Last weekend, I ran a firmware update on my Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the Olympus 45/1.8. The camera update was successful and went without a hitch, however, when I was updating the lens firmware, the Olympus Camera Updater showed that the update was complete (while my camera screen still show the "Do Not Disconnect" image, instead of the "OK" image). Confused, I waited for a while, and at some point, disconnected the camera from my PC, and flicked the ON/OFF switch... The problem: When I turn on the camera with the Oly 45 attached, I get a "black" screen, otherwise, the camera remains completely unresponsive. Turning it off does not make the "black" screen go away; in order to turn the camera off, I need to remove the battery. If I remove the lens and restart the E-M5, the camera functions normally. I tried mounting the 45 while the camera was turned on; the lens was not detected. My other lenses, the Olympus 12-50mm and the Panasonic 14/2.5, continue to work perfectly fine with the E-M5. The conclusion...? I am guessing I have a bricked lens. Does someone know how this can be fixed? I've already written to Olympus Product Support/Repair, hopefully, I'll hear from them soon. My lens is not in warranty, does anyone have a ballpark idea of how much Olympus will charge to fix it (I'm in Canada)? Thanks in advance for any help!