I just received a Development Update from Olympus this morning that formally announced the development of Bird Subject Detection for the Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera. This Olympus Development Announcement also provides an updated lens road map, confirms the M.Zuiko PRO 150-400 F4.5 TC1.25X IS PRO zoom, and announces that OM-D Webcam Beta software is now available for download.
No doubt the legion of Olympus bashers who are out there in cyberland will be commenting negatively on the latest financial results of the company as they cherry-pick numbers. This short article provides a couple of links that may be of interest.
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I had a reader contact me this week, asking if I had any more information stemming from a meeting I (supposedly) had with Nikon executives at their headquarters, and their ‘hint’ regarding the potential of a 1.8X crop sensor mirrorless camera being developed. Continue reading Clarification on Attributed Comments
Our friends at Mirrorlessons.com have announced my Nikon 1 eBook, The Little Camera That Could, by way of a short article that I wrote for the website. Continue reading Nikon 1 eBook Announced on Mirrorlessons.com
Over the past number of months I’ve been contacted a few times directly by companies offering me some kind of compensation to test their products and write corresponding articles. I have turned down all of these solicitations and will continue to do so in the future. Continue reading Paid Mentions of Companies and Products