A short film shot with the new Olympus OMD EM-5. Took a in a shopping mall to shoot. Shot it with Monotone settings straight out of camera.
The Panasonic GF series has taken an interesting change of direction ever since the brilliant GF1 was first announced. With the GF2 and GF3 losing admirers of the range thanks to them losing key features. But now the GX1 is here and it’s promising to be the successor to the GF1. Is it any good though? The GX1 is a great camera, period… but it’s especially great for someone who’s looking to capture high quality photos and video, but pack that ability into a body that’s easy to carry around – and the GX1 delivers on all counts. At the [More]
The Fujifilm X Pro 1 offers a unique set of features, some ground-breaking technology you have to see to believe, world class low light and high ISO image quality, and a bold price tag that makes you think it’s got to be one of the best cameras you can buy. But is it? Behind it’s cool or not cool neo-retro styling, there’s a real (and real different) mirrorless camera and new series of legendary Fujifilm lenses that want to be the centerpiece of your photo and video image making process. No matter if you’re a photo enthusiast or a working [More]
Pros and Enthusaists alike are raving about the Olympus OM-D EM-5 mirrorless camera system with viewfinder. Best Price on the Olympus OM-D E-M5 16MP Live MOS Interchangeable Lens Camera with 3.0-Inch Tilting OLED Touchscreen and 14-42mm Lens (Black)
Hear any mention of retro-styled cameras with exorbitant price tags and it’s hard not to get suspicious. That kind of talk brings to mind Leica’s incessant re-branding of Panasonic Lumix models, or those unicorn limited editions out of Japan that just leave us baffled. But it’s okay, you can relax with the Fujifilm X-Pro1. At $1700 for the body only it’s crazily expensive, sure, but not when you compare to an $8000 Leica M9-P. Besides, it’s a legitimate heir to a strong line of Fuji shooters that includes the much-loved X100 and the more accessible X10. That’s a strong pedigree, [More]
TODAY checks out the new Canon M mirrorless camera – the smallest camera in the Canon EOS system. This new APS-C CMOS sensor camera will be available with two new EF-M lenses, a 22mm ‘pancake’ lens and a 18-55mm zoom lens. The Canon M also has an optional adaptor that enables Canon photographers to use their existing EF/EF-S lenses. The Canon M comes in four colours, and will hit the stores in early October.
Canon EOS M Mirrorless Camera Hands on First Look. The Canon EOS M is Canon’s first mirrorless camera but inside it has much the same technology as the Canon 650D. The 18-million-pixel sensor, is the same CMOS device that supports the hybrid AF system for continuous focusing during Live View and video recording. Although the 3-inch 1040000-dot screen is fixed it is the same as the one in the 650D and is touch sensitive. In this video Angela Nicholson takes a look at some pre-production samples. This is the new Canon mirrorless camera and EF-M 22mm f/2 Lens.
How does the image quality of a DSLR compare to the new mirrorless cameras like the Sony NEX-7 or micro 4/3? The flange-to-focal distance is one important difference – but what does this mean in terms of camera design and image quality? Derp.
Will Crockett is the Photo-Guru behind DiscoverMirrorless.com, ShootSmarter.com and a host of other websites. He’s an industry visionary who is ushering in a new era of “Hybrid Imaging” – a combination of photo, video and audio that can all be produced by a new wave of smaller, less expensive yet powerful and highly sophisticated mirrorless cameras. Of course, we here at MirrorlessCentral.com happen to agree with Will. That’s why we’ve created this website, so you can keep up to date with all the latest cameras, lenses and gear that will help you ride the wave of the Mirrorless Revolution! Will, [More]