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I was referring to the lenses. As I said previously, I personally wouldn't put too much emphasis on the DxO scores. I've seen a pro photojournalist (friend of mine) take better pics with his iPhone than I did with my 650D, and (thanks to his tutelage) I've taken better pics with my 650D than other so-called professionals with full frame cameras and "L" lenses.
In my experience, it's less about the camera and more about the person using it - Mark
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I would take the E-M10 with kit lens and the 40-150. Then you would have the same as what you have now. The 40-150 is cheap and good, it's no use buying an adaptor.
Olympus E-M5, 9-18, 12-50, 25 f1.8, 45 f1.8, 12-60, 40-150, 70-300
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