There has always been discussion how the smaller formats are not as good as FF (whatever FF is supposed to mean), being noisier etc., etc. ad nauseam. Anyhow, using the 50-200 SWD lens on the E-M1 late at night I got this shot of a mother Brushtail possum & her young on her back taken under basic small fluro & LED lighting. The shutter speed was as low as 1/6 second & the ISO 6400 (I have this as my upper Auto ISO limit). WB, cropping, resizing & sharpening for web display all done in OV3 (all EXIF is intact here). I know there are occasions that an image could 'look cleaner', but to me there can be too much pixel peeping at times too & I am glad to get an image at all for some occasions. I did take a flash shot as well, but prefer the available lighting instead. Also, another one with predominant light from the 7.5W LED bayonet light globe.