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ive shot a while with the ep1 (slower AF then the epl1), ive owned a a epl1 for a couple of weeks and i didnt notice AF being much slower then say a canon 7d with a cheaper lens.
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How is the built-in flash? That would be another concern of mine, although the sensor should be letting in more light.
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You're right about the m43/APS-C sensors' light sensitivity. Pair it with a fast lens (f2 or lower) and you won't need a flash in dim indoor settings.

The problem then becomes adjusting the WB correctly as most of the time, the dim indoor lights are candle/incandescent light. Sometimes I still have trouble adjusting the WB for those shots.
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^You shoot RAW and leave the WB on auto. Adjust later in PS or LR.
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