I've had my E-m10 for about three weeks now, only had the time to take it out four or five times since I've been busy and the weather has been generally crappy with lots of rain and haze. I've noticed a tendency for it to overexpose which I don't recall being mentioned in any of the reviews, which I sort of like but it seems to be happening on a lot of my shots forcing me to adjust by -1/3 or -2/3 a lot more than I thought I would have to. Maybe I'm used the underexposed look on the E-m5 or GF3 I've mostly been using the past two years but a lot of the images on the E-m10 come out lighter than what I expect. One thing that bothers me is that whites and lighter colors seem to get easily blown out or lose detail even in scenes that don't seem overly complicated metering wise. First example with the ground and roof of the shed washed out, looks almost like it was from an old faded photo: P9230032 by Nas Sfsf, on Flickr Another, it wasn't even that bright in that area from what I remember: P9230056 by Nas Sfsf, on Flickr Here's another one from a relatively "normal" looking scene but look at the edges of the guy's salmon shirt and shorts turning white. The light is coming in from the left side but it wasn't that bright or strong being an overcast day. P9290169 by Nas Sfsf, on Flickr I take a lot of similar type shots where the whites and lighter colors start to get blown out but I've never noticed it happening to this extent before. Any input, do you notice the same with your E-m10? Jpegs, evaluative metering, gradation normal. I've made sure that I haven't accidentally pressed the AEL button or knocked the front dial to overexpose. I sometimes take an additional second or two after half pressing the shutter button to level out and finish composing my shot, which is enough time for the light to change in the interval causing a wrongly exposed image. That did not happen in any of those samples.