Just give me a 25 FPS for EM-1 and it is perfect for me. Shooting video in countries what have 50Hz electricity grid is very problematic.In terms of video, I think the E-M1 is better than it is given credit for - certainly suitable for recreational video, and potentially optimal for some professional applications like web photojournalism and vlogging. I do think IBIS has some oft-ignored downsides -- the big one being unpredictable frame warping -- but I don't think any of the "negatives", be they artifcating or a lack of more diverse frame rates, preclude the E-M1's video mode from being useful.
When it comes to video, I am total blind for the other flaws many see. I don't see anything else problematic in the codec and its 24Mbits bitrate! I have shot all kind tests for myself to see the problems but I fail in that. Maybe because I compare them to Bluray and 1080p content on vimeo or services what offer higher quality than YouTube.
When outdoors in woods or just shooting in nature lighting I don't see any problem to be there for negativity the camera gets. But I am blind for it, no matter how much I frame peep. And in editors I can pull/push curves well above my needs or chance gradiation etc...
So please someone, send exported 1080p frames uncompresses highlighted with the problems what are just stopping using EM-1 for anything else than blogging?