08/04/2013, It was at the beginning of this new month that we brought you word of the Panasonic Lumix GX7 being made official, and there was also a lens announcement to accompany that bit of news. Apparently, you might want to increase your creative shooting process with the introduction of the Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm/F1.2 lens, too. After all, the Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm/F1.2 happens to be the fastest interchangeable lens […]
01/28/2013, A small and lightweight camera with a grown-up feature set, delivering professional results – that’s the holy grail of digital photography. With the OM-D E-M5, Olympus aims to get close: the camera, touted as “groundbreaking” and “revolutionary,” offers many features of a full-fledged SLR in the small package of a Micro Four Thirds camera. Weighing just 425 grams (0.94 lb), the E-M5 accepts a large number of different lenses, […]
01/18/2013, Kodak is not exactly the best example when it comes to being a company these days, but this does not mean that they have ditched the imaging industry entirely. Not quite, as JK Imaging, who purchased the Kodak brand for its own range of shooters, has just stepped forward to make an announcement concerning the S1, which will jump aboard the Micro Four Thirds camera bandwagon. It is said that […]
01/17/2013, It was sometime near Christmas when we talked about the Polaroid iM1836 digital camera that will most likely be introduced at CES 2013, and here we are with more details (albeit a wee bit late) about this shooter. Basically, the Polaroid iM1836 is an 18-megapixel camera that was specially designed to adhere to the Micro Four Thirds format standards, making it compatible with the fast growing ecosystem of lenses that […]
07/23/2012, Canon has its fair share of top notch DSLRs, but what separates them from the likes of Olympus and Panasonic would be the fact that they have yet to make the plunge into the world of mirrorless cameras – basically, we are talking about the Micro Four Thirds market here. Well, glad to say that Canon has performed a U-turn on their previous decision, and will roll out their very […]
04/13/2012, For those whose hearts have already melted because they have set their eyes on the Olympus OM-D E-M5, here is some good news. It is ready to ship to pre-order customers living Stateside, Canada, and across the pond in the UK and Germany. Better late than never applies here, since the device was originally meant to ship on March 31st as reported – and that happened only in Japan, with […]
02/29/2012, If you are looking forward to the Olympus OM-D E-M5, then you will be pleased to know that this particular shooter is going to hit the market on the last day of March this year. Having appeared on Amazon’s Japanese site with that particular estimated release date, the US counterpart remains mum on the situation though. It remains to be seen whether this Micro Four Thirds shooter will arrive in […]
12/21/2011, Are you a fan of Olympus cameras? If you are and you can ignore the financial scandal that Olympus is currently embroiled in, you might be interested to hear that the company has expressed plans to develop a new mirrorless camera with an “epoch-making” viewfinder, and has already started work on a successor to their E-5 DSLR. According to the interview, Olympus’s Director of Marketing, Haruo Ogawa revealed that developing […]
12/16/2011, Owners of Olympus’ PEN Micro Four Thirds camera system or the Lumix G will be pleased to know that Olympus has announced the launch of the M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f/3.5-6.3 EZ lens, which is the equivalent of a 24-100mm lens on a 35mm camera. This will also be Olympus’ first fully-compatible interchangeable Micro Four Thirds lens that features an electronic motorized zoom of up to 4.2x.
11/07/2011, Panasonic has just expanded their collection of Micro Four Thirds digital cameras to include their latest release, the Panasonic Lumix GX1. Yes, this is slightly different from the GF-range, but it will still be able to play nice with 14 different kinds of Panasonic lenses just in case you want to get creative in your photography without the bulk of a DSLR. The spanking new Lumix GX1 will come with […]
09/28/2011, Micro Four-Thirds cameras are starting to catch on, namely due to their quality and interchangeable lens which has managed to blur the line between compact cameras and DSLRs. This has resulted in manufacturers aggressively pushing out their cameras, and with the Panasonic GH2 released last year, it’s only normal that we should be able to expect an update or refresh to the GH series this year, but for Panasonic GH3 […]
07/22/2011, With mirrorless cameras now supporting the ability to have interchangeable lenses, which seem to largely appeal to the prosumer market, it wouldn’t exactly be a surprise to see big camera companies such as Nikon or Canon to start venturing down that road. After all, it was only a year ago that Nikon’s president revealed that the company was working on a concept camera that may or may not use a […]
07/18/2011, Panasonic GF3 Review - This real-world review of the Panasonic GF3 is for readers who can't stomach a 12-page review full of descriptions and technicalities.
06/13/2011, Panasonic has just launched its latest Micro Four Thirds shooter known as the Lumix DMC-GF3, where it will continue where the now legendary GF1 and subsequent sequel, GF2, left off. Featuring a mirrorless setup, the Lumix DMC-GF3 is currently the undisputed king as the smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens camera with a built-in flash from Panasonic, tipping the scales at just 7.83oz (body only), which is definitely slightly less […]