Not really having shot much video, I've been playing around with the E-M1 in movie mode to see what it can do. Overall, I think the video quality is pretty good, but seriously let down because it only allows you to shoot at 30fps and no option of either 24/25fps, which seem to be the preferred standards. I know that video hasn't been a priority for Olympus, but the least they could have done is given an option. From a bunch of reading I've done, there is no ideal way to convert 30fps video to 24/25fps without creating all sorts of unpleasant issues, so this will remain a problem unless Olympus offers a firmware update to allow 24/25fps and PAL. It's after doing a number of video trials and conversions that I've discovered what an Achilles' Heel this restriction is when you want to do such things as work on video clips. I tried out some slow and fast panning tests today and in MOV format and when converted to a format that allows 30fps (WMV), the results are very good, but when the conversion format only allows 24/25fps, it becomes streaky and ugly looking. These sorts of complaints have been levelled at many camera manufacturers for a number of years (I wasn't aware of the implications until now) and it's amazing that such options have been omitted by Olympus. Olympus often takes giant leaps forward, only to leave half the troops behind.