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Panasonic Lumix GH4

Panasonic introduces the new Lumix GH4, a camera designed for professional users based on the Micro Four Thirds technology. The new GH4 features the latest technologies, and its interchangeable lens offers excellent image quality, exceeding even its predecessor, the GH3. The new Panasonic Lumix GH4 evolves in performance, durability and …

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Panasonic shows the new Leica DG Summilux 15mm / F1.7 ASPH

Panasonic has presented the new Leica DG Summilux 15mm/F1.7 ASPH designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras from Panasonic. This fixed lens can greatly improve the image quality of any camera. Many manufacturers have been presenting highly luminous lenses. There’s no point in having an excellent sensor if you don’t have …

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Samyang released three new lenses

Samyang has been announcing new lenses for a couple of days. Rumors talked about the arrival of new lens with autofocus, but the rumors were wrong. What the Asian manufacturer has done is inform about the availability of the Samyang 10mm f/2.8, announced on December last year. They also presented …

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PhotoPlus Expo 2013 – Zeiss Touit 2.8/50M

Carl Zeiss, or just Zeiss, has presented at the Photo Plus Expo in N.Y. their third lens for CSC cameras. This lens is classified under the "Touit “series, and is known as "Touit 2.8/50M", which is Zeiss’ first macro for Fujifilm and Sony’s CSC cameras. The version of this new …

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Experimental lenses by Lomography for Micro Four Thirds

While we agree that saying “lomography” and “experimental” is redundant, this time our curiosity got the best of us, so we were able to spend a few days playing -this is the word that had to be used- with these new lenses for Micro Four Thirds cameras . The guys …

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How do lenses with constant aperture work?

Many felt disappointed by the luminosity of the 18-55mm lens kit, -don’t misunderstand, it really is an excellent lens, but in dim light situations, it shows its weaknesses-. A f/3.5 aperture falls short in these situations and if you increase the zoom the aperture will be decreased even more. At …

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