I found this old thread from a couple years ago: Photographing the Northern Lights and I have the exact same question. Unfortuantely, I didn't see much info in the original thread. I thought rather than bring that one back from the dead I'd start a new one since it's been a couple years and gear has changed some since then. I'm going to Alaska at the end of the summer and there's a good chance we'll get to see the Northern Lights, so of course I want to get the best photos I can. I've got a pretty wide assortment of lenses, and a G3 + GF2 to work with, but I'm not sure what to use or what kind of settings would work best. The only info I can find on the web is focused on film or DSLR tech (only some of which is applicable). Anyone have any experience with Micro Four Thirds gear for this purpose? Tips, tricks, suggestions?