March 25, 2010
Posted in reviews

Panasonic G2 -> ISO test photos JPG vs RAW 100% crops


A dpreview forum user had the chance to test the Panasonic G2. He made a ISO comparison using Lightroom 3 beta-2 and G2 firmware 0.2. Probably the image quality will improove a little bit with the final firmware. Take a look here:

March 25, 2010
Posted in Rumors

Will the Samsung NX5 be the first GF1/PEN competitor?

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Every day we have new rumors about the next Samsung NX camera. Today first possible NX5 specs have been published.
The real question is: will the NX5 be the first compact NX camera?

NX5 specs:
-NX mount
-14MPx CMOS sensor
-ISO 100-3200
-Built-in flash (GN10)
-3″ 230K LCD display
-Video HD720p/30fps (H.264)
-Audio mono
-HDMI/AV/MicroUSB connection
-SD slot

Non-built in EVF, same NX10 battery, manual control.

NX5 + 30mm = $599
NX5 + 18-55mm non-OIS = $549
NX5 + 20-50mm non-OIS = $499 (late 2010)

March 25, 2010
Posted in news

Curious: Sanyo presents the…GH2!

As you know Panasonic owns Sanyo since 2009. So it is a little bit strange that Sanyo unveiled their latest GH2 full-HD cam. Why has Sanyo/Panasonic choosen that name? Does it mean that the next Panasonic GH1 successor will have a different name?
There must be some reason behind that choice…

March 25, 2010

a little bit of everything…(and Panasonic G2 tested in Dubai)

Video interview with UK product manager

One of our readers just sent us the link to the following flickr page: This are pictures taken with a pre-production Panasonic G2 (few taken from the airplane window!).
InVisage Technologies and the new sensor “No, You Will Not Be Able to Shoot a Wedding on a Cell Phone” (ThePhoblographer)
New Panasonic GF1 bag spotted on (google english translation)
Adobe will release CS 5 on April 12, 2010 (photorumors)

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