February 12, 2010
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Olympus announces forthcoming E-P1 firmware update

Version 1.3 will address the occasional freezing of the camera display while manually focusing.

source: Olympus Japan
via: dpreview

February 12, 2010
Posted in news

UPDATED: Samsung blog blames MicroFourThirds…

UPDATE: One hour after publishing our post Samsung removed the article.

This is our original post:

I just want to share with you an exerpt of one of the latest article on the official Samsung blog (Samsungimaging.com).

However, what I can tell you is, that the APS-C image sensor is bigger than micro four third sensors. The increased size of image sensors results in improved low light performances and greater dynamic range. Thus meaning, the image quality of the pictures taken with an APS-C are theoretically better than the ones taken with a Micro Four Third sensor” and “I mean, that’s like saying a usual VW Golf equals a Ferrari because it rolls on 4 tires.

So we are VW and they are Ferrari. I dont’t know if I should laugh or cry. Do they really need to write such kind of s….. to “convince” people to buy their products?

February 12, 2010
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Olympus E-P2 vs Panasonic GF1

ePhotozine compared the Olympus E-P2 and the Panasonic GF1. They again forgot to mention the Olympus E-P2 in Body IS advantage (they forgot it also when they made the E-P1 vs GF1 comparison).

Their conclusions? In short: the Olympus E-P2 wins but the Panasonic GF1 is cheaper.

February 12, 2010
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Panasonic launches the pink Panasonic GF1

source: Panasonic.jp

Currently european and japanese markets do have all the different color variants in Stock. In US only amazon has some red and white GF1 in Stock via third-party reseller.

February 11, 2010
Posted in deals

Amazon worldwide rankings compared.

I thought it would be interesting to compare the worldwide Amazon DSLR sales rankings. Please keep in mind that in every country you have different deals. Amazon is also not very popular in Europe and Japan like it is in US. I will show you the TOP 5 DSLR + the 5 most sold Panasonic and Olympus cameras

If you compare the rankings you can notice that:
1) Only Amazon Japan has a Panasonic/Olympus which is in the TOP 5 (On first place the white GF1+20mm lens)
2) In Germany FourThirds cameras are very popular.
3) Olympus E-PL1 preorders are quite low.

Click on the camera name to jump to the amazon camera page

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