Hi everyone, I've been playing with the new E-M5 II lately. You can read the first part of my full review here: http://www.mirrorlessons.com/2015/0...mark-ii-review-chapter-whats-new-whats-great/ My thoughts so far: High Res Shot It gives you terrific details but is limited to certain applications. Even the slightest movement in your scene can be a problem. So It works for still life shots, cityscapes shots or landscape shots if there isn't any wind. It is a nice feature for a micro four thirds camera but personally I don't think I would use it a lot in my daily workflow. I rarely need that amount of mp (64mp with the RAW file). 5 axis stabilisation For stills it's even better than with the E-M1. If you manage to hold still enough, then you can shoot at 1s hand held. I even managed to get sharp shot at 2s. For video, it can give you great results that almost look like steadicam shots. There are some small issues that you have to be aware of such some warping/jello effect and some sudden sideways shift when the stabilisation reacts to abruptly. But with the necessary attempts, you can really get nice results. Movie mode I can say that "finally" Olympus gets more serious about video. I guess you already know the different specs. The quality of the video files isn't immediately visible if you compare it to the E-M5 or E-M1. The quality is overall improved thanks to more settings and options (frame rates, compression, etc). You also get more sensitivity (up to 6400 ISO). However I don't find it as good as Lumix cameras (from a simple perception point of view, I have yet to compare that). You also get a 4:2:2 HDMI output. For the rest: electronic shutter (finally) same AF system as the E-M10 and same overall IQ as the E-M10/E-M1: no AA filter and same TruePic VII engine nice ergonomics with more Fn buttons you need the new HDL-8G landscape grip in order to use the battery grip (the old HDL-6 landscape grip is not compatible). Feel free to ask me any questions.