There have been some significant changes at Olympus over the years and, with the recent rebrand to OM Systems, change is in the air again. Yet, the Japanese camera maker isn't quite throwing us out into the wild with a whole new look and feel, and the latest issue of Australian Camera magazine delves into the past to see how an iconic camera laid the foundations for the present.
The adventure doesn't stop there. The unmissable March/April 2022 issue of Australian Camera also takes you where few choose to go – on the wildest ride in photography. So grab your copy now, in print or in digital format.
Inside the March/April 2022 issue
New and old
The famous OM-1 badge has been revived on the first OM System camera... and we also revisit the iconic original. So, can the new match the old and lay the foundations for Olympus' sea change?
Don't try this at home: on the edge with the Red Bull Illume Image Quest winners
Go on the ultimate adventure with athletes and photographers on the high-adrenaline Red Bull Illume Image Quest. This biennial photography competition is not for the faint-hearted.
George Eastman: how the genius behind Kodak brought photography to the masses
Both a visionary and a shrewd businessman, George Eastman dedicated his whole life to making photography more accessible and affordable... find out how he made it all happen at Kodak.
On trial: Panasonic Lumix S-series f/1.8 primes
There are four current f/1.8-speed primes from Panasonic available for the L mount. Designed for both stills and video, will these lenses be worth the investment? We put all four to the test to find out.
On trial: Leica M11
It's the most digital of the M-series Leica cameras and Australian Camera puts it through its paces to discover whether it's the best one yet.
Also in this issue
A selection of the top images from the 2022 Sony World Photography Awards' Open category, the first AF Samyang zoom for mirrorless cameras and all the latest news and goings-on in the world of photography.
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