I know that Olympus cameras have never excelled in very high ISO situations, but I have been pleasantly surprised at how well the E-M1 (and supposedly the other E-M versions) actually performs. Last weekend I went bush with a group of friends and used the trip to learn more about the E-M1 and get better acquainted to its foibles etc. Having been a very long time Olympus digital user, I have to say the E-M1 is the best body that I've used so far, extremely versatile and everything readily at hand (a very short learning curve). Anyway, I just wanted to show a small example of how the E-M1 performed at night, shooting a 'street scene' around a campfire. The following shot was taken only with the light from the campfire at nearly 11:00pm, processed in Lightroom and then reduced in Photoshop with a couple of 100% crops. The shot was taken with the Olympus 14-35mm f2 lens at 14mm f2, ISO6400 and 1/2 sec handheld. First the full scene and then two obvious crops: I could never, ever, have taken such a shot with any previous 4/3 camera. How I wish I'd had the E-M1 when I was shooting late evening and night football, I would have absolutely been romping it in, despite the less than stellar C-AF.