My unapologetic love for both black & white photography and vignetting has greatly contributed to making the Ricoh GR my goto camera for this particular style. Its tonality and understated, configurable vignette strength has given me some of the best B/W images I have shot with any camera. Wanting more flexibility in terms of using different lenses has drawn my attention to the PEN-F for the same purpose (partly anyway, I will also be shooting color). The fact that the PEN-F offers a pleasing B/W style as well as an option to add a vignette in camera is a great boon to how I want to use this type of camera. However, from the results I have seen online, it seems that the PEN-F vignette effect is not just way too strong for my liking (pinhole-ish instead of subtle), it also looks artificial (like an overlay instead of corner darkening) compared to what I get from the GR or would normally add during PP. I downloaded the PEN-F manual, but it does not tell me if the strength and/or style of the vignette can be customised. Perhaps someone can clarify this? Also, any sample images to illustrate (variations of) the effect would be great. Especially one demonstrating the lightest, most subtle setting.