Is there any way to configure the Panasonic DMC-G5 so that bracket shots are automatically taken in rapid succession with a single press of the shutter button, like they do in my old point & shoot DMC-FZ50? I like the broad range of bracket options, but they all seem to require one shutter button press per image. This seems like a poor design for a number of reasons. Each button press risks shaking the camera a bit (when not using a remote), causing spatial misregistration. Manual image sets will never be collected more quickly than automatic sets (I can't shoot every 167ms without inducing lots of jitter - the G5 can), inducing both spatial and temporal misregistration. If I'm trying to pay attention to my surroundings and my camera, remembering whether I've taken 6 or 7 shots from a bracket set (and therefore whether I'm starting a new bracket set with my next picture or not) can be challenging. Plus, if you're not paying close attention to the camera (settings and previews are easy to miss in bright sunlight), you may find yourself shooting over- and under-exposed pictures for awhile before realizing. I'm sure there are situations where manual control of the timing of each photo in a bracket set is preferable, but it seems like it'd be a very small minority of situations. In most cases, I would think that getting the entire set collected as quickly as possible in the most stable manner possible would be strongly preferred.