so far. Been playing with the photographyblog RAW files in Iridient (somewhat workable, easier to deal for now in B&W) and RAW digger, and I must say, I see the "crisp" or close to- that I was seeing with Nikon 1/ Fuji which also lack an AA filter.
A lot is said around about Olympus not using an AA filter in several of their cameras (OMD EM1, EM5MKII, PenF) but quite frankly I have yet to see that aspect of lacking an AA filter that shines in those files. Definitively the EM5 MKII does seem to have one.
The PenF is perhaps the one that makes me think maybe it doesn't really have one and what I find interesting too is that Olympus does not list anywhere in their specifications that any of their m43rds line lacks an AA Filter. Why? I say because they still have one, and it's what it seems like.
(if anyone has a link to an official Olympus website specifications page- not a rumors or interview or what nots- Official Olympus specs page, I welcome it with open arms).
The GX80 shows a bit of a difference here, and I am glad to see Panasonic seems to have kept up on that, because I do think it improves the "presence" if you will, at least for B&W.
Anyhow, these are all great cameras, I just prefer no AA where possible, glad to see Panasonic stepped on that plate.
And I believe since no GM line successor is coming, I may very well go that way. When I bought the GM5 I was expecting a GM7 announcement in 6 months with the new sensor. That didn't happen, but looks like the GX80 is fairly small and does a lot of what I want it to do.