Posts Tagged ‘Micro Four Thirds’


Test Review: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II

 •  September 21

The new Olympus ­Micro Four Thirds flagship is impressive. With a weatherproofed ­magnesium-alloy body, this compact, light camera can play hard on...

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Camera Test: Olympus PEN E-PL8

 •  November 29

The latest model in the PEN series, the Olympus PEN E-PL8 is a very stylish compact camera with a 16-MP Micro Four Thirds sensor. The camera is...

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Cool Gadget: Veydra Micro Four Thirds Cinema Lenses

 •  June 23

Due to their high prices, cinema lenses are usually an item that is out of reach for most low-budget or independent filmmakers. Veydra is looking to...

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Test Review: Panasonic GX7

 •  September 26

The Panasonic GX7 The Panasonic GX7 is a compact and stylish CSC based on the Micro Four Thirds standard. It offers 16-MP resolution, an...

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Imaging Products Review: Additional Products

 •  March 27

[Ed. Note: Peter Burian’s “Imaging Products Review” in the current April/May Photo Life presents a selection of new products revealed at the...

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New Pens, Lenses from Olympus

 •  June 30

Olympus has refreshed its E-P and E-PL lines with the E-P3 and E-PL3 while adding a third model, the E-PM1 to its Pen family of Compact System...

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Fast 50, Micro Four Thirds Style

 •  June 17

Some Micro Four Thirds enthusiasts have been praying for a lens like this, and Panasonic has delivered. The Leica DG Summilux 25mm / F1.4 ASPH is to...

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Panasonic Announces Lumix GF3

 •  June 16

Just a month after refreshing the G line with the DMC-G3, Panasonic has announced the next generation of its smallest micro Four Thirds model, the...

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Another PEN joins the ranks

 •  January 12

And the E-PL2 makes it four. Olympus has rounded out its PEN line with a follow-up to the entry-level E-PL1. The E-PL2 comes with a new silent...

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Panasonic’s GF2 smaller, 3D-ready

 •  November 5

Panasonic says its Lumix GF2 is 20 percent smaller and seven percent lighter than the GF1, quite a feat since the GF1 is one of the smallest Micro...

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