The Micro Four Thirds system (MFT or M4/3) is released by Olympus and Panasonic in 2008. The image sensor measures 18 mm × 13.5 mm (22.5 mm diagonal). Size of this sensor is a perfect harmonious relationship between small sensors (which are mostly used with mobile phones and some classic amateur compact camera 6.2 mm x 4.6 mm, 7.7 mm diagonal) and the larger 35 mm full frame sensors (35 mm x 24 mm, 43 mm diagonal).The size of the micro 4/3 sensor allows the... continue reading
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Dear fellow Dreamstimers, I would like to mark my milestone of first thousand uploaded photos and first accepted 4K video with something practical, not just with set of pictures from my portfolio. Anyway, thousand pictures online doesn't mean thousand good pictures, only thousand pictures that meet the criteria od Dreamstime standards.Better milestone to celebrate in my opinion is thousand sold pictures (hat goes down for all Dreamstime contributors that allready made it !), because... continue reading
I just wanted to say hi everyone. I'm quite new to this whole stock photo thing but I'm looking to hit it running.I've always enjoyed taking photos; one of my proud moments was buying my first 35mm SLR. Not log after that; in the late 90's; I got my first digital camera, a 1.33MP Casio. I thought it was fantastic that I could take an image; then review and delete if no good.. Though I remember that the 4xAA batteries did not last more that 100 images.Since then I had many point and shoot cameras... continue reading
Micro four thirds is a camera standard or design created via a partnership between Olympus and Panasonic.The design does away with the mirror and prism system found on traditional DSLRs so the result are very compact cameras.Camera mounts can be used to marry traditional or legacy lens to M4/3 cameras or of course the growing line of lens created for the M4/3 design are available from Olympus, Panasonic (with lens designed by Leica).One of the big advantages of the M4/3 camera is the compactness... continue reading
Two interesting cameras were released this week by Canon and Fuji.First up is the Canon Powershot GX 1.It is basically a slightly larger G12 (body size wise) but with a sensor that is basically a bit bigger than micro four thirds.Here is a link to a preview: Canon G1 X previewSo it promises all the form and control features (minus the dedicated ISO ring) of the Canon G12 with a much larger sensor.That should help a bit with depth of field control and noise.My main complaint is... continue reading
i have some question to all member, and i hope any people that can be help me. this question will be my plans to choose a Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras.1. Can i submit images that produced by Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras?2. if i can, what is the camera that i can use it to submit images?i hopes anybody can recommend a Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras for me, that i can choose.thanks. continue reading
Hello!After much research, regarding the purchase of a quality compact camera, my choice fell on the Panasonic Lumix LX5. The key features are: larger sensor than the competition, to keep the digital noise, 24mm Leica lens that starts at F2. To obtain images of good quality, always use the RAW format, JPEG is only for photo-memory, is a little poor. I will not go beyond listing the characteristics of this Lumix, which surely will find it on websites, I leave you with three pictures just accepted,... continue reading
Micro four thirds has been around for a bit now, but seems to be getting a lot of interest since the Olympus EP-1, EP-2 and Panasonic GF-1 were announced.After winning one of the assignments here recently I decided to splurge and get a Panasonic GF1 to replace my Canon G10.I have to say that I couldn't be happier with it!After having used it for a month I thought I would present some of my experiences with the format, and dispel some misconceptions:1. What is micro four thirds?It is... continue reading
Hi everybody, I found this site a few days ago and I have to admit that there are very nice and attractive photos. I have uploaded just only two photos but I would like to improve. Some of my pictures were refused because of quality of my camera. I want to buy a new one. Can you give me advice? I saw Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50 and I think It could be great. What do you think? Thanks for your opinions and good luck to you all!:) continue reading
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