That's not how it works. I have used the video on my G2 probably twice, but having it as a feature is what makes the camera cheaper than it would be otherwise. This is true for all current mirrorless and DSLR cameras; they're cheaper by virtue of including features like video or bracketing, because they then have a larger consumer base. It's all about the economies of scale. If your potential customers increase by 40%, and you actual customers increase by 15-20%, then you're coming out ahead.I've had an E-P1, and the IS is not even worth turning on. hahaha The OM-D is what made me sell off my D600 and lenses. But if you get a lens with IS, it feels like you're paying for a feature you're never going to use if you already have 5-axis. Maybe stick to the 75 1.8? Even if it's longer..