Hello fellow Olympus shooters......I used my new EM10 for the first time today and came across an osprey eating a fish about 70 feet or so up a tree......I mounted a Sigma 50-500 with a manual adapter and shot away........I'm very pleased with the sharpness of the images but am somewhat disappointed at the blown out highlights- is there a way, in camera, to tone down the highlight capture? I sold my full frame Sony A7 and while it occasionally blew out highlights it had great dynamic range which I know the m4/3 cameras cannot match- but I'm desperately trying to find out if the Oly EM10 is capable of toning down highlights- thought maybe some of you advanced users might have tips on taming highlight captures. Shooting any bird with white feathers in direct sunlight is a challenge with any camera- but I purposely shot with -1EV to try to tame the blown highlights and shot in RAW but I'm still not 100% happy with the captures. I could have shot with -2/-3 EV but didn't know if I should sacrifice the dark tones to preserve the highlights........what do you guys think? Should I have gone down 2 or 3 steps on the EV and bring back the lights in RAW?