March 27, 2015
Posted in reviews

Panasonic GF7 review at CameraLabs.

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There is a new Panasonic GF7 review at CameraLabs. This is a camera that didn’t get a lot of attention from the press and has no real big new WOW factor to make the announcement go viral. But for the money it can do a lot of things and Gordon from CameraLabs really likes the camera:

“The Lumix GF7 is a great little camera and I really enjoyed using it. If you take lot of selfies it is, without doubt, the best option, combining ease of use and fun, innovative modes while at the same time offering most of the things you’d expect from an advanced mirrorless compact system camera. The lack of a viewfinder, or the means to fit one, and the absence of a hot shoe are things that the target audience can probably live without. The poor battery life is disappointing, but not enough to deprive the GF7 of a well-deserved Recommended award.”

Panasonic GF7 in Black at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).
Panasonic GF7 in Pink at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).

March 26, 2015
Posted in deals

Ending tomorrow: 25% off on Olympus Outlet cameras/lenses.

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This will end tomorrow: Save EXTRA 25% on Reconditioned Products sold at GetOlympus (Click here) and GetOlympus Canada too (Click here). You have to enter the code “SPRING” to get the extra discount! This means you now get:
The E-M1 for $779 (Click here).
The E-M10 with kit lens for $479 (Click here).

OMD

 

March 26, 2015
Posted in Rumors

(FT3) Organic sensor: Panasonic in charge of production in change of Fuji’s technology.

A “source” at DChome reports that Panasonic is in charge of production of the new organic sensor while Fuji will offer the full technology knowledge in exchange. But we still don’t know when the first organic sensor will find their way in Mass Production MFT cameras…

Reminder:
On paper the new Organic sensor has the following advantages over conventional sensors:
1) it has only 1/6 of the thickness of the current sensors
2) Increased Dynamic range of 88dB
3) 1,2 ISO stops more sensitive
4) range of incident angles of 60 degrees, efficiently utilizing light entering at an angle for faithful color reproduction with no color mixing. It also gives greater flexibility in lens designs, facilitating the reduction of overall camera size.

The full press release can be found here: 43rumors.com/hot-news-panasonic-and-fuji-developed-the-first-organic-sensor/


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March 26, 2015
Posted in news

A bit of everything…


Olympus Stylus SH-2 Overview

The Panasonic 14mm pancake tested at Photoreview.
Panasonic GM5 review by Richard.
Shogun Firmware Update V6.2 (Atomos Support).
Kirk Tuck goes for an E-M5/2 (VisualScienceLab).
Dennis Mook on sensor dust on the E-M1 (TheWanderingsman).
Tamron SP 90 Review on E-M1 (Betterfamilyphotos)
Mirrorless expert round-up (Mirrorlessons).
Changing from DSLR to mirrorless? (Latin Point).
14-150mm lens test at Itmedia.

Odur:I’d like to share this video about my recent trip in Portugal and Spain. Made with a GH3, most of it has been shot with Panasonic Leica 42.5mm f/1.2 Nocticron. https://vimeo.com/122432638

March 25, 2015
Posted in deals

DEMO Panasonic GF6 with kit lens for $269 at Samys.

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Samys is selling a limited quantity of GF6 cameras with kit lens for $269 on their eBay Store (Click here). The complete new kit sells for $329 at Robertscamera(Click here).

Reminder: You save an EXTRA 25% on Reconditioned Products sold at GetOlympus (Click here). You have to enter the code “SPRING” to get the extra discount! This means you now get:
The E-M1 for $779 (Click here).
The E-M10 with kit lens for $479 (Click here).

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