I'm still learning to use my new Olympus camera. I'm also still blown away at how much technology is packed into this little package. Enneyhow, the learning part is my problem. But, a design feature I really don't like is that the camera is difficult to hold. One of the accessories I purchased for it is an auxiliary flash that works wirelessly with radio signals up to about 50 feet. For extra light and bounce features, I mounted the standard way with a bar. Whole thang still hard to hold. So, nice thing about having a big, huge, powerful, expensive lathe is that I can go into shop (something I haven't had time to do much of lately) and make a handy little handle. Which I did from some mahogany I had in the 'maybe this will be useful someday' barrel. Does make it much easier to hold. I simply stuck a piece of a 1/4"X20 bolt into a hole in top and fixed with 5 min. epoxy for the stud. Works.