I have been wondering that when does Olympus release a camera/firmware (possible) that allows user to control IBIS axis? It would allow very interesting photography when each sensor axis could be changed and so on the focus would get altered as well. The IBIS would then work against its purpose, that is to keep sensor still to subject time that is required to get it sharp. But in this case user would press a Fn-button and enable TSS mode that disables IBIS but gives user possibility to rotate and move sensor in each of its 4 axis (roll would not be needed). We would get a ultimate miniature technical camera for interesting new possibilities. The sensor being smaller, even a small degree translates to larger effect. We would get every objective mounted to camera work as tilt-shift objective. Olympus OM-D: See the amazing 5-axis image stabil…: http://youtu.be/pxgnE6xY0OA The sensor after all moves quite a lot. But I didn't see rotation in that video, only 2-plane movements and rotation. This to work the sensor would be needed to actually rotate on X and Y axis, as I have came to believe as how otherwise all 5-axis is corrected, rotations included instead just shifts?