Three years ago, Olympus announced the OM-D E-M1, the camera that would officially mark the end of its Four Thirds Digital ‘E System’ and become the brand’s first serious mirrorless product for professional photographers. The E-M1 set a precedent by introducing exciting high-end features never before seen on a mirrorless body, such as on-chip phase […]
Of all the camera brands with mirrorless systems, Canon has been one of the least active, having released only a handful of models and even fewer lenses since the original EOS M came out in 2012. This dearth of new products, compounded by lacklustre specifications such as poor autofocus and the lack of a built-in […]
A few years ago, Sony and Panasonic each released a rangefinder-esque mirrorless model that would go on to define their respective paths within the mirrorless sector.
In addition to the flagship models that grab most of the media attention, each camera company has its own range of entry-level cameras which, in the case of Fujifilm, it is the X-A series. The latest iteration is the X-A3, which comes nearly two years after the X-A2, albeit at a slightly higher price point. In this […]
One aspect I love about Micro Four Thirds is the sheer amount of choice users have when it comes to standard portrait lenses for the system. On one hand, there are three autofocus lenses: two compact and affordable primes from Olympus and Panasonic (the M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8 and Lumix G 42.5mm f/1.7) and the premium Nocticron […]