BMPCC C-Mount Test Field of View on Youtube.
GX7 review by Ericcote.net.
GX1 vs. GX7 (and GF1 as well) image quality, mainly high ISO performance (Tysonrobichaudphotography).
Lumix 35-100mm f/2.8 (Bestmirrorlesscameras).
OM to Pentax 645D adpater at DC.watch.
Photo Ninja and Lightroom Integration (OutBackPhoto).
Kornel Lehocz: “I’m the developer of the Scarab Darkroom raw converter, which I think is fairly popular among Olympus users. I’d like to send you news about the availability of Scarab Darkroom 2.0 and 2.0 Lite. (In fact already 2.02 after 2 quick bugfixes.)
I’ve pasted the press release at the end of this message, but you can find the properly formatted press release, and other material at
and more information on the product’s page and the About section of the site.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me!”
Press Text: Scarab Darkroom 2.0 released
Scarab Labs has released the new version of its popular raw conversion software.
Zadar, Croatia, October 7th, 2013: Scarab Labs has released Scarab Darkroom 2.0 – the advanced version of its fast and easy-to-use digital camera raw converter for Windows. Compared to the earlier free versions, it also contains a number of new features like noise filtering, chromatic aberration correction, split toning, Adobe RGB color space support, and more… The software is now available for purchase on the Scarab Labs website for $49. The free variant is still available, and has been renamed to Scarab Darkroom Lite. The program supports most raw-capable cameras from Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung, and Sony.
About Scarab Labs:
Scarab Labs was founded in 2008 by ex-game programmer Kornél Lehőcz to follow his passion and create software for the photographic imaging industry. Scarab Labs’s other currently available product is a star filter plug-in for Adobe After Effects and Photoshop. For more information please visit the Scarab Labs website!