Hi everyone! I bought my Olympus OM-D E-M5 a few months ago. It is my first interchangeable lens camera, so please bear with me for some likely basic questions. Would love to tap into the vast knowledge of you all! :smile: I have the 12-50mm kit lens, and also bought the Panasonic Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm lens for a smaller option. With both lens, the photos are sharp outdoors. However, my indoor photos (especially when not during the day) are not sharp, no matter how still I try to be. Often times, there are people in my indoor photos and they invariably will move slightly. Sometimes I also try to focus, and my camera will just be unable to focus and I can't take a photo. I have since returned the Panasonic pancake zoom lens as it became frozen and wouldn't retract into itself anymore. Rather, I purchased the Olympus Zuiko 17mm f1.8 and the Panasonic 25mm f 1.4 lenses. Hopefully the lower f stops will allow for clearer shots indoors, as well as be good all purpose lens outdoors. 1) Apart from using a very high ISO, tripod, or flash, are fuzzy indoor photos unavoidable with the Olympus 12-50mm kit lens? 2) Has anyone experienced this inability to focus issue? I've experienced this several times and could not snap a shot. Could I have a bad camera? Not trying to focus on something super close either. 3) Should I hopefully get more sharp photos with the lower f stop lens that I just purchased? Not arrived yet, so haven't tried either. 4) Must I use the very low f stops to get sharp low light photos? Will the background hence be blurry if I wanted a more balanced photo? Thank you in advance for help!!