I use a E-PL5. I dont know what other PEN or full size models this may apply to. I mostly use the PASM modes, but I discovered that through use of the scene modes "Fisheye/Wide-angle/Macro" the width of the field is basically doubled, and the vertical extent is similarly increased but by not quite the same amount. The result is a much wider field of view, that has a slightly squashed aspect ratio. This has been useful for many photo oppurtunities, however is it limited in what other settings can be applied via the scenes. The super menu only shows that the tone is adjused to i-Enhance, but otherwise noting special. Since the wider image is availble in these scenes, there must be a good portion of the sensor that is normally cropped by the camera software. Anybody else noticed this, and know how to achieve the same through manual settings? I'll also try to contact olympus support to see if they can shed any light on the matter. I can post some pictures if anyone is interested or dubious... Thanks -edit- solved it was the digital teleconverter/user error.