Nikons D7000, D5100 and no more Micro Four Thirds.

Leica M8, M9, Voigtlander 28mm f/2 Ultron, 75mm f/2.5 Heliar, Zeiss 50mm f/2 T* Planar, Nikon D7000, D5100, 10-24mm, 16-85mm, 35mm f/1.8, 55-300mm, 50mm f/1.2 MF.

So the transition is complete. Yesterday I sold my the last of my m4/3 cameras and lenses plus the Fuji X100 on ebay. Its optical viewfinders all the way now.

I have my four cameras, as this is my superstition, after having two cameras out of action on a trip to France and the 3rd. one I was left with struggling with a winder problem.

Its two Leicas and two Nikons with lots of shared lenses. I'm happy with the image quality from all of them. I'm happy with the handling of the Nikons especially. They are certainly very fast, very efficient and a delight to use.

I would have liked them to be lighter, but anything lighter will have an EVF, and I would rather have to carry a bit of extra weight if it cuts down on the migraine problem.

The D5100 + 16-85mm lens is however a pretty light outfit and should prove ideal for long distance work.

So enough testing, enough buying and selling. All I need now is some sunshine to start using all of this to take some pictures with.