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a little bit of everything…


November .. in Milan from Dario Viola on Vimeo.

E-M5 for sport photography at Steve Huff.
Panasonic LX7 review at Imaging Resource.
Scott Rinckenberger is featured on Gizmodo,  shooting Costa Rican beach babes with the E-M5 (Thanks to the anonymous sender of the news)
Nokton 17.5mm lens review by Sgoldswoblog.
XZ-2 review at Photoreview Australia and
60mm macor lens test at Admiringlight.
Panasonic GH3 hands-on at Photographymonthly.
XZ-2 review at Techradar.
Giveaway at Philip Bloom.
Panasonic prepares for “garage sale”, to axe 10,000 jobs (Reuters).

Club Panasonic is running a sale on the Lumix G5 with 1 or 2 lens kits through 1 December 2012.  G5KK prefixed bundles.  The sales range from US $150-250 off list prices, with free shipping.  I haven’t done any checking yet to see how these compare with retailers such as Amazon.  Since they are based on list prices, the online retailers might beat them.

Rinaldo:Hi from Brazil. Not a rumor, just another suggestion for your recent ‘a little bit of everything…’, my first omd small set: Cheers!
Jurek:Hope all is well with you. I recently flew to Hawaii for nine days and recorded some video of the trip. So this is not a rumor, not a test or review, but it was shot on a m43 camera! Perhaps if you enjoy it and have a slow news day, you are more than welcome to share it with your readers.



  • Ren Kockwell

    a little bit of everything…

    except a little bit more about a little 40-150 lens…

    that would have been the perfect little titbit for a little bit more…

  • Complaint:
    Since several days on this site are ads with automatically starting videos.
    This is terrible.
    If this doesn’t stop I will never visit 43rumors again!!

    • admin

      Sorry where?

      • admin

        P.S.: If you tell mw which AD it is I will remove them right now. hate these ads too. But I don’t control their content.

        • Nawaf

          It’s very heavy on my phone and takes forever to load. No idea what he’s talking about, but the ads take a while to load.

  • Nawaf

    Part 2 of Robin Wong’s review of the Olympus 17mm is up!

  • Ranger 9

    NOTE: The Scott Rinckenberger “feature” is Gizmodo “sponsored content” — it’s one big paid ad for Intel Ultrabooks. This might also explain why you got it from an anonymous sender (probably working anonymously at Intel’s PR agency.) Just sayin’…

    • littvop

      the Steve huff puff piece is a little ironic not one sharp photo posted in his great sport shots what a joke

  • What was interesting in that article is the way he found that turning off the monitor screen and leaving the EVF on automatic he managed to get the battery to last 4 times longer. And I thought it was the IBIS that was burning through the batteries.

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