For HDR on the E-M10 (mark I), I want 5 shots, with 1 f-stop between each (i.e. -2, -1, 0, +1, +2). I find that this covers most contingencies (you can throw away any shots that aren't necessary). To implement this, it's easy enough to set the AE bracket settings. Then you have to press the shutter 5 times to take the 5 shots. Here's my problem/question: if you use continuous shooting (i.e. hold the shutter down and you take a burst of shots as long as you hold), you can quickly take the 5 shots. BUT, the camera is really stupid and will not stop when it reaches the 5 bracketed shots; it will start another bracketed sequence. It is essentially impossible to time your shutter press to stop at exactly the end of a sequence. [edit: this is incorrect - see my posting below from 5/20; the camera does stop at the end of the bracket] I say this is stupid because I recently bought a Canon 80D DSLR and it has a similar capability, but if you use continuous shooting (hold the shutter button down), the camera will STOP at the end of the bracket sequence, even if you hold the shutter button down beyond the end of the sequence of shots. This is pretty obviously MUCH better. I am wondering if Olympus might fix such a problem with a firmware update, perhaps (or maybe allow 1-stop increments on the built-in HDR function itself so I wouldn't have to roll my own like this). Or perhaps someone has a solution. I do know how to set an automated sequence (press the shutter button once and get all 5 shots taken automatically) and have been using it - set up a Custom self-timer and set it to the same number of shots (5) as the bracketing. This works very well, but the shortest time between shots is .5 seconds, which is actually kind of slow in actual usage outside. Simply holding the shutter down for a burst would be better, if it would just stop at the end of the sequnce!