Panasonic FZ1000 Shooter’s Report Part I (Imaging Resource).
First wedding with the EM1 by Sergio Muscat.
A talented coder named Jonathan has made the first hacking tool for Olympus camera’s. It allows flashing of modified firmwares onto the EM-10. http://lightsnowdev.blogspot.de
Olympus 60mm Macro Lens pics on Flickr.
Lawrence: “I’m a filmmaker that shoots Micro Four Thirds cameras and I recently shot a short film on the GH4 to submit to HBO’s Project Green Light. I didn’t see anything in the rules preventing me from sharing the video online so I uploaded it to YouTube and thought I would share it with you and my fellow readers. I am hoping the 4/3 Rumors community will enjoy it and support the film by sharing it, tweeting about it, blogging about it even screaming from the rooftops. Here’s a YouTube link.
Boon: “This is a video I have shot with a full-spectrum Olympus OMD EM-5, to show flowers in UV and the light spectrum that some insects see in. http://myphotojourney.co.uk/insect-d-sight-video/”
Justin: “http://vimeo.com/m/97385677. It’s a link to a video test of the Metabones Speed Booster Canon EF to M4/3 (not for the BMPCC) prototype on the Lumix GH4. Pretty excited for it and I hope it has fast and reliable autofocus (:”
Jessica: “…found this really creepy Mannequin website taken with Olympus and Panasonic m43 cameras http://iseemannequins.com”
Jessica again “Not a rumor but just saw that the blog at http://footlessfish.com/ has been updated (last 3 posts) with some really great photos taken with the Nocticron 42.5mm lens on the GH4/EM1 and some amazing underwater macro with a Nauticam Super Macro Converter and Olympus 60mm lens.”
Marc: “My latest work shot with an Olympus E-M5 and the Olympus 25mm 1.8 lens. It’s a shop in Brussels left pretty much unchanged since the early 1960′s. Here is a link: http://marcprovins.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/golden-scissors.html”