Updated with samples: VSCO Film 04 released, includes integrated support for Olympus Cameras! VSCO recently released their fourth film emulation package, which is designed to emulate the style of slide (positive) film. This time around, they are included customized profiles for Olympus cameras such as the OM-D! Link here: Introducing VSCO Filmâ„¢ 04: Slide Film | blog | VSCO This might not sound like much, but could be potentially very important. I use VSCO for my daily work, and just by messing around with trying the Nikon or Canon presets instead of their generic "standard" ones, you can see that the film look will vary wildly. More importantly; I noticed consistently far better results trying the presets on images from Canon cameras over those from my OM-D, as VSCO includes customized color profiles for those cameras. That said, I also noticed far better results applying the filters to Olympus JPEGs or, even better, RAW files processed through Olympus viewer and converted to 16 bit TIFFs. UPDATE: I've bought the package and posted some comparisons to the SooC JPEG and default LR RAW interpretation. Check it out here.