Micro Four Thirds reviews roundup…


GX1 with Leica 14-150mm at Soundimagesplus. Lumix 20mm versus Sigma 19mm at Popco. GF5 conference in Taiwan (Nikkei). Wood grip for the E-P3 at Itmedia. 43rumors reader and m43 photographer Adam Thirtle gets interviewed at SmallCameraBigPicture. Giants vs Dodgers – Shots with Olympus OM-D at TheDigitalStory. E-M5 with Sigma 30mm lens at itmedia. Hennigards made a nice m43 lens database. Olympus OM-D E-M5 Video Test at The.me.

  • Bronica

    No surprise: The Lumix is better and the Sigma is not bad. The reason, why I keep my 1,7 20mm for shure.

  • Lars

    these guys are extremly cool and experienced in mens fashion.
    they have cool model poses too….

    they are so annoying i can hardly watch the video….

    • K

      Good for you,toolchest

    • tmrgrs

      I can’t stand them either.

  • st3v4nt

    After all this year the 20mm f/1.7 still hold as pancake performer lens on m4/3….why Panasonic not releasing it’s update version?? Those AF motor need faster speed…called 20mm II….guess we have to wait the Olympus 25mm f/1.8 then…

    • Faster sure yes, but make it weatherproof as well while you’re at it. I wouldn’t my EM-5 combo to be beer splash resistant…

  • Farrukh

    A little crude at times. How happy was I to discover that the subtitles could be removed – but sadly only realising towards the end – some of the wording was rather silly!

  • Timbo Tas

    For the other reviews listed, can I just add that I picked up the Leica 14-150mm during a trip to Japan for $1400 USD. I am using it on my GH2. Interestingly it is very quick to focus when zoomed in, but slower (about a second) when at 14mm…

  • Rasmus

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