Woo hoo - massive new Firmware upgrades coming in late November for the EM1 (V4) and EM5 MK II (V2). For the EM1, it adds : Focus Bracketing, Focus Stacking Mode 4 Colour Focus Peaking, Improved anti shock mode, Full electronic Shutter (up to 1/16,000 sec) from ISO LOW to 3200, Simulated OVF, 4K Time Lapse setting, Menu Position memory (at last) Movie image stabilization with 5-axis IS and digital IS (M-IS1 and M-IS2 supported) Support for 24p (23.98p)/25p Frame Rate Movie Info Display Movie Rec Start with Release Cable (RM-UC1) Support for Time Code Setting Generate Slate Tone Synchronized linear PCM Audio Rec with Movie Rec MF Clutch and Snapshot Focus Disable Support for Live Composite on OI. Share A number of the above are also added in the EM5 MK II V2 firmware except those features already included in the current release for that camera. All in all, a massive Firmware upgrade proving yet again that Olympus listens to it's customer base. For me the only thing I would have liked them to add (being greedy), is the facility to backup user settings to SD card and Movie improvements like the EM5 MK II, however I guess the latter would involve a hardware change ? Oh, and by the way, this isn't pie in the sky, as it's actually taken from Olympus's own website: http://www.olympus-global.com/en/news/2015b/nr150915omde.jsp Can't wait !