According to dpreview the image quality of the Olympus 9-18mm lens is more or less on par with that of the Panasonic 7-14mm. The Olympus lens costs and weights less but the Panasonic lens has a better build quality, a wider angle and constant f/4 aperture.
– The Samsung 30mm pancake is almost as good as the Panasonic 20mm
– Samsung NX10 and Panasonic GF1 jpeg comparison shows that the GF1 has the “lightest anti-aliasing filter“.
– In RAW the GF1 is “slightly out-resolving the Samsung”
– Overall score is the same as the GF1 (Click here to read the GF1 dpreview conclusions: http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/PanasonicGF1/page33.asp
Our friend Iker Morán just posted the new Panasonic G2 preview on Quesabesde (google english translation). They hade a pre-production model so things can change a little bit. They also have some image samples available for download and videos.
– There is a small pointer included! Didn’t know that.
– The 14-42 mm lens shows an excellent autofocus performance when recording video sequences
Let’s start the new week with the list of all new Olympus E-PL1 reviews:
1) The video above is from digitalrev. I like the fact that they made a “on street” review.
2) Kirk Tuck also tested the camera
3) Crunchgear posted their short review (probably a to short review to become interesting for you)
4) Unlike Cruchgear the hungarian website pixinfo.com posted a very detailled review! It is definitely worthy to play around with their dynamic graphs :)
5) And finally the japanese website trendy.nikkei made a E-PL1 vs GF1 vs E-P1 comparison
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