I hope this isn’t an error: You can grab a brand new Panasonic GH3 for $799 only(!) at Uniquephoto (Click here and add it to cart to see the price). That’s $200 less than the already $300 discounted price from Amazon US. It costs you only $100 more than the G6 and $50 more than the GM1 with kit lens. Amazing!
The video on top is Blunty’s full Panasonic Gm1 review. And also Cameras.reviewed (Click here) posted their final GM1 review:
“Considering how well it did in our lab tests, it’s light on price, too. For the same cost as an RX100 II, you get a bigger sensor, better image quality, and great lens compatibility. Either as a premium entry point or a companion camera, the GM1 delivers adorable good looks paired with admirable performance at a reasonable price.”
P.S.: Some new image samples at Fotopolis.
43rumors reader Jan asked Schneider when they expect to release the MFT lenses. This is their official answer that supports the rumor we posted a while ago:
Many thanks for your interest in our M43 lens.
From today’s perspective the lens is expected in 2014.
Thank you for your kind understanding and patience.
As I told you before there may be some changes on the original lens specs (14mm f/2.0 the 30mm f/1.4 and the Macro 60mm f/2.4). And I secretly hope the impossible, a Xenon 16mm f/1.2 :)
Current Schneider lenses (non MFT mount):
Xenon 16mm f/1.2 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenon 25mm f/0.95 (Click here to see on eBay).
Curtagon 35mm f/2.8 (Click here to see on eBay).
Componon 50mm f/1.4 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenon 50mm f/1.9 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenar 50mm f/2.8 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenar 75mm f/3.5 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenotar 80mm f/2.8 (Click here to see on eBay).
Xenar 180mm f/2.8 (Click here to see on eBay).
Test Olympus M. Zuiko Digital 17 mm f/1,8 (Focus Numerique).
E-P5 ILC Review by Steve Digicams.
Apple Aperture upgrade (Dpreview).
The GX7 vs the OM-D E-M5, battle for my affection, Round 2 – Build Quality and Ergonomics by Tyson Robichaud.
Top 10 Best Mirrorless Compact System Cameras (ePhotozine).
Micro 4/3rds goes airbourne on BBC news!
E-M5 review by Benjamin Jehne.
45mm review by Benjamin Jehne.
It’s not a Micro Four Thirds camera but it looks a bit like the OMD and has a very handy 28-300mm f/2.8 zoom. I am curious to see if it will sell better (or worse) than the current XZ cameras. Meantime I updated the preorder link list: Amazon, Adorama, BHphoto, CameraWorldUK (Click on store name to check price and specs).