New MFT reviews roundup!

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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH3 25mm f1.4 from Marcel Gothow on Vimeo.

Time to catch up with MFT reviews posted recently on the web:

SLR Magic 35mm T1.4 rolling review part 1 (Lenspron).
Twice Nirvana: Lumix X Vario 35-100mm F2.8 Review at Frugalfilmmakers.
Olympus 17mm image samples at Nikkei.
Lens Test Panasonic Lumix GX 12-35mm f2.8 OIS at Cameraergonomics and at Sansmirror.
E-PL5 review at ThePhoBlographer, Digitalcamerareview and at ePhotozine.
Jack and Jill went up the hill with the OM-D (Jamesharold).
E-PM2 test at Pixinfo.
Hands on Review of the Olympus 60mm f-2.8 Macro Lens (TheDigitalStory).

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  • richk

    What’s with the annoying referral to “Google Reader” when I click on the the link to the Camera Labs review? Not just annoying, but there’s no way to easily click out of it. Probably earned you .0002 cents for the two times I tried the link. I guess it’s worth it to you, but certainly not to me.

    That’s my .0002 cents worth.

  • jan

    Berlin? Nice impression. Panasonic Leica 1,4/25 mm was a good choice.

  • avds

    I’m perplexed with Thom Hogan’s review of the 12-35. It runs contrary to most other reviews and to SLR Gear precise measurements which I don’t have the slightest reason to not trust. Too bad he doesn’t provide any pictures and/or measurements to illustrate his points. I always like to read a few reviews that go against the mainstream which can often be over enthusiastic, but as it is, this review just looks weird and hard to believe.

  • Esrhan

    There sure isn’t a lack of these type of videos on Vimeo. People pay for rather expensive gear and lenses, shoot quite the mundane footage, slap on a generic piece of music and what’s the end result? These are camera tests at best and at the same time people always say the site doesn’t do justice to the exported file. I wonder when someone will actually plug in an external microphone on the camera and shoot something worth watching for other than technical reasons?

  • peevee

    Admin, the link to the CameraLabs review is broken.

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