Our reader SAM spotted a weird new MFT camera. It’s the eyemore live which appears to be on sale in China only. This INternet Broadcast camera has been produced by Shenzhen Eye Technology. The camera gets controlled via iPhone App.
Patrik: “There is always alot of talk about fullframe vs m43 in different forums. I owned a a7 and a gx7, and was able to lend a em1mk2. Here are some raw files from both the em1mk2+12-40/2.8, gx7+12-40/2.8 and a7+24-70/4. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tqhi278u4d3x6mv/AACKBzGXfQp-XKLqAmBWp9qQa?dl=0 I tried to make the same kind of frame using the same kind of settings (sometime manual, some times P, A or S). Maybe it is a good compare, maybe not. I’ll just let the viewer decide 🙂 ”
The German folks over at Photozone tested the Olympus 12-100mm lens:
There are many ways to judge the results of the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-100mm f/4 IS PRO. If you want to phrase it in a negative way, you may call it a jack of all trades and a master of none. However, that’s unfair really. You could also argue that it doesn’t show any true weakness and that’s quite something considering the range. More so than the charts, the provided sample images may show that you can use this lens at pretty much all relevant settings with very good results at the wide end and still good results at the extreme long end. Lateral CAs are no issue. Vignetting and distortions are handled nicely (albeit somewhat lossy) via image auto-correction. And the quality of the bokeh is pretty decent for a zoom lens.
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