(FT2) Panasonic GH2 patent and Panasonic 3D lenses

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EOSHD spotted a new Panasonic patent which shows a GH1 similar camera with metal body.
The new metal body has heat radiators and heat conductors to remove heat from around the image processing unit and the CMOS sensor. Read more at EOSHD!

EOSHD also speculates that Panasonic could produce 3D Lens for GH1 / GH2. We from 43rumors havn’t heard anything about that. Anyway it would be really cool if that speculation becomes real!

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POLL: What is the right definition for the new mirrrorless system cameras?

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We do all agree that MicroFourThirds created a new category of digital cameras. But how should we call that kind of system cameras with no mirror?

Dpreview calls them ILC = Interchangeable Lens Compacts
Imaging Resource calls them SLD = Single-Lens Direct-view cameras
Than we have EVIL = electronic viewfinder interchangeable lens camera
and mirror-less interchangeable lens camera

Now it is your turn:

Do you like the design of the new Panasonic GF2?

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a little bit of everything…

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Testing GF1 with konica AR 40mm 1.8
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
from francisco varone on Vimeo.

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Should Micro Four Thirds Cameras Remain Compact? (Digitalrev)
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 vs Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 (dkamera.de / google english translation)
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CNET Asia at the CP+ show: Olympus and Panasonic stand
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Olympus PEN E-PL1 photo gallery (Letsgodigital)

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a little bit of everything…

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Which? first look on the Panasonic G10
-> Interesting…they say the camera comes in June!

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Panasonic Lumix G2 and G10 Preview Digital Camera Review (ePhotozine)
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Double Panasonic TZ10/ZS7 review. (DCresource and cameralabs)
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Olympus E-PL1 testdrive (Olympus Australia)
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E-PL1 Custom Leatherette (aki-asahi.com)
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Lensbaby Composer, Fisheye and Soft Focus review (engadget)

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