The Olympus OMD-D E-M5 really shines with the new Olympus Zuiko 75mm f/1.8 ED. The lens is already quite sharp wide open (though a bit low in contrast), but stopped down even a little it becomes razor sharp.
One thing possible on Micro Four Thirds cameras is increased depth of field at the same aperture. Hence f/5.6 was sufficient for quite substantial depth of field in the aspens image below, whereas a full-frame DSLR would have required f/11.
I’ll be showing a number of examples and some aperture series in my Guide to ALLVIEW when I return from my trip.
Color balance might be off somewhat in this image, can’t tell much out in the field with too much ambient light on the MacBook Pro Retina.