a little bit of everything…(new Panasonic GF1 and G10 review)


bokeh re/make (GH1 + C-mount Angenieux F0.95 25mm (click here to see the price and specs of the lens on eBay)

Voigtländer news:
– According to Photoscala Voigtländer future lenses could have electrical contacts!
Luminous Landscape: “I would expect many of their other excellent and reasonably priced lenses to become available in M4/3 mount in the days ahead. This is a major boost for the format.”
– Read the user reaction on Rangefinderforum

Panasonic GF1 Review at Photographybay

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ45 Review (Photographyblog)

Olympus PEN E-P2  review at PCworld

Amateur Photographer tested the Panasonic G10

  • Greg

    Well, about the electrical contacts they’re just extrapolating from the press release we’ve all read so nothing new under the sun ;)

  • WT21

    Wow! An EP2 and GF1 review. Really fantastic!!!

    C’mon m43 team. Sony is really exploding, and meanwhile no EP3 rumor. If all Photokina shows us is a new E3 successor, then I might try out a Sony.

  • Eric

    You say in the future Voigtlander lenses may have electrical contacts; so I assume that means the new 25mm does not have contacts? If so that’s a huge bummer for such a pricey lens. I actually enjoy manually focusing with EVF’s, but I prefer the lens automatically trigger the 7x focus mode when you move the focus ring.

    Of course Olympus could fix this problem if they’s set their cameras up so that the 7x zoom mode can be activated with a half shutter press.

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