Metabones has introduced two new versions of its Nikon-F to Micro Four Thirds mount Speed Booster adapters. This time they are designed specifically for the Blackmagic Cinema and Pocket Cinema cameras. The new 0.64x Speed Booster reduces the full-frame crop factor of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera from 2.39x to 1.53x. Show More Summary
We've just updated our first impressions review of the Panasonic Lumix GM1 with a gallery of real-world sample images. Panasonic's latest G-series camera underscores the 'Micro' in Micro Four Thirds as one of the smallest interchangeable lens cameras ever brought to market. Show More Summary
Should you find yourself wondering what would happen if the OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera and the XZ-2 compact had a baby, the answer from Olympus is the 12 MP Stylus 1 premium compact superzoom. Combining DSLR-like operation and...Show More Summary
With a rugged, weather-sealed body, hybrid AF system, 5-axis image stabilization, Wi-Fi, and seemingly endless customizable controls, the Olympus E-M1 is arguably the most enthusiast-friendly Micro Four Thirds camera on the market. We've put Olympus' latest OM-D through our usual battery of tests - follow the link to see if the 'Pro' Micro Four Thirds camera has finally arrived.
Lomography, the camera company, has released many cameras in the past that have defied how photography should look like. The company’s products have typically allowed for creation of photographs with weird colors and effects which is...Show More Summary
Forget the Zeiss Otus 55mm F1.4, Sony Alpha 7R and RX10, Nikon 58mm F1.4 or the tiny Panasonic GM1 - last week's real news was Lomography's introduction of an 'Experimental Lens Kit' for Micro Four Thirds. Comprising a 24mm F8 standard lens, a 12mm F8 wideangle and a 160° F8 fisheye, the kit costs £79 / €89. Show More Summary
If you're after a little more creativity in your Micro Four Thirds shooting sessions, Lomography is looking to oblige with a trio of lenses aimed at just that. The outfit's Experimental Lens Kit offers three options for image capture: 160-degree fisheye, 12mm wide-angle and standard 24mm glass....
The Lomography Experimental Lens Kit is a collection of three lenses — a fisheye, a wide-angle 12mm, and a standard 24mm — with slots for colored filters. The lenses are compatible with Micro Four Thirds digital cameras, and are available to purchase online from Lomography. photo and video via Lomography via The Phoblographer, PetaPixel
With Micro Four Thirds cameras gaining more popularity, Lomography has introduced its latest add-on accessory in the form of the Experimental Lens Kit. The kit allows users to shoot optical, multiple-exposure images using digital cameras… Lomography Introduces the Experimental Lens Kit for Micro Four Thirds Cameras is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
Panasonic's Lumix GX7, released last month, stuffed high-end features (including in-body stabilization, WiFi and 24fps video, a rarity in Micro Four Thirds models) into a body rather lighter than other high-end models.
I love my Fujifilm X100S, but I’m sure glad I didn’t ditch my Micro Four Thirds Panasonic when I bought it. Why? Because Micro Four Thirds is fast shaping up to be the iOS App Store of camera standards: if … Read more › The post Lomo Experimental Lens Kit For Micro Four Thirds Cameras appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Panasonic quietly announced the development of a Leica DG SUMMILUX 15mm F1.7 lens, which the company says will be an ideal companion to the DMC-GM1 also released today. Details are scarce at this point, but the lens (equivalent to 30mm on a Micro Four Thirds body) will have a manual aperture ring and will ship sometime next year. Show More Summary
Lomography, maker of your favorite retro plastic film cameras, is diving into the world of digital with a new package of three experimental lenses for micro four thirds mirrorless cameras. The photos look pretty incredible, even if they're not exactly "high quality." Read more...
Panasonic has just announced the new Lumix GM1, making it the smallest Micro Four Thirds camera to date. The tiny mirrorless camera packs a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds-sized sensor inside its 98.5mm x 54.9mm x 30.4mm body. The Four… Panasonic Lumix GM1 – The World’s Smallest Micro Four Thirds Camera is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
Let’s make a little wager. I’ll put a $1 on the fact that most people who buy the tiny new Panasonic Lumix GM1 will never change its lens, instead opting to use it as a rather cool little compact. Not … Read more › The post Panasonic’s GM1 Is The Tiniest Micro Four Thirds Camera, Like, Ever appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Panasonic today announced a new premium compact line GM series to its LUMIX Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (DSLM) cameras with the DMC-GM1 with large Digital Live MOS Sensor based on the Micro Four Thirds system standard. The DMC-GM1 realizes high-quality ….
It is encouraging to see that the Micro Four Thirds camera format is starting to gain traction among those who do not want all that a full DSLR delivers, and yet want to capture some seriously good looking photos. Panasonic has beenShow More Summary
In an age of megapixel-heavy camera phones, the Micro Four Thirds format is becoming increasingly popular with those who don't want the trappings of a full DSLR, but want to take their photos more seriously. Panasonic, one of the pioneers of the MFT system, has today announced its latest offering in...
One of the original promises of the Micro Four Thirds system was to permit the design of small mirrorless cameras. Today Panasonic released its Lumix DMC-GM1, a tiny camera which can literally fit in the palm of your hand. Don't be fooled,...Show More Summary
Seiko Epson today announced that its Ultimicron electronic viewfinder technology is equipped as standard in the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera that went on sale in October 2013. Measuring 0.48 inches diagonally, the Ultimicron offers XGA (1024 x ….