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LUMIX LX100 | Behind the scenes of a photo shoot on the streets of Berlin

Panasonic Lumix LX100 review at Admiringlight.
GH4 review at Camerahoarders.
Mirrorless Photography, Learning to Fly (Fridaysushi).
Kowa Promiser group on Facebook.
Daniele Ceva “Assaggaiazioni” (Vimeo).

Daniel:Your readers might be interested in my recent work with polar bears and my first test of the 4K Photo Mode with the GH4 and 100-300mm zoom. Here’s a link: http://naturalexposures.com/lumix-gh4s-4k-photo-mode-publishable-stills-video-finally/

Sam:New APS-C 25mm f/1.4 CCTV lens user review: http://samgoldphotos.blogspot.com/2014/11/user-review-aps-c-25mm-f14.html

Heather & Mat:I thought you might be interested in our recent interview with Andre T. Nygen who uses the GX7 to shoot up-and-coming actors and actresses in Los Angeles. His work is absolutely gorgeous. http://www.bestmirrorlesscamerareviews.com/2014/11/21/photographing-the-stars-with-the-lumix-gx7-interview-with-andre-t-nygen/

Anonymous:I have had my copy of the Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro lens for three days. I mounted the lens on an Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera body [with firmware V2.1], and I quickly discovered a bug in the AF. If you focus on a subject a few feet away, the AF will work fine, but if the next shot is a distance subject, AF will fail until you have tried it [i.e. pressing the shutter release halfway down] as many as three times. Doing these steps in reverse, that is, distant subject to near subject has the same problem. I was about to report this bug to Olympus when I discovered that they now have a new camera firmware release V2.2. I installed V2.2 in my E-M1 camera and tested the AF again. Amazingly, the problem was fixed. Bravo to Olympus for staying on top of their firmware fixes.

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  • Salty

    The APS-C 25mm f/1.4 CCTV looks promising, I’ve had some fun with the swirly bokeh of the cheap CCTV one.

    • did not see good samples for the swirly effect,very small lens..i assume the vignetting is dominant?

  • Duffy

    Excellent video with Bernie Dechant. He has an incredible eye and great timing. Thanks for sharing!

  • Interesting Andre Nygen interview

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