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Olympus E-M1 mark II Doesn't need a Tripod

Olympus E-M1 Mark II donot need Tripod image

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Yeah it’s true that the recently announced Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera doesn’t need a tripod while shooting in handheld mode during night for longer exposure.

You will be very surprised to know that the Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera claims to have 6.5 stops of image stabilization that clearly means you can use this camera to capture handheld lonerexposure night shots.

To test the Olympus claim of 6.5 stops of image stabilization system the team has decided to put the camera under acid-test and find out that the reality behind the claim.

Olympus E-M1 Mark II Handheld of 15 Sec

During the test they used two lenses –

  • Olympus 12-40mm F2.8 and
  • Olympus 300mm F4

The Olympus 300mm F4 lens when paired  with the Olympus E-M1 mark II camera delivered sharp images upto 1/4 sec of shutter speed which is really awesome considering 300mm focal length at F4 aperture.

Olympus E-M1 mark II Doesn't need a Tripod

Olympus E- M1 Mark II camera paired with the 12-40mm Lens and the settings was – ISO 800, Aperture F13 and Exposure 15 sec. Image Credit Belongs to Chris Ganpat of

The Second and the most decisive test done with the 12-40mm F2.8 lens. The lens output was super sharp upto 15 sec of exposure. That is really a masterpiece of innovation without a doubt.

The Olympus E-M1 mark II camera is one of the best Mirrorless M4/3 camera we have ever seen. Olympus E-M1 Mark II is world first camera to shoot 20MP images from a M4/3 sensor in a RAW format and you will get AF tracking at 20fps mode. You can see the announcement article here.

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source – thephoblographer

Get Your Physical Buttons for Lightroom - Loudeck


I am not saying the marketing keywords here, but you have to believe me this particular tool will uplift your editing experience to a next level.

Once you  become bit familiar to the controls of the Loupedeck and after that everything is just awesome and effortless. The most important part is the Loupedeck have everything you need into an ergonomic, physical interface at your fingertips.

The device is simple plug and play and works seamlessly with Apple and Windows OS, Linux is not yet supported.

The device will become available form September 2017 at a price of €369 (~$410).

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Hacked by Magic Lantern

Canon 5D Mark IV hacked image

Magic Lantern Team successfully hacked the Canon EOS-M camera and we will soon see an alpha version of ML firmware during the next weeks.

For those who don’t know about Magic Lantern lt me introduce you that Magic Lantern is a free software that can be easily downloaded and run through the SD/CF card and adds a host of new features to Canon EOS cameras that weren’t included from the factory by Canon.

Although keep in mind that these software is not made by Canon so use it on your own risk.

If you remember we have published the news when Magic Lantern team was able to drag out RAW video from Canon 5D Mark III. – Magic Lantern – Raw Video from the Canon 5D Mark III is Now Possible

Also see – Canon 5D Mark IV Best lenses Selected by our expert editors

source ML Forum

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Pre-Order Started - Price $1999


You can now pre-order Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II from B&H store Click here to pre-order

Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II (Body Only) – B&H Store |

Canon Patent Variable Optical Low Pass Filter

Latest patent document surfaced over the web suggest us that Canon is working on a variable low-pass filter. Adding a variable low-pass filter to DSLR will sure increase the image quality of the camera. Many of the Pentax DSLRs are using the variable low-pass filter from past few years but Canon is still in the process to implement it.


Take a look at the more details below

Patent Publication No. 2016-173437
Published 2016.9.29
Filing date 2015.3.17
Canon patent
Performing object recognition using an image sensor AE sensor
Using a variable OLPF for false color reduction
Image quality decreases when focus deviation occurs is generated by the temperature, is detected object recognition is erroneous
It suppresses the effect of the variable OLPF according to the temperature, suppressing the influence of the deterioration in image quality

Thanks for reading | More Canon patents here

source – egami

Sony A7III Coming Soon


According to latest rumors coming the Sony A7III camera shipping will start from Q2 of 2017. That clearly indicates that Sony will announce the Sony A7 III camera on CP+ show at February or may be earlier. But I don’t think Sony will use the international event like CP+ show to announce its next Sony A7 series camera.

We have published earlier that not only Sony A7 III, approx 6 major Sony camera delayed due to due to recent earthquake in Japan. But after that Sony released Sony A99 II, and then Sony RX100 M5 and now its look like the next big announcement from Sony is Sony A7 III camera.

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

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Olympus E-M1 Mark II Price Leaked

Olympus E-M1 Mark II - Hybrid Sensor

Finally the price of Olympus flagship finally leaked, the price in US will be less compared to Japan. The camera will arrive on 2nd Nov 2016.

  • OM-D E-M1 Mark II body
    • Reservations start date: November 2, 2016
    • Release Date: 2016 late December
    • Retailers Price: 235,440 yen (tax included) Conversion in Dollar: $2242.94
  • Power Battery Holder HLD-9
    • Release Date: 2016 late December
    • Suggested retail price: 32,500 yen (excluding tax)
    • Retailers Price: 28,080 yen (tax included) Conversion in Dollar: $267.51
  • Waterproof protector PT-EP14
    • Release Date: 2016 late December
    • Retailers Price: 145,800 yen (tax included) Conversion in Dollar: $1388.98
  • Macro flash STF-8
    • Release Date: 2016 late December
    • Suggested retail price: 65,000 yen (excluding tax) Conversion in Dollar: 619.23

Take a look at the Olympus E-M1 Mark II announcement article.