Here is a roundup of links sent by 43rumors readers. Reminder: You can send me links to your sites or even full articles to be posted on 43rumors by contacting me (Ale) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Gerhard: “I had a great week in Burma in June, documenting Australian photographer Jack Picone using the fairly new Fujifilm X100S in Burma, which some people, still refer and prefer to call Myanmar. I travel to Myanmar, from my base in Bangkok, roughly every second month, especially since the country is experiencing a speedy but bumpy transition. I used the Lumix GH3 with the Lumix 12-35mm f2.8 lens. The GH3 has worked great so far, except I had had both my GH3’s cleaned, due to dust on sensor. Also the flip out EVF, became very lose on one of the GH3, so I had to have it replaced. So feel free to post it on your blog. http://jorenfilms.com/videos/jack-picone-in-myanmar-shooting-with-fujifilm-x100s/”
Mike: “I wanted to share my recent video project with you: http://vimeo.com/hedgepigtheatre/playboy. Mostly shot on my Panasonic GH3 along with a few stock video shots, the footage has been heavily post-processed to give the appearance of VHS, albeit in high definition. The video is designed to be a spoof tourism film, which is promoting a play for a local theatre company in York, England.”
Darren: “I posted this review on YouTube just over a month ago, it’s been viewed slightly north of 700 views and it has garnered 19 likes and no dislikes – for whatever that’s worth. You can find the ‘real world’ review here: http://youtu.be/tVMzQNy5Mfw“
JJ Semple: “A link to a recent trip during which we used the Oly E-PL5, the iPhone 4S, and the iPad 3, as the situation warranted: http://jjsemplephotography.blogspot.com/2013/06/europe-doesnt-seem-so-bedraggled.html”
Anonymous: “I recently re-launched a newly designed version of my NYFalls.com website, which features waterfalls, lakes, and other great locations to shoot in Upstate New York. The photography has been all done on Olympus 4/3 cameras: E300, E510, E30, E620, and E5.”
Grant: “We have a simple review of what it’s like to travel for 6 weeks with a large om-d kit : http://thisisnotaprint.blogspot.com“
Lisandra: “Im an admin over at e-p1.net and im a working pro with micro 43s. The reason im writing you is because I recently discovered the omd em5 goes below iso 200 on occasions when you use flash. It goes as low as iso 80!! Other members tried it and got iso 160 and 100 so its not just my camera!. Heres a link to the discussion, the photo, and screen grabs from lightroom that show the iso 80 metadata. Feel free to use the photo, it has the metadata intact. If you post it ill contribute to the comments and wny questions your users might have: http://e-p1.net/coffee-talk/em5-does-iso-80/msg105374/?topicseen#new”
Light Blaster: “Our Light Blaster is finally alive and kicking. I am attaching the regular mail below. If you could help spread the word with your blogs I would be grateful here is the announcement link: http://www.diyphotography.net/light-blaster-reality-altering-strobe-based-projector”
Irfan: “https://vimeo.com/68496199 Movie: Micro Four Thirds “Baseball”. Camera ~ Lumix GH3 Series”
Pasha: “Just saw your article on the sigma 18-35/f1.8. Its understandble that sigma does not want to invest in 4/3 but im still using 4/3 gear with e410 e420 and e520 and some lenses (50/2 11-22/2.8-3.5 and sigma 30/1.4 and 105/2.8) along with three fl36 and in most cases that is enough for me.Im shooting with this gear for 6 years now, and i have won quiet a few awards here in greece, along with a national geographic award for best portrait, so you can do quiet a few things with this old gear. You can check my work here www.koroviev.com”
Christian: “Hello! I would like to submit you a fashion editorial I made with the OM-D. The lenses used are 12mm f2, 17mm f1.8, 75mm f1.8. You can find it from page 40, it is called Rear Journalist. Hope you like it!
Mathieu: “Hi, we thought you might be interested in sharing our article about using the Pen E-P5’s fast shutter speed (1/8000) and low ISO (100) as a way of achieving a shallow depth of field in bright sunlight without the need for ND filters. http://www.bestmirrorlesscamerareviews.com”
Didier: “Je suis votre blog et tenais à vous donner cette info. Je viens de recevoir le collier, c’est du bon travail et cela peut intéresser les utilisateurs du Panasonic 100-300mm que j’utilise en concert et autre lorsque je ne veux pas trimbaler mon 600mm Canon. lien : http://www.roesch-feinmechanik.de/29701.html J’ai trouvé ce collier par hasard et le produit mérite une plus grand diffusion.”
Thanks you all again!