Hi Everyone! First time caller here but long time listener! I have what I believe is a problem with the image stabilization on the EM-5ii. Quick summary, IS is set to be turned on with half press of shutter. When using this feature on the camera I have noticed that there is quite a rattle inside the camera if there is any movement at all. It is noticeable when using any lens. It is really noticeable if using a zoom lens and increases with the increase in zoom. I also would say that there appears to be considerable shake on the displayed image as well. I have tried every combo of file size saving settings, IS settings, multiple resets, different batteries, and every setting that I could thing of that could effect it. I did send the camera to Oly for repair under warranty (New Jersey I think). It appears that the only thing they did was clean it and update the software. I am nearly 90% sure that there was nothing of this issue for the first few months of "playing" with this camera when it was purchased. I almost think that it was not there the first day back from repair and noticed it at the end of a two battery day of images and videos. Coupled with a camera that feels like a marble is bouncing around inside too, I now have zero faith in it. The amount of movement inside the camera is like there is a very big screw loose. You can actually hear the noise when the IS is "functioning". Considering the shake, I was using the camera in an aircraft filming another aircraft through the window...the amount of shake seems ridiculous. There are also large and rather sharp shifts in the recorded image, not soft transitions but large jumps...no turbulence that day too. Nothing like any of the movies Oly made in the advertisements! Any thoughts on this? Unfortunately, I'm in the Middle East (Dubai) and finding a display model is not an option to compare it too. I haven't even seen Olympus here in quite a while and the Olympus store closed down some time ago. Thanks for any insight!