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Lower EVF mag. much better for eye-glass wearers.

E-M1:2...EVF mag 0.74x
PEN-F.....EVF mag 0.62x

I wear glasses as you probably gathered, the PEN-F's EVF is a dream, I can actually see all of the image. It's smaller and seems further away.

All the E-M's I've had have been dreadful by comparison, the image is too big and seems nearer to my eye.

So more isn't necessarily better, for some anyway.

https://www.neocamera.com/article/evf_sizes
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