CP+ is Japan's new photo event, held in Yokohama and scheduled for four days, from the 11th of March to the 14th. Over 80 companies were represented, including the big boys like Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Olympus. Join us as we review the best of CP+ 2010.
Riding on the new wave of heat (and of course, technology), Panasonic officially announced a whole slew of new Lumix compact cameras, HD camcorders and SD camcorders at Wave House, Sentosa. Read on for our in-depth event coverage.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.
Olympus sure isn't letting up on its Micro Four Thirds offerings. The E-P2 came five months after the release of the E-P1 in June 2009, and three short months after the E-P2 comes the brand new E-PL1, announced today. Read on for the full details and our first hands-on impressions.
Micro Four Thirds cameras are invading the world of photography. Olympus, one of the two brands leading the way for this system right now, has just announced the Olympus E-P2. For those who have missed the E-P1 train, we share our brief experience with the E-P2 in this hands-on.
It has been more than a year since the Micro Four Thirds standard was announced, promising DSLR-like image quality in smaller than DSLR bodies. With the new Panasonic Lumix GF1 we're reviewing today, does the standard deliver? Dive in to our review today to find out.
We take a look at the new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH1, the first Micro Four Thirds camera which can record HD video, and the first camera in the world with interchangeable lenses to record video with auto-focus.
Panasonic might just have redefined the meaning of "prosumer" with the introduction of its LUMIX G1. Our initial impressions, after the jump.