The Panasonic Nocticron 42.5 f/1.2 for Micro 4/3
Our friend Amos chapples just sent us this: “Today the Atlantic published a gallery of photos form St. Petersburg – camera of choice? The old GF5! (And Olympus and Panny lenses).
Will: “For the past few months I’ve been developing and prototyping a small velcro pouch that fits inside of camera bags. It’s now for sale, and I thought you guys might be interested. Photos and more info can be found here: http://www.photographerspouch.com”
James: “Working on this new Web site…http://www.microfourthirdsphotography.info”
Roy: “Let me share with you and your readers the amazing performance of Olympus’ 60mm f/2.8 Macro lens when I shot some flowers. And gladly informing you and some of them returned me with amazing value and customer-satisfaction. I have put down my experience in my blog: http://www.samudranil.in/blog/?id=80360742941”
Felix: “I just got my new E-M5 a few weeks ago and wrote about my first impressions – in german though. Long sentence short: Olympus’s menue is confusing and the buttons don’t seem button-like. The Image-Stabilisator is just unbelievable crazy. After all I like it and for me it is a big step over the Pana G3. My last four blog-posts are all taken with the E-M5 and the oly 45 (mostly) or Pana 14-42kit. I shot during “Fasching” in Karlsruhe. A crazy tradition hier in Germany, where you try to chase off winter with a lot of noise (and candy and witches). http://fotooase.com/fotografie/2014/3/fasching-in-sw“