DPR, do you think it's the same shutter as on the E-M5? It looks like it's the same, since both have max 1/4000th and about 1/200th x-sync, but can you verify that by comparing the max x-sync with the on-board (E-M10) vs supplied flash (E-M5) and by comparing the cameras with the same external flash (eg, FL300r)? Thanks.
Very nice idea. I tried it with an Olympus E-PL2; it doesn't work. XML sent to admin.
The right picture at the bottom (under "Additional Images") is of the E-PL5.
I just started using a color-managed environment (with cc-passport and colurmunki display) and this article fills some holes for me. Many thanks.
Barney Britton: The news story was reposted with substantially different content. Hence why the comment thread was wiped. The green text in the story makes it clear that we messed up earlier.
I'm not sure why you used the GH2 for a gallery with so many portraits. Such images could benefit from better skin tones even though this is not something directly related to the lens performance (e.g. P1030531). In addition, picture P1030586-ACR suffers from ISO 1600 and its hard to separate detail from noise, especially below the right eye.
EDIT: Sorry, I didn't notice that some images were taken with the GX1 and EM5.