I recently bought an Olympus OMD-EM1 with a 12-40mm 2.8 zoom lens. I admit that I'm nowhere near competent or comfortable with all the settings and controls yet. I have changed a few settings based on recommendations in this forum, but nothing fancy. So far all my photos have been taken using the AUTO setting and outputting jpgs. There are two things that are bugging me. One is the leveling feature. When I orient the camera so that the meter says the camera is horizontal, the image is skewed. It looks dipping towards the left in the viewfinder and the output images also dip to the left. I haven't measured the dip amount, but it looks substantial, like at least 5 degrees. I assume that this is a defect. Has anyone else had this problem? If so, what did you do about it? My second issue involves exposure. The brighter portions of most of my photos appear to be overexposed on a consistent basis. I'm not talking about obvious HDR situations but normal sun dappled scenes or scenes which have both shade and sun. I'm coming from a point and shoot background and don't remember having such a big problem with proper exposure as I'm having now. It's frustrating, as I would expect the AUTO setting to give more pleasing results. The only times I get well exposed shots are when the light is pretty even. Any thoughts on this? Is there a setting or metering method I can select that will stop these overblown areas from being so prevalent in my photos? Thanks a lot!