The Panasonic LX100 is a high-end compact camera that will fit in your jacket pocket, and it comes with a large Micro Four Thirds sensor. In her Panasonic LX100 review video, our head of testing, Angela Nicholson, takes a look at this new premium compact’s features and performance.
In between Strictly Come Dancing revivals at Focus On Imaging we managed to get some time alone with the Olympus OM-D E-M5.
The 16-megapixel E-M5, announced last month, is the first camera in the new Olympus OM-D line – with rumours of an OM-D Pro possibly to come.
Watch our initial hands-on review of the Olympus OM-D, with a full review to follow soon.
Olympus is offering photographers the chance to claim a gree grip with pre-orders of its new Micro Four Thirds camera, the OM-D.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Olympus OM, the company is offering its customers who pre-order the new Olympus OM-D a free grip and battery pack.
Olympus has unveiled its long-speculated OM-styled Micro Four Thirds camera, presenting the OM-D (officially the Olympus OM-D E-M5) to the world.
Its design based on Olympus’s classic OM series, the 16.1-megapixel OM-D – not to be confused with OMD – is housed in a dust- and splash-proof magnesium alloy body and boasts what Olympus claims are several world firsts.
The new Tokina 300mm f/6.3 telephoto lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras is equivalent in 35mm to 600mm and offers users a minimum focusing distance of 0.8m, and a 1:2 reproduction in Macro mode.
Hands on with the micro four thirds G2 camera from Panasonic With the G1, Panasonic introduced a whole new genre of cameras. The G2, introduced back in March is basically a straight update of that camera. Updates to the body design include touch screen technology, an improved button layout and better lens mount. Internally, ISO… Continue reading
Back in the heyday of film photography, film naturally needed to be kept in the dark – apart from when you were actually taking
Olympus has a history of making mesmerising ad campaigns, but its latest for its PEN cameras is probably the most memorable since the “Who do you think you are?