While it's possible to take video and still with the likes of the E-M1, more or less at the same time, there are times when out in the bush when I want to take wide angle video but narrower FOV stills. So when I received my crash cam the other day and tested it out, I found that the video quality is pretty much on par with a GoPro (1080p Full HD), has a very good lens, and produces great video with a wide dynamic range. So I thought this would be an ideal combination for what I sometimes want, as the camera is very light, can run for well over half an hour with the built-in battery and the 16GB card seems to go for hours of video recording with H.264 compression. There are in fact crash cams that provide 2K and now 4K quality at prices that are better often than a GoPro. Anyway, this is what I ended up doing (from bits and pieces I had lying around) and it works very well indeed. I initially located the camera onto the hot shoe, but it showed too much of the lens, so mounting it on an extended arm has it showing only what's in front of the lens. It weight stuff all, so it's not an impediment to hold whatsoever. If I wanted to use it with a longer lens, I'd just attach the holder to the foot of the lens.