Now that I finally have a compatible L-plate for my tripod head, I want to start shooting the night sky (Milky Way; Moon; etc) with my OM-D E-M5. My plan is to set up a Myset for the settings required. However, I have a few questions about how to set the camera up. 1. First, because I normally have AF activated with the shutter button, I need to de-activate that and use MF. (I don't have a cable release, so will be using the shutter button to activate the shutter. I don't want the focus point to be changed via AF when pressing the shutter.) I'll probably be using the 12-50 kit lens for these shots - so what's the best way to set this up for focus? 2. What settings do I need to activate or de-activate to minimize camera/shutter shake, since I'll be using the shutter button to activate and end the exposure? (I plan on using the Live Time feature to monitor the exposure on the LCD). 3. Finally, does anyone have specific shooting/exposure settings to start with for this type of photography? I've done a bit of this type of shooting with my Nikon D300, but not with the OM-D E-M5. Thanks!