Hi all, My very beloved EM-5 camera is acting very strange. I noticed there is a cracked LCD, but reading from the forum it should not be a big issue as most EM-5s work fine regardless of a broken LCD. Mine does not, unfortunately. If I turn the camera on and immediately put my eye in front of the EVF, I can use it to take pictures. But note that the green focus box always resets to the smallest setting. When I remove my eye, the camera starts autofocussing rapidly and, more often the not, the camera "hangs". Placing my eye in front of the EVF, does not help at that point. Even after turning it off, it will continue to autofocus. I have to remove the battery and restart the process. I also want to point out that before the screen cracked I sometimes had problems getting a life view (EVF or LCD) and had to put the lens in a couple of times to get it to work. Does anyone of you have had similar experiences with Olympus cameras? Would this be resolved by replacing the LCD? In other words, could it be the broken LCD that causes the camera to act weird? Or, is there more significant damage to the camera? Sending it to Portugal for inspection costs 100euro and that is just so they can tell me what is wrong with it and it could then cost a small fortune to repair it. The risk is too big. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated! thanks!