In March, I had the opportunity to travel to Yale University for a workshop. I didn't want to bring a lot of gear with me, so I brought this camera, my Nikon 1J1, and a Yashica A TLR. The Oly distinguished itself by taking excellent exposures in all situations, and when I felt I should override the meter and shoot manually, it was never a problem. The camera isn't large, but it's also not so tiny as a Rollei 35,or an Olympus XA. The 42mm focal length is just fine, and the largest aperture of f/2.8 is not limiting for the kind of photography I do. The top-mounted shutter speed dial is also well-placed. In short, a well-designed, fairly simple camera that does the job. I'm going to have to remember to keep this camera in my backpack for everyday use.
Some color shots from expired Agfa 200 film:
Some shots from a roll of Kodak Tri-X