I am curious about in-camera processing of images (presumably prior to the image being created as a RAW (ORF) or JPG image on your memory card). My question is, what exactly is the camera doing prior to giving me what I want to see. As I understand it, the internal "IQ" of the camera is showing me what it thinks I "want" to see instead of giving me what my sensor actually saw. Yes? No? I have read on mu43 that the camera makes "corrections" for lens "errors", assuming this is referring to native manufacturer lenses sold as a system. So, in short, is the camera doing any processing when being served with image information coming from adapted lenses? And if so, what is the IQ doing? Is it removing tiny bits of perceived chromatic aberration from the pixels? I don't want to sound old ("Get off my lawn!") but I want what I think I saw! LOL. Just asking questions here...I love m4/3 and all forms of photography. I just wonder how much the camera is telling me a few white lies now and then? Curious. Thanks!