Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 Review: World's First Micro Four Thirds Digicam

Companies that aren't Canon or Nikon have it rough in the digital camera market-particularly outside the cheap point-and-shoot area. Some band together for strength in numbers, creating cooperative standards like Panasonic, Olympus and Leica's new Micro Four Thirds system-a spec for smaller cameras with digital… »11/18/08 5:01pm11/18/08 5:01pm

Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 Is World's Smallest Camera With Interchangeable Lenses

Blurring the line between single-lens reflex and standard point-and-shoot digitals, Panasonic introduces its first Micro Four Thirds-standard camera, the Lumix DMC-G1. At its unveiling, it's the world's smallest and lightest camera that takes interchangeable lenses. Here are the details on this incredibly cute… »9/12/08 2:00am9/12/08 2:00am

Olympus and Panasonic Launch Micro Four Thirds System For Smaller, Rangefinder-Like Digicams

Olympus and Panasonic rolled out a new standard for interoperable lenses and camera bodies today in Japan, which means we could see yet another new camera category smashed in between consumer, pro-sumer, con-fessional, and all the rest. The Micro Four Thirds system is basically a slimmed down version of the two… »8/05/08 8:31am8/05/08 8:31am