Up until my recent purchase of an E-P3, I used a DSLR format camera 99% of the time. Thus, the only time I shot with the arms out-stretched stance was with pocket cameras like the S90. Since the low-light capabilities of p&s cameras are so poor, I generally used these viewfinder-less cameras only in bright light at high shutter speeds, so camera shake was never an issue. Now that I'm using my viewfinder-less m43 camera for all lighting conditions, I am forced to think once again about proper shooting technique. While I like composing with the large, live screen of my E-P3, I find that camera shake can be a problem shooting with out-stretched arms, particularly for indoor photography. The tried-and-true methods for DSLRs just don't work. How to Reduce Camera Shake – 6 Techniques I'd be interested to learn from other m43 shooters what techniques they use to improve stability when shooting without a viewfinder or a tripod. Does anyone use the shoe-string method? Camera Stabilizer On A Shoe String Budget | DIYPhotography.net How about a thin monopod?