Hi guys, have a quick question for you. I recently purchased a Nikon G to m4/3 adapter to try some of my Nikon FF lenses on the M4/3 format (OMD-EM1, GX7 and GH3). So far I've only tried one lens and body combo and that's the OMD-EM1 and Nikon 300mm F4 AFS. When mounted, I pressed the Super Control Panel (SCP) "IS" button and by pressing the cameras "INFO" button, I set the focal length to 300mm. The ISO was set to Auto ISO (max 3200) and aperture priority with the lens aperture ring wide open (F4). Now here's the question, even though I appear to have set the focal length to 300mm, when shooting, the camera only selects a shutter speed of 1/100 sec. I assumed this was because the Auto ISO was hitting max ISO, but when checking, most of the images were at ISO800-1250. I would have thought that the camera would use all the available ISO to get the shutter speed up to about 1 x FL or at least 1/250-1/400 ? Also, when re-checking the IS settings in the SCP, although it says 300mm in the lower right corner, under the words "Focal Length" and "INFO" it says "AUTO"? Does this mean the camera is ignoring my set up FL and trying to do things itself ? Now whilst the IS is doing an amazing job of combating camera shake at an effective FL of 600mm with only 1/100 sec, the keeper rate isn't massively high so I would like to get the shutter speed up somewhat. Any idea what I'm doing wrong please ?