Hi All. This weekend I will be going to a Ski Jumping tournament. Sports action is so far away from how I normally shoot I thought I'd ask for some opinions and advice from this vast pool of knowledge. I'll have an E-M5 and the 12-50 if it's snowing hard and will be worried about getting the camera wet. Then obviously I will be limited. But if it's not snowing, I have some flexibility. I'll have a 14-140 and may try some video. But stills is what i'm most interested in. So I think a 100-300 should come in handy as well depending on how close I can get. Usually I'm a S-AF kinda guy but am wondering is C-AF might be better for the situation. These guys will be flying down the jump at 55 mph. I'm usually not a spray and pray guy, but am wondering about maybe doing some burst shooting to capture the moment. I'll definitely move around a lot to get some unique vantage points and different kinds of shots. There's only so many shots of guys flying through the air or sticking a landing that anyone needs. Here's what the jump looks like..... Pine Mountain Ski Jump I'd appreciate any tips or tricks you suggest. Maybe even a custom setting for fast action that I can go to for the jumping part and then just back to a more normal aperture priority mode for crowd shots. I'm all ears.