Posts Tagged ‘micro four thirds’

Rumor: Panasonic Lumix GF1

Rumors have been circulating about Panasonic’s supposedly to–be–announced new camera called the “Panasonic Lumix GF1” that is in many ways comparable to the new Olympus E–P1. Utilizing the Micro Four Thirds (MFT) sensor format, such a camera would make perfect sense as there is a growing interest in compact rangefinder–styled cameras with interchangeable lenses. And […]

Olympus Micro Four Thirds coming this summer

I’m sure you’ve seen this wonderful–looking compact camera announced by Olympus several months ago. It’s supposed to be built on the relatively new “Micro Four Thirds” format which is basically just a reworking of the original Four–Thirds sensor size. But more importantly, the changes allows manufacturers to produce compact cameras just like the one shown […]