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Full Frame Nikon or MFT Lumix Mirrorless?

Virtually any camera you update to is going to be a big step up from your D200. Great camera in the day but it is now considered old. Since you have been shooting the D200, a DX body, I’m guessing some or all of your lenses are the DX versions?…

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The dry lake bed behind a a beautiful grove of aspens in full fall colors. Nikon D600 24-70mm

The Lumix Diaries Canadian Rockies Fall Colors Tour

The Lumix Diaries Canadian Rockies Fall Colors Tour. Below are twenty five of my favorite pictures. September 27, 2014 Just arrived at the gorgeous Delta lodge in Kananaskis Country of Alberta, Canada. We left Calgary early this afternoon and had an hour drive into the fabulously breathtaking Canadian Rockies. We arrived…

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Consumer Reports rates digital slr's ratings and reliability

Consumer Reports Rates Lumix Cameras The Very Best

Consumer Reports Rates Lumix Cameras The Very Best and Panasonic’s Lumix brand is helping prove my prediction that 2014 will be the breakout year for mirrorless cameras. I’ve been predicting 2014 would be the year people finally start to realize that mirrorless cameras in general and Micro Four Thirds in particular are…

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Leica's red badged D-Lux MFT camera. It's basically a Lumix LX100 in Leica clothing.  Thanks to 43Rumors for the heads up on this new agreement.

Leica Panasonic Broaden Their Partnership

Leica Panasonic Broaden Their Partnership. It’s another great day for the world of photography and specifically for the Micro Four Thirds sector. Why? Because Panasonic and Leica announced today they’ve signed an agreement to continue with and expand their working relationship for the next five years. This is great news for both of companies. Leica…

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One of the new MFT lenses being shown by Schneider at Photokina. Photo courtesy of ephotozine

Photokina Brings Good News For Micro Four Thirds Cameras

Photokina Brings Good News For Micro Four Thirds Cameras. One of the biggest hits of Photokina is the new Lumix LX100 which I’ve mentioned in an earlier post. However, there was a YouTube video I recently found in which Panasonic’s Matt Frazer gives more details about how its new revolutionary camera was…

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The new Panasonic Lumix LX100

New Cameras & Lenses by Panasonic & Olympus

New Cameras & Lenses by Panasonic & Olympus are announced a day ahead of Photokina. The Micro Four Thirds (MFT) world is on fire this morning with the announcement and pricing of some fabulous new products. My favorite website, 43 Rumors, is showing the the brand new Lumix GM5 and Lumix LX10o…

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Question from Tom Gross

Tom, sorry to hear about your issues with the G5. Unfortunately, that camera isn’t built for harsh conditions which water damage would be considered. Also, the G5 is getting a bit long in the tooth in digital camera time. Especailly not being oneo f their professional models. Panasonic is producing…

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Get on over to your iTunes account to download U2's newest album, Songs of Innocence for absolutely FREE.

A Free U2 Album From Apple

A Free U2 Album From Apple to all registered iTunes users. Photography and music go together like Apple pie (no pun intended) and vanilla ice cream. Yesterday, during Apple’s mega publicity event, where they announced several new products such as the new Apple Watch, two new versions of the iPhone along…

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A sunrise over the Lemaire Channel on the Antarctic Peninsula, Antaractica.

Hidden Antarctic Ecosystem

Scientists recently gave us our first glimpse of a vast Antarctic ecosystem of microscopic life hidden in under-ice lakes. For those who have visited Antarctica, or seen photos or videos, it appears as a pretty austere place. Vast spans of ice backed by even vaster spans of ice. But just…

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Photographer Joel Sartore on De-Extinction CBS Sunday Morning

Photographer Joel Sartore on De-Extinction CBS Sunday Morning. Joel Sartore is one of my favorite photographers. Most of his work is produced for National Geographic but now and again he shows up on another favorite of mine, CBS Sunday Morning. This past Sunday’s show highlighted the ongoing issue of species…

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