While on a family vacation at Myrtle Beach, we witnessed a Loggerhead Sea Turtle laying her eggs about 50 yards from the beach house we're staying at. Normally, this only happens late at night, but we got very lucky and she was on shore as the sun was going down. The first few shots were at ISO 1600 and the one of the turtle going back into the ocean was taken at 1/10 sec, f/1.8, ISO 25600. I have never used the max ISO of the E-M5, but I was very glad to have it, because at this point, it was very dark and flash couldn't be used because it would distract/disturb the turtle. This is probably a once in a lifetime thing for us, so it was pretty awesome.