Looking for some insight on proper settings using the E-M1 in a somewhat fast moving setup. Coming from an a7rII with decent AF-C performance (dancing little green boxes following subject), I admittedly struggled a bit. I don't shoot action or fast moving a lot, opting to shoot in S-AF all the time with the E-M1, while just for performance reasons I shot in AF-C with the a7rII. Heres the situation. Daughters on one of those slower toddler carnival rides that goes around in circles. Had the E-M1, the 12-40 2.8. Had it at f/2.8, SS ranged from 1/1250 to 1/3200 so motion blur wasn't involved, ISO 200. Tried C-AF as well as S-AF. Center point AF. Tried continuous high, continuous low, and just pressing the shutter repeatedly in single shot. Obviously if the initial shot hit, the subsequent ones would more than likely hit. Ended up with probably 30% useable files. Is that what I can expect from the E-M1? Maybe I'm just used to seeing the tracking boxes on the Sony cameras I had previously (a6000/a7rII) and it followed movement better. Im almost used to having zone area for AF like on Nikon and some of the Fujis as well where I can set a 3x3 or 6x6 AF zone, I don't see that option in the E-M1, just single AF point or all, is there a way to set it like zone/area AF? Is there something I can do and set it for better results or am I asking for too much?