The latest version of Underwater Photography Magazine features a review of the Olympus OM-D EM-5 housing by Phil Rudin, and the cover shot for the mag is his Jawfish taken with the EM-5 at Blue Heron Bridge.
Quote from the article:
Of all the digital cameras I have used the E-M5/NA-EM5 combination has by far been the easiest for me to warm up to. It has features that make it an excellent choice for all but the most demanding of underwater photographers. Image quality is in a word outstanding, on par with the very best APS-C sensor cameras and quite acceptable for both large prints or full page publication. As a travel system this camera and housing will be hard to beat. I am able to fit two camera bodies, four to six lenses and gears, the Nauticam NA-EM5 housing, three ports and three or four strobes all into my carry-on bags along with extra batteries and chargers. The file sizes are quite manageable with my current laptop and storage device and the images look great in the new Lightroom 4.
Check out the full article in the latest edition, here.