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Panasonic introduces 3D lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras

09/21/2010, Stereoscopic 3D has just taken on a whole new level in the form of the Panasonic 3D lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras which was just introduced today at Photokina. This $250 still camera lens can be hooked up to its Lumix G series of Micro Four Thirds...

Nikon Head Hints at Miniaturized Professional Camera

09/03/2010, Nikon chief Makoto Kimura told Reuters that the company is readying a miniaturized professional camera for launch by the end of the company’s fiscal year ending in March. Speculation has it that Nikon would be launching Micro Four Thirds camera, but...

Pentax might unveil mirrorless camera in the near future

08/03/2010, Pentax could be the latest player to jump aboard the mirrorless camera bandwagon, as its parent brand Hoya wants to roll out a Pentax camera which will be different from what they already offer in the market. Unfortunately, that’s all we managed to...

Panasonic offers first interchangeable 3D lens

07/27/2010, Panasonic is first off the blocks when it comes to offering the first interchangeable 3D lens in the world for its Lumix G Micro System camera. This allows one to shoot in stereoscopic 3D thanks to an interchangeable lens system camera, and it will hit...

Nikon Micro Four Thirds Camera Possibly On The Way

07/08/2010, Rumors of a Micro Four Thirds camera from Nikon have been around for a while, and now Nikon’s President Makoto Kimura has revealed that the company is busy developing a new concept camera that should ship before the company’s fiscal year is...

Details Of Sony Mirrorless NEX3 And NEX5 Cameras Appear

04/26/2010, This isn’t the first time that Sony is in the news related to small mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses, but the latest tidbits include pictures of the upcoming Sony NEX3, which apparently was spotted inside a pub (just like the leaked...

Panasonic Announces Pricing For Lumix G2 And G10 Cameras

04/20/2010, You might remember the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 and DMC-G10 Micro Four Thirds cameras that were officially unveiled by Panasonic last month. The pricing for these cameras wasn’t available back then, but Panasonic has lifted the lid on that too....

Panasonic Introduces The Micro Four Thirds AG-AF100 Camcorder

04/12/2010, The Micro Four Thirds (MFT) standard has gotten another device to support it, as Panasonic has launched its first ever MFT camcorder, the AG-AF100. The camcorder uses an SLR-sized sensor to shoot 1080p video with the same depth of field and wide angles as...

Fuji to skip MicroFourThirds bandwagon

04/02/2010, Word has it that Fuji will not be jumping aboard the MicroFourThirds bandwagon, as Fujifilm Japan will cease production of the F200EXR when May 2010 rolls around. Apart from that, they are currently working on a new S-Pro series professional camera which...

Olympus rumored to work on new Micro Four Thirds camera

03/19/2010, Word has it that the folks at Olympus are working on a brand new Micro Four Thirds camera, and this time round with an integrated Electronic Viewfinder (EVF). At least that is what we garnered from Olympus managers who claim that “the technology is...

Panasonic G2 And G10 Go Official

03/07/2010, Looks like the leak on the Panasonic G2 and G10 that we dug up a few days ago was right on the money, as Panasonic has officially unveiled the G2 and G10 cameras. The G10 is dubbed the world’s lightest digital interchangeable lens camera with a...

Nokton f0.95 Lens For Micro Four Thirds Cameras

03/01/2010, Folks who use Micro Four Thirds cameras, like the Olympus PEN E-PL1, don’t have as many lenses to choose from when compared to those who tout DSLR cameras, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t exciting lenses for them. The US-based...

Olympus PEN E-PL1 starts shipping

02/24/2010, Can’t get enough of the Olympus PEN E-PL1 through our video overview? Well, good news then – you can hold the nifty Micro Four Thirds camera in your hands pretty soon as it has started to ship in blue and gold colors from Amazon. The asking...