Micro Four Thirds is a successful mirrorless system. But now it’s facing strong competition from Fuji and Sony. And in the near future Canon and Nikon will launch their FF mirrorless system too. So where should Panasonic and Olympus go if all major players are competing in th larger APS-C FF sensor market?
Stronz Vanderploeg suggests Panasonic should definitely go Full Frame with the next GH5 already! Watch the video above to hear his arguments…
Sony A6300 vs Canon 80D Epic Shootout Review | Which camera to buy tutorial
AF comes to überlenses! The Sony FE 85 Master G (DearSusans).
Canon XC10 4K Camcorder real world review, is it better than a DSLR? (CanonWatch).Qu’apporte vraiment le double module photo du Huawei P9 ? (LesNumeriques).
3D Camera Market Report (Image Sensor World).
Best tripod for A7 Series under 1.3kg (2.8lb) and over 130cm height (SonyAlphaForum).
Samsung lens design patent…a lens we will not see in real life 🙁
Send us Four Thirds’ Day photos and win a decorative paper clip (Four Thirds).
The 300mm PRO lens patent from Olympus (Freepatentsonline).
Sony a6300 with Sony 16-70mm f/4 Lens (Part II of II)–The Best Camera for Parents on a Budget (RonMartBlog).
The Batis 18, Loxia 21 or Voigtlander 15 (SonyAlphaForum).
Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Mark III Sample Photos (ePhotozine).
Sony FE 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G OSS Sample Photos (ePhotozine).
eBay US is pushing some great grey imported deals:
$300 off on the Fuji X-T10 (Click here).
$700 off on the Sony A7rII at eBay US (Click here).
$150 off the Panasonic 35-100mm X lens (Click here). This one is NOT grey imported (regular Canada/US warranty).