A storm was rolling in just as the sun had set and the moon rising. I grabbed my OM-D and quickly snapped a bunch of pics. At first I didn't pay attention to settings, and I'd left the ISO at 200. Here was my first capture: E-M5    LUMIX G VARIO 14-45/F3.5-5.6    25mm    f/4.9    1/4s    ISO 200 As I heard the shutter fire my immediate reaction was: uh-oh. 1/4 second, standing on a slowly heaving boat, FL=14mm. But the IBIS on the OM-D is just so . . . amazing! Here's a 100+% crop of the ridge-edge of the image: E-M5    LUMIX G VARIO 14-45/F3.5-5.6    25mm    f/4.9    1/4s    ISO 200 Unbelievable. Tack-sharp from edge to edge at 1/4 second! Later, as the clouds rolled in heavier I switched on auto-ISO. Ten minutes later I took this picture: E-M5    LUMIX G VARIO 14-45/F3.5-5.6    18mm    f/4.0    1/40s    ISO 3200 Now I'm at 1/80 seconds, which is good, but ISO 3200! Nonetheless the picture is great: fabulous DR, rich colors, wonderful. I continue to be amazed at just how much better this camera is than my previous m43 gear. It may be a bit too heavy for my tastes, the buttons a little too small, the grip a little lacking . . . but dang it takes great pictures.