Taking a different approach to the thread on a rumoured Olympus FF, which I think is a silly idea (as really is medium format), I posed an idea that Olympus could diversify in a number of ways to increase the versatility and maybe desirability of m4/3s. So what could Olympus do to maximise on what they already have with m4/3 and do something different, yet complimentary? The first thing that comes to mind is a 4K video camera that takes full advantage of their existing technology of IBIS, lenses etc. I'm talking about a pure video camera similar the BMPCC and BMCC, but with full AF, exposure, etc. Take out all the still photography elements and make it simply a high quality video camera with a full 4/3 sensor and 4K capable. One version could be based on an E-P5 form-factor and the other perhaps on something like this, but with greater features (which I'm certain they could replicate and which would reflect existing high end video cameras) and that could complement their existing high end sound recorders : Secondly, maybe they could take a leaf out of the Leica manual and produce a pure B&W sensor body, but clearly at a price that is way less than what Leica charge. A pure B&W sensor would have advantages over B&W conversion and, provided in a compact body camera, could be the street/documentary photographer's delight. Any other ideas?