Worth getting micro four thirds lenses?

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Boone4911 New Member • Posts: 20
Worth getting micro four thirds lenses?

I love taking pictures of everything and anything and have gotten even more involved since my retirement in 2016. I'm not a professional but strive to get the best pictures possible for my own enjoyment. I haven't been using my four thirds camera in over a year now and have only been using my OMD-EM1ii. I've been using my four thirds lenses with an adapter on the EM1 and have been wondering if it would make sense to replace my current lenses with micro four thirds lenses. I'm not very familiar with the micro lens line-up. My current lenses are ....

50-200mm 2.8-3.5

14-54mm 2.8-3.5 ii

9-18mm 4-5.6

50mm 2.0

35-100mm 2.0

I have gotten many great pictures with these lenses on the OMD but my success rate has been dwindling as I don't seem to be as steady as I was a few years ago. I had been thinking about the 40-150mm 2.8 pro lens but have been reading a lot of good reports about the 12-100mm F4 pro lens with image stabilization.

Do I keep what I have or are there suggestions for replacing my current lens line-up? I don't shoot low light too often other than indoor sporting and other school events of the grandkids but lenses that offer great bokeh would be a higher priority.

Thanks in advance!

 Boone4911's gear list:Boone4911's gear list
Olympus E-30 Olympus E-M1 II Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 50mm 1:2.0 Macro Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 9-18mm 1:4.0-5.6 Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-54mm 1:2.8-3.5 II +6 more
Olympus E-M1
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