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DigitalRev TV – Amsterdam Special Pt. 3 (feat. Olympus 17mm f1.8, Fujifilm X100S and PhaseOne)

A couple of 43rumors reader created the first 43rumors Flickr group (Click here). Join and share your pics!!!

Panasonic G6 review at ePhotozine.
Is the Olympus Pen E-P5 the first CSC with a 1/8000th top shutter speed? (FourThirdsUser).
Panasonic LF1 photos at Photographyblog and ePhotozine.
Regisseur Oliver Tietgen dreht für Fettes Brot mit einer LUMIX GH3 (Panasonic Germany).
E-P5 pictures at Pantip.
The OMD design patent at FreePatentsOnline (.pdf).

Shattered Glass:After reading your blog and watching many of the videos you share, I thought I might send you a video of mine dealing with the SLR Magic 12mm and 25mm Hyperprime lenses. I’ve seen next to nothing about the 25mm on YouTube, and on my video I shared your post about the SLR magic being sharper than the Nokton Voigtlander. Anyway, I hope my video can help out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HjgWypeUpE

Ivan: Hi there! I made a short clip using with GH3 and Fujian 25mm 1.4 CCTV lens. With some work in post this combination gives you vintage, almost anamorphic feel. Given the price of the lens ($20 on ebay) I think everyone should have it. Here’s the video: https://vimeo.com/67524039

Edward:Thought I’d share my set of pictures from the new Sigma 60mm 2.8 “Art” lens. Previously I have owned the first gen 19mm and 30mm 2.8’s and were very impressed with all their lens qualities but found more suitable replacements in the shape of faster f stop options. This lens however is a real keeper as it’s quite the alternative to the 75mm 1.8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/comedyshots/sets/72157634014718030/ I’m a professional that has made the switch to Micro Four Thirds in a big way. All I miss is the slightly more instant shutter release and the battery life. The IQ absolutely surpasses my Canon 7D. edshots.co.uk

Jerry:Its not a rumor, its bug in Olympus E-PL5 when you shutting photos with hi aperture value (for example F12 in A or M) with flash, the live view shows totaly black picture (doesnt simulate flash). Its almost impossible to make composition… I think the problem also exist in P etc. but its mostly visible in A or M. View on the screen should simulate all conditions also flash should be simmulated. Im still waiting for any feedback form olympus tech.

Joe:I don’t remember if I ever shared this, but I shot this with the GH2 and the Olympus 45mm. Lit with a Profoto in a medium softbox camera right out the window, as well as a Profoto in a stripbox camera left for rim. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosiamo/8731665744/in/photostream/ You can see more of my Micro 4/3 work at http://www.fotosiamo.com

Don:more ep5 shots https://plus.google.com/photos/113803788626868279965/albums/5876938853457982369

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  • jlw518

    Jerry: Your EPL5 dark screen at high aperture setting with flash sounds like a connection problem, or maybe a settings problem. My EPM2 works fine at high f values….it sounds like the lens is not keeping the aperture blades open on your camera before you press the shutter; perhaps you should try cleaning the lens/body contacts and try again?

    -J

    • Keith

      Simulating flash realistically is impossible with current tech, but you CAN get a usable image on the LCD regardless of exposure settings by enabling “Live View Boost” in the settings menu.

  • Ranger 9

    “Doesn’t simulate flash”? I don’t think any live-view EVF has ever claimed to simulate flash. How could it?

    • GS1

      +1
      to support this feature, we would need some kine of 3D rendering

  • Anonymous

    Jackar 34mm ƒ/1.8 Review by the Phoblographer just posted today: http://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/02/27/review-jackar-snapshooter-34mm-f1-8-micro-four-thirds/

  • FIVE STARS

    Wow… ePhotozine really liked the G6. And for the price, it is a camera to get. Question is, how long will it take for Amazon or B&H to get one? Late June will probably be late August for us in the states.

    • Yeah lots of people on flickr talking about upgrading to the G6 from older Mft cameras :)

  • kl

    Interesting read on the 1/8000s shutter claim. In simplified marketing terms, Samsung indeed is the first to do that with NX20. I remember they had another model with 1/6000s.

  • Interesting lens, this 60mm f/2.8 from Sigma, I just wish more of the photos were shot wideopen where it counts(the full and halfbody shots, not just closeups).

  • MarcoSartoriPhoto

    Ulli, you asked me for a photo taken with SLR50mm f0.95 wide open, here it is, RAW out of camera.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcosartoriphoto/8998895150/

    Thanks Admin for the Flickr shout out! I hope many readers will join.

    • wow you still remember, great sample, indeed as i expected this 50mm has cool bokeh rendering.Thanks Marco!

  • Anonymous

    This DigitalRev video is a Waste of time, shoddly shot, pointless and so.. well .. whatever. Ar least their sponsor, KLM will be happy.

    • I can’t imagine saying to watch Alamby is a waste of time.

    • Anonymous

      Ha …DigitalRev is great …maybe pointless to you but relevant to many who like a honest opinion on photography gear …as evidenced by the sponsorship by KLM and Cathay.

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