Live Composite - Do you think this new E-M10 feature will make it onto the E-M1 or E-M5? I don't see why not as all 3 OM-D cameras essentially have the same live time & bulb functionality, why not the Live Composite also? I hope so, sounds like a pretty cool tool for long exposures. Not much detail is said about this feature, but on one YouTube video from Ralfs Foto-Bude, http://youtu.be/rqyH_GDQ__c (SKIP TO ABOUT 8:35 TIME ON THE VIDEO to get the start of the explanation of this Live Composite feature) the reviewer mentions you can do something like a night scene where you have a city skyline and stars, and using Live Composite, the camera will know when to stop exposure on the city skyline so it won't get overexposed, and continue the long exposure for the star above. Supposedly, you can get easy perfect exposure for such a situation. Pretty cool if it works as he's describing. I've been trying to do some long exposures of at night of some r/c airplanes with bright l.e.d.'s flying near my home, but it's hard not to get the surrounding home and street lights out of the scene. If Live Composite was available, I could see this really making getting a nice shot of both colorful light trails made by the flying r/c airplanes' l.e.d.'s as well as a well non-overexposed area with city street and home lights at the bottom of the frame. Anyways, anybody heard anything or have any insights into this?... I've only heard one mention that so far it may not be available for the E-M1 or E-M5, but maybe too early to say. Hopefully, the next firmware update for E-M1 will have the Live Composite feature added! I think the E-M1 is due for another firmware update soon, no?.. with the new set of lenses that are about to released, I would think that there should at least be a firmware update soon to allow E-M1 users to recognize and take full advantage of the new lenses.. would make sense so that the image processor knows how to image correct and optimize photo image quality like it does for all current lenses.