- News tagged "micro four thirds"
Wednesday, 28 Dec 2016
A 4/3 Rumors reader has just spotted the Panasonic GH5 listed with ship date on Romanian Photo gear site.
Tuesday, 20 Sep 2016
Photokina 2016 is in full swing, and so is Olympus. In addition to announcing the next OM-D E-M1 Mark II flagship and an entry-level PEN E-PL8, they’ve also revealed three new lenses for Micro Four Thirds.
Olympus has announced the key specs for the OM-D E-M1 Mark II flagship camera. The camera will be released later this year, and it’s been four years in the making.
Panasonic has announced three new Lumix cameras to be released by the end of the year; the G85, the LX10 and the FZ2500.
Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016
Panasonic has just announced the release of the DMC-GX85 for LUMIX G, a Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera that is capable of 4K video and incorporates a new 5-axis Dual I.S system for better shake reduction.
Monday, 15 Feb 2016
Olympus’ new Pen-F camera isn’t just strikingly handsome, modeled as it is after the original Pen F from 1963. It also introduces a few firsts for Olympus, like a higher resolution 20MP sensor with no optical low-pass filter, and a new feature that simulates the look of classic film.
Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016
Olympus and Panasonic have both added new super telephoto lenses to the Micro Four Thirds family. Olympus’ new lens is now Micro Four Thirds’ fastest telephoto prime, while Panasonic’s new lens is Micro Four Thirds’ longest telephoto zoom.
Wednesday, 21 Oct 2015
Olympus’ new OM-D E-M10 Mark II adds 5-axis image stabilisation and a redesigned body to the high-performance, low-budget E-M10 series. (Updated with local pricing.)
Monday, 21 Sep 2015
DJI has just added two new drone cameras that do what Olympus and Panasonic’s offerings don’t – shoot in lossless 4K RAW.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Isn’t it great that firmware updates with new features are becoming a thing for cameras? Olympus has just announced that the flagship OM-D E-M1 and the E-M5 II will receive significant firmware updates, loading new features to the existing cameras.