I spotted a brand new Olympus patent which describes the design of two new telephoto lenses: The 400mm f/4.0 and the 500mm f/4.0. As usual we don’t know if and when such lenses will be announced. But I guess it makes sense for Olympus to introduce such kind of super telephoto lenses as wildlife photography is certainly one of the main use of MFT gear.
Making Sense Of Olympus Camera Menus Part 1
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How the Olympus PEN-F Stole My Heart (Thedigitalstory).
Panasonic Lumix LX100 4k Recording Overheating Test (Tom Nguyen).
Hit that Sweet Spot with the Dracast BoltRay LED Lights (Explora).
Choosing The Perfect Travel Lens (Adorama Learning Center)
Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 sample gallery (Dpreview).
Christopher: “https://youtu.be/Hr-oz7TwzCQ Here’s a short film shot on the Panasonic GX85 with Cine-D “hack”. Lenses used were the Voigtlander 17.5mm f/0.95, SLR Magic 35mm f/0.95 and the Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 with Metabones Speedbooster XL.”
Mauro: “Hello, I would like to share my complete review (in italian) of the Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 and Leica 12-60 on the very important web magazine Tom’s Hardware: https://www.tomshw.it/panasonic-lumix-gh5-massimo-i-videomaker-non-solo-86613“
As you probably know the Nikon 1 mirrorless system didn’t have that huge success as expected by Nikon. But it seems like Nikon learned the lesson and we will now get a completely new mirrorless system camera with Full Frame sensor. Nikon told at Dpreview:
“While details are confidential, we can say that we are currently developing new mirrorless products that build upon Nikon’s strengths, and offer the performance prospective customers expect, including the ultimate optics performance, image-processing technologies, strength and durability, and operation.”
I am pretty certain this will be a Full Frame system which means it’s not necessarly a direct competitor of the MFT system.