Lab D wrote:
Best ever score for m43!
GH4 has a higher score for DR, but when you look...
Panasonic stepped up their game with the new Leica branded 15mm and 42.5mm. I think the aperture ring is a great idea, as well as putting out a quality lens body...
Yes, under 2 condtions:1. The optical qualities are perfected - not, as it seems with the 1,7/20, compromised
2. The price doesn't go up.
I wouldn't mind a aperture ring either.
Panasonic stepped up their game with the new Leica branded 15mm and 42.5mm. I think the aperture ring is a great idea, as well as putting out a quality lens body worthy of the Leica name. I now...
SF Photo Gal wrote:
Still playing, but here's what I have:
Photo Style: Vivid, Contrast +1 Sharpness -1 Saturation 0 NR -1
That's intersting, Gal. I had my GM1 with the same sensor...
weddings are a perfect application for m43: unobstrusive, lightweight, full featured camera system. Most wedding photos are people/portraits where face/eye...
Quite a bit of purple fringing in the center of the lens. I presume the E-M1 does not (yet) correct for this. Of course this is a test shot, as otherwise one wouldn't shoot at 1.2, and presumably...
I think it will be a big hit. I'm waiting for it to come out as a kit with the GM1, then drop in price. Once it's $600 with the camera, it'll be a deal. Probably be a while...
C Sean wrote:
My advice is to go down to your nearest camera store and check out the GM1. I live in the UK and I wanted the black+silver GM1 which we didn't sell over here at the...
I think it will be a big hit. I'm waiting for it to come out as a kit with the GM1, then drop in price. Once it's $600 with the camera, it'll be a deal. Probably be a while ....
Thanks for the images, and the info from your discussion with the Panasonic rep.
If true, it's very disappointing that there won't be a G7 released this year. Based on...
Dave Sanders wrote:
And the 15/1.7? If it's sharp, having a lens that is fast, image stabilized and connected to possibly the fastest AF in the business is worth...
If Sony can make a 28-70 at the equivalent aperture as noted in the subject, why can't we have one for a M43s lens? I mean, the 12-35 is a constant F2.8, but if you compare to...
I think it's the effect of Fuji, which had great success with traditional controls. Strange that Panasonic actually started out in 4/3 with traditional controls, including the aperture ring, but...
I have been suprised by the apparent lower sharpness, considerably so, on the gx7 versus the Olympus cameras. Has there been any update on this or should we just ignore everything...
JeanPierre Thibaudeau wrote:
Ontario Gone wrote:
Glad to see this combo as im planning this lens for my camera bag, but i gotta ask. Why does that pretty girl have such manly hands?
Food for thought:
Does Sigma have any dust shaking technology?
Is Micro 4/3 an open format as was 4/3?
Has Sigma been able to monetize m43 with their glass? I'm asking because I...
These 2 are awefully close. Is the second one the m4/3? The 14mm 2.5 lens tends to fringe, and the second shot has more purple fringing. Although the 1st shot seems to have a bit more detail.
I'm also guessing top one. It has more noise (so perhaps higher ISO was used) but it's got more detail (brick building on right, sharper lens in corners, detail on lettering). However, they're...
Excellent blog. I would like to comment on 2 things:
- IBIS: it's pretty clear that Olympus will never offer OIS. I was disappointed that Panny didn't include any IBIS on the GH4. Although the...
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