It appears there is a gaping hole in the whole m43 lens system... That would be a telephoto lens near 200mm FF equiv. that goes to 1:1 or even to 1/2 magnification with at least AF if not both AF and IS. Oly has the closest thing with their 60mm macro; tho it won't have IS for us users of Panasonic bodies and doesn't really have enough reach for this type of field macro photography. A friend does pretty well with lizards & snakes using the longer PL zooms, but not for insects. Samyang, Rokinon, etc. have 100mm macro lenses (200 mm FF) but they are all MF, and of course not stabilized. To get quick shots of insects at say 1/2 to 1 (in the macro range), AF is a must and IS is super helpful at any higher mag. ratio. if you look at Nikon, there are a dozen or more choices, from the older AF-D screw drives to the newer Sigma lenses. Am I missing something? Why doesn't Sigma make something to exploit this gap?