I'm not sure if it's cause for a or , but it looks like I won't be buying a new camera.
Leaving the battery out for a day reset it. I'm glad I won't be spending $500 for a Panasonic G5, but I'd like to know what upset the old Olympus. I don't want to tote a dead camera on a hike. All of the lens contacts appear clean, but I'll go over all of them anyway. The body and lenses haven't had the easiest life, but I try to keep them clean and dry. In three years, I've never had it fail.
Rich, do you have any contact cleaning suggestions? I'd prefer something chemical and precise, since optics are involved. I don't want pencil eraser debris on a sensor or rear element.