Although a Canon user for nearly 25 years, I changed to the Olympus Micro Four Thirds system in late 2018.  I certainly do not regret changing systems from a full frame camera and I have noticed no discernible loss of quality. 
I have found the lightness and smaller size of the Olympus system has invigorated my photography, and I have taken shots over the last couple of years that I would never have been able to on my old system heavy DSLR system.
Camera and Lenses
E-M1X Camera Body
E-M1 Mk II Camera Body
E-M1 Mk III Camera Body
300mm F4 Pro Lens
40-150mm f2.8 Pro Lens
2 x MC14 (1.4) Tele Converters
Olympus LS-P4 Hi-Audio Recorder
12-40mm F2.8 Pro Lens
60mm F2.8 Macro Lens
9-18mm F4.00-5.6mm Lens
Olympus 900FL Flashgun
Olympus STF-8 Macro Flash
MC 20 (2x) Tele Converter
Tripods and Camera Supports
Benro Mach3 Series Carbon Fibre Tripod + Benro B2+PU60 Magnesium Ball Head
Manfrotto O55X Carbon Fibre Tripod + Benro B1 + PU60 Magnesium Ball Head
Mike Lane Small bean Bag
Large `Car Use` Bean Bag.
Landscape Filters
Lee ND 0.3, 0.6, 0.9 Soft Edge Graduated Filters
Lee Big Stopper
Lee Circular Polarizing Filter
Kood 2 Stop ND Filter
Kood 4 Stop ND Filter
Watching Wildlife Dome Hide
Army Camouflage Netting
Original Jamie Wood Fensman Hide
Additional Equipment
Small LED torch for filling in shadows in macro photography.
Olympus Cable Release.
White Card Reflector.
Small Gorilla Pod for low level work.
Assorted small knitting needles and clamps for photographing plants in windy condition.
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