October 6, 2015
Posted in Rumors

What’s next from Panasonic? Organic sensor, FF camera, GH5….


The Panasonic-Leica 100-400mm f/4.0-6.3 lens is coming in Spring 2016

In 2015 Panasonic announced the G7, GF7 and GX8. And I do not expect them to announce any other MFT camera this year. So what’s coming as next?

What’s highly likely to come in 2016:
1) The Panasonic-Leica 100-400mm f/4.0-6.3 in Spring
2) GH5 sometimes in 2016
3) New GM camera sometimes in 2016

What’s Panasonic is also doing:
1) Strenghten the partnership with Leica and make many parts of their new Leica SL T-mount Full Frame mirrorless autofocus camera.
2) Develop the organic sensor with Fuji
3) Develop new fast MFT prime lenses

What could be the surprises?
1) The launch of an organic sensor camera
2) The official join of the Leica T-mount system with their own branded Panasonic FF camera and lenses
3) Extension of the Noctilux f/1.2 prime lens series

And you, what are you hoping to see from Panasonic in 2016?

October 6, 2015
Posted in news

Adobe adds Lightroom support on the new Olympus E-M10 Mark II.


Bildschirmfoto 2015-10-05 um 20.13.12

Adobe now added full Lightroom support for the new E-M10II. They also added a Lens Profile for the Voigtlander MFT 10.5mm f/0.95 Nokton lens.

Full info about it here: blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2015/10/lightroom-cc-2015-2-now-available.html

Lightroom CC at Adobe (Click here).
Lightroom 6 at Adobe (Click here), Adorama (Click here), BHphoto (Click here).

October 5, 2015
Posted in news

The Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 “soap” lens will cost 1399 Euro and ship in February.



After a highly successful Kickstarter campaign Meyer announced that it will ship the 100mm f/2.8 MFT lens in February for a price of 1399 Euro. Preorders are open at meyer-optik-goerlitz.com/kickstarter_trioplan/.

The lens main flair is the “soap” effect. Two image samples can be seen here:

October 5, 2015
Posted in news

Transcend releases new water-shock-freeze-hot-xray-proof SD card series :)



If you travel a lot and work in harsh condition those brand new Transcend cards are definitely for you. Their new UHS-II U3 SD card is super well built and is:
– waterproof. Resists for 30minute in water in-depth up to 1m (IS IPX7 equivalent test)
– freeze proof down to -25 Celsius
– hot proof up to 85 Celsius
– Electrostatic immunity (complies with the EMC IEC61000-4-2, and has resistance to static electricity.)
– Resistance and X-ray (ISO7816-1 compliant, will not be affected by the X-ray inspection of the airport!)
And shock resistance

There is yet no info about release nor any preorder option. But the cards are rumored to cost 1500 Euro the 64GB and 900 Euro the 32GB.


Price info via DSLRmagazine.


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