Kisses from Vienna from Fabrys on Vimeo (shot on E-M5)
Full review of the Panasonic X Vario 12-35mm F/2.8 at Kurt Munger. And it has been selected as lens of the year by Photographyblog.
Olympus 17 mm 1.8 review at Camerastuffreview. The lens also got tested by Lepidi (part one and part two and part three).
GH3 test at Itmedia (translation here).
Phil: “I posted this information about new equipment for the Nauticam housing systems for M43 cameras: http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/olympus-outlet/442771-new-m43-products-nauticam.html“
Nico: “I’d like to share with you and your readers a photo essay of black and white travel/street photographies shot in Viñales, Cuba, depicting the life of the Guajiros, who produce Cuba’s world-renowned tobacco. Here: http://www.nico-foto.com/guajiros/ My kit consisted of the Panasonic GF1 and GH2 bodies, Panasonic 14mm 2.5, 20mm 1.7 and the wonderful Olympus 45mm 1.8 lenses, all carried in a small and convenient Billingham Hadley Digital, a fantastic bag for a unconspicuous m43 outfit. For other travel/street photographies shot in Cuba with this same kit, you can also visit my Cuba Flickr album here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicolasraddatz/sets/72157632464051675/”
Edmond: “I’m the proud owner of what I assume is the only OM-D camera in my country Lebanon. For some reason Olympus’ distributor here does not offer this particular model, nor does Panasonic sell the GH2 and the GH3 either! (Had to buy mine via a friend from Canada) . I would like to share with you my first video shot with this camera. It was all done handheld using the kit zoom lens. It clearly shows the power of the IBIS as I’m not that experienced with holding the camera properly nor was I using any sort of rig or camera-stabilizing platform….I’m also new to editing and grading so not sure if I messed up hehe (it does look much better though than here on vimeo I promise) , but anyway here it is https://vimeo.com/56783856”
Farrukh: “Went stargazing at Stonehenge with the Olympus EP3 and the SLR Magic 12mm f1.6, great combination with great photos! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.341526195953643.63961.341504945955768&type=1”
Omar: “Below is a link to a photo essay published in the Courier Journal newspaper in case you would like to share it with readers. http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20121216/OPINION04/312160038/Egyptians-show-Morsi-they-won-t-back-down. The images were all takein with the EPM2 and 20 mm shot at ISO 3200 or the LX7 at 24 mm f1.4 at ISO 800. It was nice to abe to walk around and keep the cameras in my jacket pockets when I was not using them.“