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Why I Bought An Olympus OM-D E-M1 Instead Of A Sony Alpha 7R II

Trusting My  Friends

The choice to buy a new camera is not a simple one. After doing a couple of weeks of research on- and offline I already saw myself buying the new Sony Alpha 7R II combined with a Sony Vario-Sonar zoom lens.  851 more words

Before The Shooting Begins

List of micro four thirds lenses - Part 1: Prime lenses

This list of micro four thirds (MFT) lenses started as a wish list for Christmas ;) At a certain point I thought, why not make it bigger. 539 more words


Panasonic Leica Summilux 25mm F1.4

It has been for a while since last update.

While I was in Japan, I totally update my camera system.
Last year, I purchased Panasonic 12-35mm and 35-100mm zoom lenses which are considered as top grade lenses. 364 more words


Premiere and review: The Olympus PEN F

After being limited to 16MP for nearly four years, we now have a marginal increase in resolution – to 20MP, matching the Panasonic GX8 announced last year (and quite possibly sharing the same sensor, too). 2,650 more words


Rendering Beautifully

There’s no doubt about it the OLYMPUS M.45mm F1.8 lens renders images beautifully. It’s not razor-sharp in that clinical digital way most modern lenses are thank goodness, but it is sharp enough with a pleasing fall off at the edges. 210 more words

Paul Amyes

The Micro Four Thirds Revolution

The digital revolution as pertaining to photography has presented a dilemma of mountainous proportions. The collection of single focal length lenses for your old Nikon or Canon can be used with a new DSLR’s but the weight disadvantage and the large space needed to carry your equipments still exists. 593 more words


Don’t get me wrong – I love my full-frame Canon SLR, and for many applications, nothing can touch the quality. But…

The fact is that a big SLR weighs a lot, and the lenses even more. 975 more words