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a little bit of everything…(with three LF1 tests and readers mail)


Summer from Hugo Goudswaard on Vimeo.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 lens review at DxOmark (Click here).
Our Favorite Camera Travel Kits: Panasonic GH3 + 12-35mm f/2.8 + 35-100mm f/2.8 (Outbackphoto).
Panasonic G6 review at Amateur Photographer.
Panasonic LF1 test at DSLRmagazine.
Panasonic LF1 review at Amateur Photographer.
Olympus XZ-10 review at PhotographicCentral.

Oliver: here is a post of mine for your 43rumor blog’s “reader’s stuff” section. Maybe you are interested in posting the link. Its not about any fancy m43 gear or a dusty, yet beautiful old legacy lens. All pictures, however, were shot with a G1 – showing how one can snap beautiful pictures with even the oldest of the m43 cams.

Jacob:I have come across a site that has some great underwater photos taken with the Olympus OMD – there is also a good link to some street pics with the Olympus 17mm lens on the same site at here.

Andreas:My name is Andreas Fougner Ezelius and I have been following 43rumors for a while. I have started a picture blog in my native language swedish. I have shot four thirds and now micro four thirds. Lots of nature photos with long legacy glass. Feel free to share the blog if you like! Great job on everything else! :)

Juan:Hi, I would like to share with you and m4/3 comunity my 2nd part of the m.ZD 17mm f/1.8 review. It’s all about distortion, sharpness, CA, vigneting… and DxO Optcis 8 Pro vs Olympus Viewer 3 images from ORF
No, graphics, no science, no measures, just two images to compare them It’s amazing how different are the pictures taken fron each developer software.
I woul like you ask to the people, what they prefer: HQ optics and pricely withput CA, distortions… or just a lens like the 17mm f1.8 cheap but with software corrections.?
Kholi:You featured another video of ours from the Blackmagic CInema camera and SLR Magic prime combination a few months back. We have another video up we’re sharing of Comic Con San Diego: Again with the SLR Magic 12 and 25.



  • I’m surprised this “little bit of everything” does not include the latest BMPCC footage.

    A fellow Aucklander (I’m a kiwi too!) has just got the green light from Blackmagic to share this footage from the BMPCC! (which is exciting as it is the first ever footage online aside from John Brawley’s)

    • admin

      there will be an extra post for that soon :)

  • > Panasonic LF1 test at DSLRmagazine.

    Now that looks to be an interesting camera. IQ is not on the RX100 level, but everything else seems to be in place. And in Germany it goes for about the same price as the LX7.

    • Oh wait – lens starts at 28mm eq. :(

  • Horaciux

    Oliver, second picture was breathtaking! Congratulations and thank you for sharing. Best regards

    • Oliver

      Thank you!

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