Olympus put out a small firmware update today for the E-M5 and E-M10. You can get more details on my firmware page which also has links to the various firmware pages as well as how to update instructions.
Basically the firmware updates the camera to be better compatible in terms of autofocus with the Panasonic 200mm F/2.8 lens and their 50-200 F/2.8-4 lens.
If you use these lenses I would certainly update. If not…I wouldn’t be compelled to update. Doesn’t seem like they adjusted anything else. If you ever send your camera for a service they will likely update it anyways.
Speaking of E-M10… have you noticed the price of these on the used market? I’m seeing them around $200. And the mark II around $300. SCREAMING deal. That is strangely LESS than the E-Pl7 and 8 bodies! Who would have seen that coming. I am seriously contemplating picking up an E-M10 body to send to LifePixel for an infrared conversion. I always had at least one camera that was infrared based. I sold it. I have just been using a filter now. I considered sending one of my E-M1 bodies since I have several…but I use them for video now. That means I would lose a video angle. The E-M10 for $200…hard to pass up!