So Olympus bundles the Olympus FL-LM2 Flash with most of their cameras (at least the E-M1 and E-M5) but I wonder what good it serves, it has a small range and is not very powerful. Plus if you have a longer lens mounted, it throws a shadow. Yes people use it to trigger remote bigger flashes. I for one use it and need it for Underwater photography in my Nauticam housing as it triggers the strobe via fibre optic cable. BUT as the recycle time is long, and the flash's reliability is not the best (had one fail) I much prefer Olympus perhaps replacing this flash unit with a LED flash. As the current Olympus FL-LM2 Flash is also used to trigger remote flashes, I would think a LED flash can achieve the same. On the plus side it would be more reliable (so I think) and cheaper. Any thoughts?