I'm repeating my personal stability tests because last time was a hand held non-m43 camera with std zoom. This time will be an EM5, P20, O45, hand held and with monopod. Constructive criticism requested. The purpose is to find the approximate speeds where I should transition technique and settings. Obviously, any such testing includes many variables. That's why I'm looking for approximate shutter speeds as starting points for real world use. When using my most stable hand held technique, the usual settings transitions are from single shot, to adding 2 sec delay, then to slow burst. Once I know my slowest effective hand held speeds for setting, I'll then test 2 monopod techniques, each with 2 sec delay and slow burst. That will be 7 tests. First I'll find approximate lowest useful speeds for each test by AE bracketing without Auto ISO, 7 shot +/- .5 EV. Next will be to shoot enough to determine which speeds are almost always useful. Target will be flat, glossy printed heavy stock with a variety of font and line sizes and orientations. If I'm getting consistent marginal results with blur in one direction when using the monopod, I'll try changing from Auto IS to Horiz or Vert.