[video=youtube;2CmVtlBcj_w]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CmVtlBcj_w[/video] So... The video above is quite self-explanatory. When I press the shutter halfway the IBIS activates and moves the sensor a few millimeters to the right. Sometimes it takes 1/2 second to get there (yes, the image moves slowly until it finally stops). Sometimes the image moves (well JUMPS actually) and rotates a degree or two (clockwise). Added video (2014/02/12): [video=youtube;D-ktD4NuljE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-ktD4NuljE[/video] Isn't image stabilization supposed to keep the image still / stabilized? It seems that Olympus doesn't think so... I've sent my E-M5 three times to repairs. First time they fixed the bezel crack on the screen and I assume did nothing to the IBIS. Then I sent the E-M5 back because the IBIS was still acting weird. Well, the camera came back untouched with a note: "functions according to Olympus specs and parameters". I got angry and posted a few private messages to different Olympus Facebook-pages and demanded an answer. I got a response saying that I should send the camera one more time to repairs and I should mention a certain name since he would be the one to fix my camera and it would be handled as soon as possible. Well... I just got my camera back again and guess what! It came back unfixed and they still claimed it functions according to Olympus specs and parameters. UNF'NBELIEVABLE! I know there's some people in this forum that has had their E-M5's IBIS fixed (Who? Where? When? How bad was it?). I'd like to get some comments here since I'm about to start a fight against Olympus and their crappy customer care / warranty repairs. I'm not giving up insisting that an IBIS SHOULDN'T function as mine does. Well, I may give up if a dozen experts can convince me otherwise. So, what do you guys think? Am I crazy saying that an image stabilizer shouldn't move/jump the image like this or do you consider it normal and acceptable? And the best is yet to come... Now that I got my E-M5 back unfixed they still managed to break the auto-focus so that my E-M5 won't auto-focus my precious 12-40mm f/2.8 lens anymore!!! It works perfectly fine on my E-PL1 and E-PM2 but not on my E-M5. And yes, I have checked I'm not using Manual Focus and yes, I'd checked the L-Fn isn't pressed on the lens (I even changed the function to magnify and it worked ok). E.g Pana 14mm auto-focuses fine. They had changed the firmware on my E-M5 so I assume it might be at blame for the auto-focus fault but still... It's not acceptable that they didn't fix the IBIS and left my E-M5+12-40mm combo handicapped. PS. If there's any typos etc. I'm sorry... I'm just REALLY frustrated, annoyed and angry at the moment. PPS. 12-40mm working again. The manual focus ring wasn't properly in the auto position since after I switched it to manual and back I got it working again. So at least one problem less. EDIT: Added another video. This one has audio and demonstrates how the sensor keeps on "gliding" after the focus lock sound (the first 6-7 tries - the last ones seem to lock after the gliding). FINAL EDIT: Olympus sent an email telling me that they will send a new E-M5 body and case is therefore closed. Kudos to Olympus!