Hi! My question is: why doesn't the 5-axis IBIS in the Olympus E-M5 work for video with legacy lenses? They have it working with non-stabilized electronic lenses; there is a method of focal length entry for legacy lenses... so why doesn't the IBIS work with them? I know the obvious reason: Olympus didn't decide to make it work. I can imagine some marketing reasons for it. What, if any, are the possible technical reasons that it doesn't work? Could making it work be a software fix? I really wish it did work, so I could make stabilized video on the E-M5 with--for a few examples--the Topcor RE 58/1.8, the Fujinon-TV 75/1.8, or the Wollensak 1-inch (25mm) f1.9 lens, originally made for 16mm film. Cheers!