I am thinking of upgrading from my µ4/3 camera to the NX20 . I currently have a Panasonic G1. For years I have loved using it. I mostly use adapted manual lenses with it, as i have many Minolta Rokkor and Canon FD lenses, and until this camera came I had no Digital cameras on which they could be used without a glassless adapter, save the 4/3 E-volts which were hard to manually focus.. I believe the Samsung NX20 is the best upgrade choice now, since it has a larger sensor and pretty much all the same features I have been use to. The built in VF with available hotshot and a fully articulating screen are things I don't think I can live without now.I really have nothing invested in the way of µ4/3 mount lenses. My hesitation in upgrading is that I have not found many things written from people that use the NX and almost nothing regarding using adapted lenses. I had considered the E-M5, but the NX 20 has the larger sensor, higher MP count, Better High ISO, a fully articulating screen, popup flash and pretty much the same form as my G1 plus it is a few hundred cheaper currently. Does anyone have any Opinions they wish to share with me that might help me make up my mind?