So we tested the new Focus Bracketing feature (actually Heather did, not me ) for the last 10 days and here is what she found. You can take up to 999 shots and choose the focus differential in 10 steps. Focus differential means how wider or narrower you want the focus distance to be changed between one shot and the other. Works with both RAW and JPGs Can work well also hand held (5-axis definitely help) but a tripod is still advised In this mode the camera switches to the electronic shutter and High continuous shooting speed, so banding with some artificial lights and also rolling shutter can occur (another reason to prefer the tripod) Flash can be used up to 1/20s (probably to avoid banding and sync problems). Works in manual only and RC is deactivated, so you have to connect the unit to the camera's hot-shoe. Tested with the Nissin i40 and Fl-600r. If the recycle time of the flash slows down, the camera will wait before taking the next shot (like the E-M5 II does with the High Res Shot). Drains battery life like crazy E-M10 II, 1/200, f/2.8, ISO 400 - 10 shots, focus differential of 10 (hand-held) - Post-processed in Helicon Focus Just to avoid any confusion, the camera does not stack the pictures so you'll still need to do that with a dedicated software (Helicon Focus is great by the way). It really is a handy feature for macro photographers as you only need to select the first focus point (the shortest as the camera will increase the distance), then the camera will change the distance automatically instead of doing it manually. It is of course faster but also more precise since the amount of focus distance changed between one shot and the other will always be exactly the same. You can find other examples and the entire article here.