I shoot a lot of video (mostly with Nikons which now produce extremely nice video) most of it from tripods, but not with my EP5 - which has a pretty low bit rate. Yesterday I tried an experiment - I shot some scenes around the house three ways - tripod, IBIS handheld, no IBIS handheld. The results were as I expected - best in the order I listed them, but how much better the tripod was really surprised me. I got significantly more detail from the EP5 on the tripod than with IBIS. I mean contrast and sharpness on things with lots of detail even grass and plants IMHO I'd say 25 to 30% better which means I think the video went from a 5 or 6 on a scale of 10 compared to the Nikon video to a 8 or maybe even a 9 (and I'd say as good as when my D7100 is in the crop mode which seems to destroy some detail). I bought a small tripod to use with my EP5 and 75-300 and it will now be with me on video shoots with the EP5. IBIS is great for sudo-Run&Gun but for me I will be using the tripod a lot more. I used a Sigma 30mm f2.8 at 2.8 for the test due to its quality of image. Yes, I wasted a couple of hours shooting some very boring stuff, but try it and see if you can "see the difference".