The current E-M1II vs the Canon 1DX (via CameraSize).Another trusted source who saw the camera told me the new E-M1X is a “Canon 1dx level” camera. It means it’s oriented for serious sports photographer and it has an integrated vertical grip! I am working to get some specs and also detailed info on the rumored “unique” features this camera will have. Olympus will throw in a lot of innovation in this camera also to show what’s possible to achieve with a MFT camera.
Olympus USA launched their new Holiday Special deals. You can find them all on those special pages at GetOlympus and BHphoto.
If you need to know the differences, advantages and limits of the current Panasonic top trio MFT cameras check out the guide posted by Shawn C. Steiner on Explora.
Dpreview writes:Not everybody wants or needs a full frame sensor, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up pro-level performance on your camera. In this episode, Chris and Jordan compare four of the top performing APS-C and Micro Four Thirds models currently on the market: the Fujifilm X-T3, Nikon D500, Panasonic G9, and Olympus E-M1 Mark II. Whether your priority is landscapes, portraits, sports and wildlife, or street photography, we’ll help you figure out which of these models is right for you. Want more information? Check out our in-depth reviews and sample galleries for each of these cameras. Also, make sure to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week by subscribing to our YouTube channel!
The Taiwanese company Kamlan announced two new MFT lenses:50mm f/1.1 II for $250 21mm f/1.8 for $150
The new Sigma 56mm f/1.4 MFT lens is now available for preorder at Adorama and BHphoto.
Olympus registered the following new gear in Taiwan:“IM011” camera Wireless Commander “IM012” Wireless Receiver “IM013”
Today Skylum launched the new Luminar 2018 with Sky enhancer tool. For a limited time you get this package with a $10 discount using our code “43RUM” and extra Bonuses (see list below). And in December you will get the Libary tool for free too.