E-P1 with kit lenses for National Parks?

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E-P1 with kit lenses for National Parks?

Just how practical is an E-P1 with kit lenses (14-42 and 40-150) for good shooting(and good results) in National Parks? Specific trip is to include: Y-Stone, Glacier, and Banff, Canada. I do have a DSLR with 3 lenses spanning 17-280mm. But, if I could travel lighter (MFT gear), that might make the trip a lot more fun.

What might be the shotcomings of MFT gear? Or maybe there really are no significant shortcomings? That would be good to hear.

I'm very new to this MFT gear. About one week now. But, for what little I have "played" with it lately, I am liking the results that I"m getting. And I'm really not seeing any results in anyway inferior to my DSLR results. Yet, my "playing" has been under good daylight only.
Doubt I'll likely take this Nat'l Park trip again. So I do want good shots.
Thanks for your comments.

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