Micro Four Thirds Lenses

To kick off 2016, Doug taps Gordon's extensive knowledge of all-things MFT to bring you this roundup of the best micro four thirds lenses. Starting with kit zooms, they go through fisheyes, wide angle, norm...

Olympus OM-D E-M10 II

The OM-D E-M10 II brings 5-axis in-body image stabilization to Olympus' smallest micro four-thirds body. The camera also features an excellent OLED electronic viewfinder, much-improved controls, a fast elec...

Panasonic Lumix G7

The Panasonic Lumix G7 replaces the two-year-old G6. It's quite similar to the GX7, positioned between the GF7 and top-of-the-line GH4. Since it uses the same sensor (ie, same image quality) as the GX7, GM5...
Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II

With a new 40 megapixel mode and improved in-body image stabilization, the OM-D E-M5 Mark II is already one of the hottest cameras of the year. As All About the Gear approaches its second anniversary, CameraLab...
Olympus OM-D E-M1

Olympus OM-D E-M1

Olympus claims the OM-D E-M1 has the fastest autofocus of any camera, but is that really true? The E-M1 also has a new 16MP sensor, but does it deliver better images than the popular OM-D E-M5, which now sells for almost half the price?

TWiP 320 – Reflecting on Mirror-less

This week we're back in a Google Hangout and Frederick is joined by Gordon Laing, Trey Ratcliff, Giulio Sciorio, and Doug Kaye to delve into all things mirror-less. What are mirror-less and Micro 4/3 cameras? What are the advantages and disadvantages of mirror-less technology? Which manufacturers are making the best mirror-less cameras? We address these questions and more during our round-table discussion.

TWiP #309 – New Yorkers – Exposed!

This week on TWiP: New Yorkers furious over photographs taken through windows and is it the beginning of the end for the compact P&S? Plus, be careful what you share - SnapChat photos not really deleted and an interview with Derrick Story on being the mobile photographer. Dan Ablan, Tristan Hall, and Valerie Jardin join Frederick to discuss these topics and more.

TWiP #275 – Sony Dating Olympus

This week on the show: Sony becomes the largest shareholder in Olympus. Kodak leaves the consumer printing market. A new App that allows you to take just one photograph...ever. IKEA Saudi Arabia photoshops women out of its catalog. And an interview with photographer and educator Michael Willems.

TWiP – The Future is Mirrorless?

Have you been waiting to hear a discussion which pushes outside of the standard Nikon and Canon offerings? Jump into this Google+ hangout as Frederick Van and MFT evangelist Giulio Sciorio enthuse over what may well be the future of photography.

TWiP #254 – The Psychology of Photography

This week on TWiP, Derrick Story and Bruce Clarke join Frederick to discuss the topic of the Psychology of Photography - specifically the photography mindset. We also run down the latest news from Canon, Nikon, BlackBerry, and Olympus. And an interview with Playboy shooters Arny Freytag and Jarmo Pohjaniemi.

TWiP #228 – Google <3 Photographers

This week on TWiP: The camera manufacturer industry is abuzz with big news from Olympus, Canon, and Red, Google+ launches pages for businesses, and an interview with Photoshop guru Jeff Schewe.

TWiP #224 – Canon, Olympus, & Lytro

This week on TWiP, Canon announces the EOS-1D X, Lytro announces the availability to pre-order its camera, and Olympus pulls a Yahoo and fires its CEO.

TWiP #210 – Monkey Business

This week on TWiP: Monkeys taking self portraits, AP gets tough on photo manipulation, and Steve Simon discovers Facebook.