We have a Panasonic GF1 since it first launched (back in 2009). We are now thinking of buying a new camera (for higher resolution for printing, and better specs) and since we do not wish to waste the two lens that we already have (1 kit lens and 1 zoom lens), we are planning to buy another Micro four-thirds camera.
We were quite pleased with our GF1 so are thinking of sticking with Panasonic (open to other brands too as long as the lens can be re-used). We are also trying to avoid clunky DSLRs so the smaller size of micro four-thirds cameras is still our preference.
We enjoy travelling and taking photos of landscapes and portraits (wife, 6yo son and myself). We upload our photos on our blogs and also print them out in photobooks, canvas etc.
In a nutshell,
What we like about GF1: small size, user friendly
What we don't like about GF1: number of megapixels too low, indoor photos not well taken, quality of photos seem to have degraded compared to what we taken initially when camera was new, AF often focus the wrong object (e.g. rock instead of face)
Recommendations and advices will be much appreciated!