Hi All, I've just been going through the menus on my E-M10 trying to figure out why IS doesn't seem to do anything much. I tend to leave the camera in Sequential Low Speed (Shooting Menu 2, Sequential Mode - Sequential L) as one of my stock go-to settings, so 90% of this time it's set this way. It seems by default that the IS is switched off when in sequential mode (Menu Settings C Sequential + IS Off - On), I don't remember ever changing this setting. Changing it from On to Off enables IS in sequential and so far seems to have a very positive effect on the images at low shutter speed. The sample shots below were shot indoors in low light ISO3200, 1/13s with the Olympus M.Zuiko 14-150 @150mm to make things difficult. Sequential + IS Off - On Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Sequential + IS Off - Off Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) This seems like a very odd setting to have by default; has anyone else noticed this setting and if it is indeed the default, any ideas why it is set that way?