Went out handheld night shooting again. Man, I LOVE the IS in the E-M5. With Oly 12/2: I'm not usually one for built in camera 'art filters' or shooting JPEG, but the ones on the E-M5 are actually pretty good. I was trying them out a bit tonight so I could talk about them in my upcoming review, and I was shocked that I really liked the soft focus art filter for night shots. Here's an example: And an example with the 'grainy B&W setting': These two are with the Leica 25/1.4. The first shot really shows what the right camera can let you do. I had to shoot with the camera over my head to get the perspective I needed, as the statue begins about 8 feet above the ground (on a pedestal), so I had to use the tilt screen down to frame the shot. Then, the IS allowed me to only us ISO 800 for the shot. This is ISO 800, f/1.4, 1/6sec! I used Lightroom's white balance brush capability to change the WB of the statue (that was lit by high pressure sodium lamps), but leave the WB on the statehouse as is.