Learn to take a decent picture.
Mister H: I found the default playback settings to be a little strange, but you can configure tha Mini (like I have) to zoom in and out of an image with the wheel and flick between images using left and right on the four-way. Now it's set up just like my E-3. I've found the level of customisation available to be absolutely staggering (and welcome). Apart from the inability to see the screen in VERY bright sunshine (I need to save up for a VF-2) I can't fault the E-PM1 so far!
Could you please explain how you changed that setting? Where do you find it in the menu? I can't find it anywhere. Thanks.
I seem to be agreeing with most of these observations. I have been pixel peeping for hours trying to decide which lens might best suit my needs. IMHO if your usage will consist mostly of portraiture the 25mm is clearly the better choice. If you lean mostly toward shoot from the hip style street stuff the 20mm would be an excellent choice. And then of course there are the differences in size and price to be considered.The times are getting very interesting for those of us who are interested in MFT cameras. I can’t wait to see what new delights Oly reveals on June 30th. Oh, how I love more choices.I want to thank DPR for the excellent real world comparison of these 2 fine lenses. Keep up the great work.