Our friend Andrew tested the video quality of the Panasonic GH1 and the Canon 5D. The review is very detailled and the GH1 performs very well! Read the article at EOSHD: http://www.eoshd.com/content.php?130-EOSHD-shootout-part1-5d-gh1.
Olympus E-PL1 review on engadget
Panasonic will publish the work of local LUMIX amateur photographers alongside professionals in a book that will showcase the best of Australian life. (Buy-n-shoot)
Sigma DP2s tests on DCwatch (google english translation)
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS30 Digital Camera Review (ePhotozine)
The first russian review we ever posted -> Olympus E-PL1 review on nomobile.ru (google english translation)
Olympus Mju Tough 3000 Review (Photographyblog)
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This one is probably a fools day joke. But the author of the rumor seems to be pretty convinced that this is a “real” rumor. I didn’t hear anything about such a camera but beeing a rumor website I will post that
Keep in mind. This rumor has a very high chance to be fake ok?
Source: Aleo Veuliah – dpreview forum.
- The GP1 is a pro camera, weather sealed, all in metal
- 14 megapixels, 12 effective, all ratios, new BL Live MOS sensor
- Iso up to 6400, with true clean 3200 iso, Hi setting to 12800
- Touch screen like the Panasonic G2, New Venus HD III engine
- The design is like the G1 and G2, the EVF is better
- Video Full HD 60 frames at full resolution
- New feature is multi spot metering
- 6 FPS, and a new Pro Manual mode
Aleo please contact me
According to latest studies from SquareTrade “Panasonic is the most reliable camera brand. For both inexpensive cameras under $300 and more expensive models up to $500, Panasonic cameras failed at a substantially lower rate than other brands: 5.3 percent for the cheapies and just 1.9 percent for more expensive models, over the first two years of ownership. That’s well ahead of all competitors and, in the case of Panasonic’s higher-end cameras, better than the failure rate for ultra-pricey DSLR cameras.”
[Thanks Mark and Fabio]
UPDATE: This is not a fools day joke!
One month ago we received a rumor from one single source saying that Fuji has choosen to not join MicroFourThirds. Now photorumors received a new rumor which seems to confirm the rumor I had.
Fujifilm Japan will cease production of F200EXR in May 2010. Also, a new S-Pro series professional camera is currently in planning:
* Not a Micro Four Thirds camera
* Using a 12-Megapixel APS-C SuperCCD EXR Pro sensor
* Possibly incorporating either M-mount (Leica) or F-mount (Nikon)
* Extended 1000% wide dynamic range
* Full HD photos and video with HDMI connection
* Built-in Dual IS image stabilization
* ISO 12,8000″
During the past month I received some rumors about Fuji. I didn’t write you anything because it is not clear what’s happening with Fuji. My “feeling” is that Fuji will play a role together with Olympus sooner or later…