Shadowfixer1 wrote: Four thirds cameras haven't been made for quite a while so I wouldn't go that route. Not surprising you couldn't find much about them. I think you have 2 choices. Keep your lenses and get an E-M1 MK II and use them with an adapter. The E-M1's have PDAF which will focus your lenses. The better choice would be to sell your lenses and get a newer m43 body along with m43 compatible lenses. This is the better way to go. I suggest against trying build a system around old outdated technology. Your asking about sports and trying to use old 4/3 technology just doesn't work very well for that. The best sports camera for m43 is the E-M1X but that thing cost a ton. Good luck in your decision but I would abandon the old 4/3 line as it's getting long in the tooth. I use Olympus so this advice is from somebody that uses the system and not someone who never has and is only guessing.
Shadowfixer1 wrote: You can always go the cheap route of buying a used E-M1 MK1 which is about 450 at KEH for excellent+ grade which will look brand new. Add a 4/3 to n43 adapter to it and it will autofocus the lenses you have. No need to go with an old body. The reason people say not to invest in old technology is the image quality and performance lags behind the newer stuff. Autofocus and image quality have come a long way. One more thing, there isn't a 75-300 Olympus Pro Lens. There is the 300 f-4.0 prime and the 40-150 f-2.8 zoom. Even if you decide you're not interested in photography, you could sell it and only be out very few dollars. That's what I would do, but to each his own.
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