June 12, 2011
Posted in reviews

Leica Noctilux comparison on Micro Four Thirds

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The Leica Noctilux is so expensive that only a few people can afford it. So it’s quite impressive that 3Dkraft had the chance to test not one…but two different Noctilux lenses on Micro Four Thirds! He compared the qualities of the Leica Noctilux-M 1:0.95 / 50mm with its predecessor, the Noctilux-M 1:1.0 / 50mm. He tested the lenses on the GH2: “The Noctilux mounted to a micro Four Thirds camera results in an unusually balanced combination, but still appears “visually” balanced. If your camera is equipped with an electronic viewfinder providing magnification it is very helpful for precise focusing. The Noctilux 1.0 is said to have a certain focus shift on rangefinder cameras like the Leica M9, which was opimized ith the new 0.95er version. However – on cameras with electronic viewfinders this plays no role.
See the test at 3Dkraft (Click here).

Check the Leica Noctilus 0.95 price on eBay (Click here).
Check the Leica Noctilus 1.0 price on eBay (Click here).

P.S.: Get the Voigtländer Nokton 25mm f/0.95 on eBay (Click here) if you want a fast lens. It’s “cheap”, has a very good image quality and is native Micro Four Thirds lens!

June 12, 2011
Posted in news

43rumors has some issues with google!

Hi!

As you have noticed google signs this website as “dangerous”. There have been a hack attempt tonight we solved very quickly. The problem is google blocked the website. I asked google to reaccept the website but sadly  google will need a couple of hours (or even one whole day!) to reaccept the website. In summary, 43rumors has no problem at all, it’s google that is very slow in updating their servers :(

June 11, 2011
Posted in Rumors

(FT5) Panasonic GF3 will use a 12 Megapixels sensor. Announcement on Monday 7am London time!


And gone are the hopes that the GF3 might uses the same new G3 sensor. The GF3 will use a 12 Megapixel sensors which looks likes to be the same as the one used for the GF2. The specs are the same as the GF2 (same video quality). So the GF3 is only about size reduction and nothing else.
The other news is that the new Leica 25mm and the GF3 will be announced at 7am London time on Monday. As usual I will be here to give you all the links to previews, reviews, videos and other stuff like that. As usual help is appreciated! If you find some link or something I missed drop me a line at 43rumors@gmail.com! Thanks!

Panasonic G3 preorder search links to Amazon, Adorama, B&H, eBay.
Panasonic G2 specs at Amazon, Adorama, B&H, eBay.

June 11, 2011
Posted in deals

Olympusmarket auctions ending this weekend.

A reinder: All those products can be shipped to Europe only! Please ask Olympusmarket if they ship outside Europe before to bid!

Olympus E-P2 with 14-42mm lens (Click here to see the auction)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 9-18mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-P2 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-PL1 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-PL1 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-PL1 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 14-150mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 9-18mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-P2 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 9-18mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-P2 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-PL1 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus E-PL1 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 70-300mm Four Thirds lens (Click here)
Olympus E450 with 14-42mm lens (Click here)
Olympus 9-18mm lens (Click here)

June 10, 2011
Posted in Rumors

Olympus reaffirms: Micro Four Thirds is our future.

Once again Olympus reaffirmed that the future is Micro Four Thirds. But they still need some time to develop a PRO Pen camera that can replace the Olympus E-5. You can read the original message on the getolympus facebook site (Click here).

Via Noisycamera

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