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That, it is.
Question though. With many of my OM-D lenses, I find that I get a much lower keeper rate when shooting handheld in low light high ISO situations. Maybe this is to be expected as I'm talking about street shooting but the keeper rate seems significantly lower than my 5D III in the same situation. Again, maybe this is to be expected.
I can't say I've noticed that at all...the IBIS for me has enabled low light shooting I could have only dreamed of before. The OM-D does struggle for focus sometimes in low light, though, and the 75/1.8 seems to hunt more than most on the OM-D in those cases (though it doesn't at all on my GX1, which locks focus so fast and accurately, though it doesn't have IS). If they could put the GX1's AF in the OM-D, I'd pretty much have the perfect camera for me.