January 18, 2010
Posted in Rumors

(FT4) New Olympus E-3 and E-30 successor (one single camera?)

Dear readers,
since over one month I am continually receiving rumors about the E-3 and E-30 successor. At the beginning I thought that there would be two new cameras but now I “believe” that the E-30 and the E-3 are probably going to be replaced by one single new FourThirds camera!

I have only few informations:
- The new FourThirds camera is going to be unveiled in March (late March?).
- Do not expect little upgrades over the E-30/E-3…do expect more! The new camera should have some kind of “special” sensor.
- It will not be a mirrorless camera
Keep sending your “rumors” at 43rumors@gmail.com or use the contact form on the right sidebar!

Thanks to all the people who sent me pieces and pieces of informations!

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January 18, 2010
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Posted in reviews

New Olympus E-P2 review!

Photoreview Australia is usually very fast in testing new cameras. You can read their review here: photoreview.com.au/reviews/advanced/olympus-pen-ep2.aspx.

January 18, 2010

a little bit of everything…


The first Samsung NX-10 commercial

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5 Reasons to Ditch Your Digital SLR (Gadget Lab)
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In case you missed it: Panasonic GF1 review at Steve’s Digicams
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January 17, 2010
Posted in news

Ken Rockwell says DSLRs are dead. It is time for the Panasonic GF1.

A new “prediction” from Ken Rockwell.

The 2000s were the DSLR decade. Those days are over. DSLRs are about as relevant today as dial-up modems and SCSI-conected scanners,

The 2010s are the decade DSLRs died.

In 2019, DSLRs will still be used for sports, news and action, but the rest of us will be using far more compact Powershots, M9s or Panasonic GF-1s for digital.

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