With that in mind, I'm going to be using my NEX-7 with a couple of primes for situations where I'm walking some distance. It has been a case of "so far, so good" and I'll be exploring a light zoom option for the Nikons next week.
Incidentally there's a nice article by Kirk Tick here on the virtues of the OM-D. After using it for a while, I'm not quite so smitten with the Olympus as I was, and in fact have it up for sale, but its a good read nonetheless.
On interesting reading there's a link from sonyalpharumors - http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/is-the-future-for-dslrslt-full-frame-only/ to a blog piece here and while I don't agree with much of whats suggested, its an interesting thought / opinion piece. Personally I'm in favour of as many formats as possible and have no doubt that APS-C is here to stay, but again see what you think.
As those of you who live here will know only too well, and those of you in other countries may have seen, the UK summer is on hold, and nature is doing its best to remove our drought problem. If another part of the world would like the jet stream, we're getting pretty fed up with it sitting on top of us and you are welcome to it!! Consequently, I'm getting out to shoot whenever I can and often that means I've only got a window of an hour or two every few days. Yes its that bad! Consequently I'm working locally mainly and any thoughts about a longer trip further away are out of the question. Still at least I get to see whether Bradley Wiggins will be the first Brit to win the Tour de France. The other riders seem to have found a way to deal with Mark Cavendish, which is to knock him off his bike at every opportunity!! Lets hope Wiggo doesn't suffer the same fate.
Just looked out of the window and its actually NOT raining. Who knows, I may even get out today.