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Quick Look: Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Nocticron 42.5mm f/1.2 ASPH Power OIS

Panasonic Leica 42.5/1.2 by Duncan Martin.
Kowa Prominar 8.5mm review at M43lens.blogspot.tw.
Panasonic GF7 image gallery at Dpreview.
KOWA PROMINAR 8.5mm F2.8 Test and Review (M43lens).
Praxistest: Olympus OM-D E-M5 II kompakte Systemkamera (MacTechNews).

Kevin Carroll‎:I recently created a video of my trip to Tokyo. It was shot with a panasonic g6 and the 12-35 2.8 zoom. The g6 is a fantastic underrated camera for video. I hope the new proposed gx8 incorporates some of the neat features unique for this camera at this price point and missing from the gx7 like a headphone jack smile emoticon Kev
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A636jZ1nLNc

Dario Viola:Carl Zeiss Planar T* 50mm F1.4 on Panasonic Gx7. FCPX and Lut Utility with Fuji 200 Superior FC https://vimeo.com/121543715

Anonymous: “Famous Russian designer discusses OLYMPUS logo design: http://tema.livejournal.com/1914143.html. Have never noticed before but now I see that old Oly logo is really better :)

Patrick Ward:My new book, “BEING ENGLISH”, is just published….a record of the English at play over the past fifty years….and that is NOT a miss-print! Inevitably a lot of the book was recorded on that old fashioned thing called film but the better news is that much of the book was also shot on the Olympus OM1. It felt like coming home when the EM1 came out!
http://www.patrickwardphoto.blogspot.com

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  • Orange

    They should just call that lens “Steve.” It would cut the length of the video in half.

  • Michigan Red

    British, not English.

    • Pappy

      English is correct Michigan. We are very different people in the UK.

      • tempusername

        You’re very different people in different parts of England as well. A real mix of different cultures and genetically different as well.
        That’s the results of much migration and invasion over millennia.
        It’s the same with the Scots, Welsh and Irish too.

      • Michigan Red

        I’m from the UK and very British thanks. Learn your history. England gave up its status as a stand alone nation 300 or so years ago when it merged with Wales and Scotland hence the British thing. English is the language of all the UK.

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