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March 22, 2015
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Weekly 43rumors readers pictures roundup.


Ouria Tadmor

1) You can share your pics by using the message box on our 43rumors Facebook page (Click here).
2) All 43rumors readers pictures can be seen here: Like the pictures you like and chat with the authors if you want to know how they took the shot!
3) The most liked pictures and some pics selected by myself will be posted weekly on 43rumors

This is the weekly selection:
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March 21, 2015
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A bit of everything…

Emeric: This is my latest short film shot with Panasonic GH4 and the SLR Anamorphot x1,33

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II review at Techradar.
Olympus EM5 Mark II, Lone Pine and Mt Whitney (Diglloyd).
Selfie contest to win the E-Pl7 at Fotopus.
E-M5II – Sternenlicht-Modus (Pen And Tell).
CM1 test at
KOWA Prominar 8.5mm F2.8 image samples at Mapcamera.
E-M5II test at Fengniao.

Anonymous:The E-M5 plus 12-40mm f/2.8 together can be bought for less than US$900 in Australia. (Amazon price at this time is $999 for the lens alone). Details here.

Jetomr:The latest update from DXO Optics Pro 10 (10.3) is now able to workshop with Oly E-PL7 RAW files. Mostly of the common body-lenses profiles are also packed in.

Shaun:I created this commercial video for a Veterinary College using the Lumix GH4, the GH3, and a collection of Micro 4/3 Lenses from Lumix and Olympus.


March 20, 2015
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Also the new 8mm Fisheye PRO lens lands on the Matching Simulator.


The Four Thirds group just added the yet unreleased new 8mm Fisheye PRO lens on their Matching Simulator (Click here). Play with it!

Found via FourThirdsSystem Twitter.

March 20, 2015
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Adobe Camera RAW and Silkypix add E-M5II support.

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The new Adbe Camera RAW adds support for the E-M5II and GF7. You can download it here for MAC and Windows. And Silkypix added support for the E-M5II.

March 18, 2015
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A bit of everything…

Dusk with the 2x SLR Magic Anamorphot

Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8 Lens Review at Fotozones.
Ikelite housing for the GX7 (Ikelite)
Metabones Speedbooster + Sigma 150-600mm= 850 mm f/4 (CameraStuffReview).
FL-LM3 is compatible with GM5/LX100 (Dpreview forum).
Free promotion for one of our friends who created a new APP: SCNX is the Photography App for the purist who loves to tell Visual Stories (here on iTunes).

Dario Viola:A 500mm f8 zeiss mirotar on the field, Contax CY mount the lens is a mirror tele photo, so very compact, no iris control so is fix on f8, complicate focusing, but it delivers an interesting image:

Vassilios Zacharitsev:In light of the E-M5 mk2 introduction: a discussion of today’s shifting camera sensor technology, and going beyond the obvious image stabilization capabilities in the near future:

R.J. DeGuzman‎43rumors:Got my E-M5mk2 in yesterday and the rear dial didn’t work! D’oh! Oly shooters be sure to check your dials. With all the free time I had, because I didn’t have a fully functioning camera to play around with, I made a quick video clip:

Stefano:If you want new example video with olympus omd em5 II, Full HD 1080 24p All-Intra? Just here

Nathan:I’m Nate Cowlishaw, photographer, with 50,000 followers on Instagram @talking_tree. My Instagram community inspired me start a Kickstarter project and with no marketing budget we reached $8,000+ in just a few days:
For the last 15 years I’ve been working on a portfolio focused on the Desert Southwest. The Kickstarter project will help me reach a finale. I am doing this 9,500 mile, 65-90 day photography expedition with my Suzuki Vitara in Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Luisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Colorado. I will be taking unique photos that combine human culture & natural environments because in reality, humanity is truly inseparable from these natural landscapes. I wanted to make this available to a wider audience than just my followers and thought it might fit for your readers. Hope you enjoy it.


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