Egami spotted a new Sigma patent disclosing a special Micro Four Thirds 25mm lens design. There is a compact 25mm f/1.8 lens and a much brighter 25mm f/1.2 lens. I believe it’s highly unlikely that Sigma will make that lens for real. There is a much bigger chance they will sell the patent to Olympus or Panasonic. I certainly like the idea to get a 25mm f/1.2 lens!
10 Things You Should Know Before Buying a Slider for the Panasonic GH4 (Suggestionofmotion).
An awesome *awesome* adapter which allows you to remotely control f-stop *AND* focus too! (4Kshooters).
Zuiko 300mm f/2.8 ED on my E-M1 to shoot action sports (Surflove).
Olympus Image Share App And OM-D E-M5 II – IT WORKS!!! – HDR, Forget It! (Soundimagesplus).
Lensbaby Velvet 56mm f/1.6 real-world sample gallery posted (Dpreview).
Italian E-M5II test at Tomshw.
E-M5II test by Gizmodo Japan.
Chris: “Here’s a short promo I shot for a small town in BC, Canada. Shot on a Panasonic Lumix G6 with a few vintage Pentax lenses. https://vimeo.com/120329833”
Ingmar: “This is our contribution for the shortfilm festival “Dogs, Bones and Catering” in Dresden. The shortfilm was shot on a GH-4 and a GX-7 and finished within 40 hours. https://vimeo.com/122897233”
Adobe (Click here) announced the new Lightroom CC (cloud) or Lightroom 6 (standalone). It adds plenty of features like Facial Recognition, new panorama, new brushes for graduated and radial filters, more slideshow options, HDR (high dynamic range), as well as significant speedups (up to 1000% faster!). Also the mobile APP of Lightroom got improved with segmented view, easier rating method, improved crop and copy and paste modus. Here are the preorder links:
Lightroom CC (cloud version) at Adobe (Click here).
Lightroom 6 (standalone version) at Adobe (Click here), Adorama (Click here), BHphoto (Click here).
John NG reported at Goosiam that he found a GH4 camera wrapped in a Nauticam housing. The camera got spotted in a small hole at 18.5 meter under the water. John was quite surprised to find out that the housing resisted for more than three months under the sea and the GH4 camera was still working fine!
He contacted the Nauticam company and they got in contact with the camera owner by tracking back the serial number from the case.
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