Hi alll. I'm not sure how many of you are still following this thread (but 1400+ views!) here: https://www.mu-43.com/f38/e-m5-oly-75-300-test-people-lots-images-28683/ but clearly, a) there is a lot of interest in this lens/camera combo and b) healthy debate about what is right v. wrong with the lens usage. (And, yes it is legal since none of these photos are being sold for commercial purposes; I checked.) All that aside, someone here must have FWDded this thread to someone else and so on, or maybe someone was just lurking - dunno... because I was contacted by a P.I. firm in NYC who was interested in my services! No foolin'! I guess they need someone from time-to-time, and my looooooooong reach lens, but really the tack-sharp shots convinced them to take a gamble on me. What really, really convinced them was my multiple shots from same position but showing 75mm, 150mm and 300mm in addition to my already being so far away. My first assignment (hopefully not my last) is not for anything sexy or sinister, but really moreso for a Corporate America related deal (to take photos from afar and keep tabs of a couple people). Of course, I had no idea what to charge, so I figured $100/hour for a two hour gig was a good starter. Sooooooo, I get to do my voyeur thing and get paid for it now. Obviously, I wont be able to post any photos related to that assignment, but you better believe I will be perfecting my technique and posting more samples of park shots here, and with NYC home to Central Park and more, people have asked I post some really provocative shots here -- obviously I cannot do that, but I'll post some interesting ones... (Gives me an idea for a photoblog when I have free time....) What makes the E-M5 and Oly 75-300 such a winner combo here is the tilt screen (you can look unassuming as opposed to looking into the EVF when firing a shot) and the 600mm equiv focal length with very good results. They arent looking for NatGeo super-razor-sharp shots, and yet my images were MORE than sharp enough for their needs. Anyway - thanks to all for input. More to come!