Should I just buy a new camera? Upgrade to full frame and something with less noise at higher iso? Did a shoot yesterday, lighting kinda sucked, was shooting wide open with the Oly 45 1.8, set the focus and spot metered off that. On the LCD it looked fine, but of course the low resolution was misleading. Even with a tripod her face ended up out of focus. Maybe she was just too far away and the AF isn't that accurate? It could have been the rain in front of her face? Or maybe the lens was dirty. Also there was lots of visible noise above 200iso, so I shot at that or below for most of it, which meant really slow shutter speeds. Even with a tripod it wasn't ideal. Again, looked fine on the LCD but looks can be deceiving. I'll post up some shots to demonstrate it. I wanted to get a gh3 because I liked the compactness of the micro 4/3s system and I already have lenses, plus it's weather sealed, which is horribly important. But if it doesn't function well in low light, it might as well be useless. Honestly I don't know what was the deal with the AF, put the little box right on her face and it "focused" pretty quick. I know shooting wide open reduces depth of field but with those lighting situations I basically had no other choice with visible noise on the low resolution LCD and viewfinder at 320iso. Anyway, any help would be appreciate. I'll post pics when I get home, both good and bad. Also I know flash would help, but I only have one hotshoe and I'd rather use a viewfinder, so the next camera will have one built in. Gh3 would be cool for wireless strobes but I'd have to figure out how to use them correctly. Faster lens would be amazing, can't wait for the 42.5 1.2. Just too bad it doesn't come with ois.