Finally, here is the last part of this little series.
For the last 4 photos, these are all from my Olympus E-M10. The only digital camera I brought with me on this trip. There's really not much to say here other than, I love my Olympus and I always will. There's a certain feeling that shooting film will give me, and I love the OM-D series from Olympus mainly because of how familiar it is coming from shooting film. One argument I hear all the time, is that FujiFilm is the best digital system when it comes to shooting film. It's not that I don't disagree with these people. It's just that Olympus offers so much more to me. In glass, in size, in autofocus, in video, and dont even get me started on its image stabilization! FujiFilm is good at making a new camera feel like the old, but that's just it. If I want a camera to feel and act like a film camera, I might as well just shoot with my film cameras. However, with Olympus it gives me the nice touch of shooting in the modern age with the familiar feel and size of a 35mm camera.