Hi everybody I will be shooting motorcycle street racing this weekend with the E-M5 Mk2 and was wondering if anybody had any tips or advice for the settings to use to capture very fast action. This will be the first time shooting this type of event with my Olympus - I have used Canon DLSR gear in the past (EOS 1D at 8fps with 70-200mm f4). I presume the camera should be set to AF-C or AF-C-Tk? But which is better? Should I set the camera to low continuous for continued autofocus - or hi continuous for 10fps but focus on only the first frame? The light should be good - expecting a warm sunny day with lots of light, and the motorcycles themselves should have a lot of contrast. Do I set it on single point focus, group focus, or let the camera choose the focus point over the entire frame? My largest zoom is the 40-150mm f4/5.6 kit lens - is this a useable lens for super fast action? Also, should I be shooting jpeg for faster file transfer - or is RAW still ok? Thanks for all the help.