So I just picked up the MCON-P01 Macro adapter, and noticed that my E-P3 has a special scene mode for it. Great! But, what exactly does the scene mode do? Now, on a previous camera (different brand), there was a macro mode that told the camera to search for focus in the close range, rather than further away. And that was useful. But is the E-P3 really doing something different with the focus algorithm? In fact, there's a scene mode for each of the 3 Olympus adapters: the wide angle, the fish eye, and the macro. What are these modes doing? Is it something that I can't adjust for myself when using one of the PASM modes? What's the penalty for not using the appropriate scene mode, what features am I missing? I'm actually rather annoyed with the user manual on this aspect. There's a nice section that lists all the different scene modes, but nothing to document the actual effect of each one. Some of them are pretty obvious, they're just going to shift to faster exposures, or wider apertures, or something similar. But are there other settings or features on the camera that are only used for specific scene modes?