December 2, 2009
Posted in Rumors, rumor_list

(FT4) Rumors: Things are not as quiet as you may think! New Olympus FourThirds camera in Q1!

As you may have noticed we haven’t post many rumors in the past weeks. One of the reasons is that we do not expect a new camera or lenses announcement before February. Anyway we are receiving first rumors about future Olympus stuff. What we can say for now is that it is very likely that Olympus will announce a new camera in Q1. And we strongly believe it will be a FourThirds camera! We are not certain if it will be the E-620 or E-30 or E-3 successor.

If you know something about the camera feel free to contact us at or use the contact form on the right sidebar!

We hope to know more soon!

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December 2, 2009

a little bit of everything…

Earth: Art of a Changing World (video made with the !)

letsgodigital tested the Olympus FE-5020
Olympus Camera Wins CES Innovation Award
How much do the Kodak next-generation 50-MP CCD image sensor cost? $3,500.00 per unit!
Capture One gains Panasonic G-series support (source: dpreview)
Will the E-P2 be available in China in March 2010 only?
Today deals:
- Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 Lens in Stock at amazon for $399!
- Panasonic GF1 Camera with 20mm f/1.7 Lens In stock in Amazon on December 13, 2009!

December 2, 2009
Posted in news, news_list

UPDATED with image samples -> New Gizmon Fisheye lens tested on the E-P1


Interesting, the japanese blog tested the new GIZMON Fisheye on the E-P1. Read the google english translation. The Lens itself is priced at ¥ 18,000 ($206 or 140 EUR) and sales begins on December 15.

Checke the Gizmon website for more news (Read the japanese text or google english translation).


Uh, and important, the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 Lens is back in Stock at amazon US (sold by amazon for $399).

December 1, 2009
Posted in news

Dpreview posts a “Beginners Guide to HD Video in digital cameras”

The Panasonic


Dpreview wrote a “Beginner guide for HD Video in digital cameras“. It is well written and easy to understand.

For those of you interested in professional publications I always found the BBC website to be the best choice:

P.S: Check this website if you are interested in digital photography tutorials

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