One of the things that amazes me about the E-M1 is its RAW shooting capability. When I did sports photography, I always shot RAW and the best I could do in a sequence before the buffer filled was around 12 shots, that's even with the E-5. The E-M1 on the other hand allows me to shoot at least 45 RAW shots before it starts to slow down and with a fast card, clears the buffer in no time. The latest firmware update makes the E-M1 even better in C-AF mode than before. If Olympus can improve on this further with future models, it would be a very good sports camera indeed, especially sports such as Aussie Rules where the action is fast, hectic and unpredictable. I really wish I'd had an E-M1 some years back.