympus OM-D EM-5 is a very capable “compact system camera” – meaning it tries to be as powerful as an SLR, but without the size and weight. In many ways, the EM-5 managed to wow me. Would I swap it out for my trusty Nikon D7000? Probably not. My review tells you why. Below, a few photos I took with the EM-5 in Monterey and San Francisco.

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