More MFT reviews and GH3 iPhone APP demonstrations.

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On top you can watch the video from Discovermirrorless showing the iPhone GH3 APP connection. Looks cool!

New MFT reviews:
E-PL5 review at PcMag and PocketLint.
Last light with Olympus E-PL5 (Soundimagesplus).
G5 at Camerastuffreview.
Olympus E-PL5 Pen Camera Unboxing & Video Intro at Photographyreview.
E-M5 got the best score at Fotomagazine.
Panasonic 35-100mm f/2.8 test by Jordan Steele.
Panasonic 12-35 mm f/2.8 – hands on review by Thefatbears.
60mm macro test at Optyczne.
45mm lens test at Nikkey (translation here).

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  • http://www.43rumors.com/members/dimsal/ avds

    Admin, Jordan Steele’s review is actually here instead of the forum link you gave:
    http://admiringlight.com/blog/review-panasonic-lumix-g-vario-35-100mm-f2-8-x-ois/

    (but htanks anyway :))

    • admin

      Fixed! Thanks! :)

      • Ryan

        The forum post says the 40-150 2.8 is a constant and mentions a 300mm prime and a 14-40 zoom :)…true? who knows but it would be great news

  • http://www.43rumors.com/members/jshaw6000/ Jshaw6000

    This app is also available for Android too. Just thought I’d make that clear.

  • Chris

    What an annoying guy, I-goofyness at its best.

  • Heat Legend

    That is a feature I will literally never use once.

    • Anonymous

      Yet, you come here to leave that comment For……?

      Nice app by the way, I’m sure many GH3 owners will use it.

  • http://www.43rumors.com/members/xholger/ x_holger

    The test of the 45-175 on ephotozine.com was published on 9th December 2011.

    What’s new about that?

  • Anonymous

    I’m going to use it for wildlife photography. Set the camera up on a tripod close in on a place I know animals will visit (say, a bird feeder), and then wait either out of sight or far enough away that the animals are comfortable being near the camera. Then take pictures remotely.

  • Anonymous

    very usefull if you want to remotly check the progress of timelapse shoots… Its a very important feature and is the start of an imaging revolution. Just the very very start!

  • http://wwww.adventurerob.com AdventureRob

    Great feature. I’d love to have a live feed from my OMD to my iPad.

    I think this is especially useful with the power zooms, being able to zoom in remotely is very cool, we just need a remote tripod head next to alter the angle (I believe one is available and funded via kickstarter for time lapse)

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