I did some searching on the forum and Internet and could not find reports of sensors getting out of alignment on the E-M5. Unfortunately, it appears to be the case on my camera. I pre-ordered the camera when it came out, delivered in June 2012, so it's one of the first. I noticed in some of my images starting in July of this year that the lower right of the images is always slightly out of focus and lacking detail. Some scenes it is more prominent than others depending on the foreground and subject in relation to the focal plane. Here's an example of a scene you can tell there is a lack of detail in the bottom left corner of this portrait orientation scene. The "Do Not Enter" sign in the lower right foreground is mostly in focus, as are the buildings on the right and the center further down the street. The entire bottom left quarter of the image is out of focus, even parts that are in the same focal plane as parts of the image in focus. Notice the street lamps on the right side of the street are more in focus than the left side. <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15891812442" title="PA290640 by Justin, on Flickr">"600" height="800" alt="PA290640"></a> I did some tests recently using a street map taped to a box. I placed my E-M5 on a tripod, manual mode, IS off, 2 second timer release. Here are some samples I uploaded to Flickr. Click on Z or zoom in to enlarge the image. This is focusing on the center of the image. You will overall the image is mostly sharp but the bottom right quarter gets more out of focus as you get to the corner. <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15866646066" title="20141127-PB271420 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB271420"></a> With this image, I manually focused on the bottom right corner. You can then see how out of focus the image is. <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15891811312" title="20141127-PB271422 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB271422"></a> My most recent test was to eliminate the possibility of it being shutter shock that I read others complain about. With these tests, I just used the 10x enlarge image function for manually focusing. I manually focused the bottom right corner, then scrolled to each corner to see how out of focus the image was without touching the focus ring on the lens. I took photos of the camera back with my E-PM1, recording each corner. Bottom right in focus: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15891812752" title="20141127-PB273368 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273368"></a> Top left extremely out of focus: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15891813232" title="20141127-PB273369 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273369"></a> Top right out of focus: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15706692267" title="20141127-PB273370 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273370"></a> Bottom left out of focus: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15866649586" title="20141127-PB273372 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273372"></a> Similar setup, just using a home behind ours, further distance than a map up close. Same results: Focus on their roof in the top left corner: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15891814622" title="20141127-PB273379 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273379"></a> Scroll to bottom right and the siding is out of focus: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/justin_wolfe/15272824483" title="20141127-PB273380 by Justin, on Flickr">"800" height="600" alt="20141127-PB273380"></a> I called Olympus a couple weeks ago after my initial map photo tests. The tech had never heard of such an issue and suggested I reset the camera to defaults and test it out more. I've been traveling and just did a few more tests today to confirm that there is a problem. The reset did not help as I thought. I plan to call Olympus back and ship the camera for repair. I would be surprised if I'm the only one that has had this problem, but I didn't find other reports of the issue. Has anyone come across this issue? I will keep the thread updated on whether Olympus repairs the camera. It is out of warranty, so I expect to pay the repair fee.