October 5, 2009
Posted in Rumors

Quesabesde compares the GF1 and the E-P1


Our friends from quesabesde compared the Panasonic GF1 with the Olympus E-P1. You can read the text in Spanish: or English (google translation). They have a lot of pictures of both camera bodies and some ISO comparisons. It is worth to read their thoughts!

If you want to see where you can buy the GF1 see the continuely updated shops table

October 5, 2009

a little bit of everything…

Rolling Shutter compared: D90 vs 5D mark II vs GH1 vs 7D from Mike Kobal on Vimeo.


photofocus interviewed Eli Reed (a magnum photographer which usually uses Olympus cameras.http://photofocus.com/2009/10/04/interview-with-eli-reed/

1001noisycameras shows many graphs about camera releases in 2009

Dcresource reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1!

October 4, 2009
Posted in reviews

Olympus E-P1 reviewed by popphoto.


We havn’t forgotten the Olympus ! Popphoto just released their latest review: http://www.popphoto.com/Reviews/Cameras/Camera-Test-Olympus-E-P1

October 4, 2009
Posted in Rumors

(a long term rumor) Olympus is working on a completely new simultaneus HDR System.

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UPDATE: Sorry guys we posted the wrong patent link and wrong text before! Here you have the right one: http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=dwS_AAAAEBAJ&dq=Olympus+camera

This is the famous TrineCCD. Olympus designed a camera system which uses 3 CCD sensor and can archieve true color and MAYBE simultaneus HDR.

A old false leak shows the E-5(?) using Trine CCD:

October 3, 2009
Posted in news

Las Vegas Bellagio Fountain at Night (5D2 + GH1)

Las Vegas Bellagio Fountain at Night (5D2 + GH1) from Uwe Steinmueller on Vimeo.


: 1080p 24p from a very light Gitzo tripod
5D2: 1080p 30p with camera resting on a wall


– Transcoding to ProRes HQ in Neoscene for GH1 and Quicktime for the 5D2
– Edited in Final Cut Pro (5D2 converted to 24p in FCP timeline)
– Some brightness corrections (GH1 show often dense shadows)

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