Hi everyone. I love this community and have learnt quite abit about these cameras and their capabilities by reading and oggling at the photos you all post. Truly impressive. I can get pretty good pictures (both RAW and SOOC) when the sun is out with ample natural light. I'm trying to not use iA and become proficient with just the manual settings on the camera before I invest in any more lenses or a new m43 camera (I have the O45, P20, P12-35, P45-150). The issue is I find myself mostly shooting smaller indoor family events with lots of kids in them (family birthday parties, etc). It's not as if we're all sitting in the dark during these parties, but somehow I just cant get the camera to produce what I want - which is a true (or at least close) representation of what my eyeball sees. I have no doubt on the system's capabilities and am sure its a lack of proper settings. That is when I thought to come to mu43 to seek advice/tips/pointers/clues. I searched the forums, tried many different settings and learned many valuable lessons (how to set the C-settings for example, use of electronic shutter, burst speeds, LR process flow, removing NR, +saturation, etc) and could say my photos have improved marginally, if that. I understand its a lot of experimentation and that I'll be eventually happy with a percentage of the actual photos I take - right now that percentage is in the low single digits. I want to bump that up to the low double digits. Essentially I want to eliminate blur (did I mention lots of kids), and get eye-popping sharpness from photos. I think I have good glass, so it's not really due to slower lenses...I'm convinced its operator error and I'm seeking guidance from the gurus to help me improve. Can someone help this guy out? Any help would be very much appreciated. :smile: many thanks!