Hey guys! So I purchased my GH3 back in Oct. primarily for video use. However it is also being used as my everyday camera. What I find myself doing quite a bit is shooting wildlife. Since I do not have the cash to get a full frame system (sort of waiting for Sony to get the bugs out of there A7 line) I need to make what I have work the best I can. Currently I have a few Olympus lenses for it. M. Zuiko 17mm f1.8, 25mm f1.8 and the 45mm f1.8... (I want the 75mm) So this set up great for video because I have tack sharp lenses that are typically used on a tripod or my heavy shoulder rig. However, shooting handheld with no image stabilization means the images aren't quite there. I also don't have the reach I need for those distance shots. Should I use Panasonic telephoto lenses, purchase an adapter for full frame lenses and carry my monopod for stability? (I have some Nikkor AIS primes) What would you guys do? So here are three different images I took a couple days ago. For the turtle the camera was supported by the road, the moose was handheld, and the coyote image was partially supported with a tree. All three images are jpeg straight from the camera. The moose and coyote are cropped.