I just received this mail from Noktor: “Senko, Navitar, Yakumo, etc all re-brand their lenses from a single japanese optical company. They do not make the lenses. The Noktor lens is slightly different in mechanical design, and has a different internal anti-reflective coating as well.“
Olympus E-PL1 presentation in czech language
SLR video camera accessories’ sales grow with popularity (usatoday)
New weekly japanese sales rankings at bcnranking.jp
Some E-P2 High Iso tests at Pixinfo
The Beginner’s Guide to Photography Terminology (ThePhoBlographer)
Giz Explains: Why ISO Is the New Megapixel (Gizmodo)
Today DEAL: Panasonic GF1 with 20mm f/1.7 Aspherical Lens. In Stock for $899 (via amazon!)
DxO mark just posted their latest sensor test of the Panasonic GF1 and Olympus E-P2. As expected there is only a marginal difference.
Just for fun I added a link to the triple comparison between the GF1+E-P2+the new Canon 550D (T2i).
The Notkor 50mm f/0.95 lens for MicroFourThirds is very similar to the three lenses pictured above. I looked around the web and that’s the info I found about the three lenses. Feel free to add your links by commenting this post.
Flickr image samples of the Yakumo 50mm f/0.95 lens
UPDATE: We added the links to Amazon Deutschland. Interesting -> the blue version seems to be not available in Europe.
Olympus SEMA-1 Mic Adapter Set for Olympus E-PL1: