Hello All, I am hoping for some advice regarding my "vintage" EP1. It was sitting on the shelf for a few months after I purchased the EPM1 and now I have started to carry both cameras with different prime lenses fitted. Recently my friend was using the EP1 and some of the results were awfully overexposed. She is a good photographer and her skills and knowledge of cameras is great having worked in camera shops for many years. The camera was in "A" mode and the exposure set to 0. The results were inconsistent with some shots being correctly exposed and some way off. These were similar shots taken of the same scene, with the same lens. The second issue was 2 days ago when for some reason I could not adjust the exposure compensation and update the live view (LCD). The resulting photo would have the correctly set exposure, but the live view (LCD) was not indicating the change in the exposure setting. I performed a custom reset on the camera and everything was working as it should. After the reset I was using the EP1 with the FL36R in FP TTL mode and the results were horrible. With my EPM1 / FL36R combination I am able use the flash in FP TTL mode in bright conditions with great results, and only minor adjustments to the FP TTL settings, dependent upon conditions. I found with the EP1 that I needed to adjust the TTL setting significantly (more than 2 full stops) to get a reasonable result. I am not sure what is going on with the EP1. I had a similar problem with the EP1 / FL36R flash combination within the first 6 months of purchase and contacted Olympus. They suggested the custom reset, which rectified the problem. Are there any other resets that I can try? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I know it is an "ancient camera" in the M43 world nowadays, but with the 17mm and the VF1, it is still a great street camera.