March 25, 2010
Posted in news

Curious: Sanyo presents the…GH2!

As you know Panasonic owns Sanyo since 2009. So it is a little bit strange that Sanyo unveiled their latest GH2 full-HD cam. Why has Sanyo/Panasonic choosen that name? Does it mean that the next Panasonic GH1 successor will have a different name?
There must be some reason behind that choice…

March 25, 2010

a little bit of everything…(and Panasonic G2 tested in Dubai)

Video interview with UK product manager

One of our readers just sent us the link to the following flickr page: This are pictures taken with a pre-production Panasonic G2 (few taken from the airplane window!).
InVisage Technologies and the new sensor “No, You Will Not Be Able to Shoot a Wedding on a Cell Phone” (ThePhoblographer)
New Panasonic GF1 bag spotted on (google english translation)
Adobe will release CS 5 on April 12, 2010 (photorumors)

March 24, 2010
Posted in reviews

Olympus E-PL1 reviewed and awarded!

Steve Huff seems to not sleep at night! Almost every day he is posting reviews about lenses and cameras and today he published the new Olympus E-PL1 (First Look).

DCresource updated their Olympus E-PL1 review with new tests.

One more (short) review has been published on (found via noisycamera)

The dutch magazine also tested the E-PL1 (google english translation)

In the meanwhile the editors from quesabesde had a meeting with Olympus to talk about the E-PL1. After having shared the time with them quesabesde strongly believes that Olympus will sooner or later abbandone FourThirds! (google english tranlsation)

One more thing: The E-PL1 has been awarded (best product design) (found via Olympus Japan)

Olympus E-PL1 in Stock in: Amazon US / Adorama / BH / Amazon UK / Amazon Deutschland / Redcoon Deutschland / Amazon France / Redcoon Italia

March 24, 2010
Posted in Rumors

What intrigues me about the next Olympus FourThirds camera

Since yesterday we know that a new Olympus camera is going to be announced early in April (probably on April 2). The first unconfirmed rumor suggests that it will be a new entry level FourThirds camera. Even if you are not interested in such a camera, this camera is much more important than we could imagine. For many reasons:
1) In a few months MicroFourThirds changed the whole Olympus product strategy. What kind of influence will this have on future FourThirds cameras? For example: Will the next FourThirds camera have video?
2) What kind of improvements will the next FourThirds camera have? It will be interesting to see how Olympus improved the processing engine, the image stabilization and many other apsects of the camera. Some of these improvements could be implemented in future MicroFourThirds cameras.

Can’t wait to know more about that camera!

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