It looks complex, but put Inon's X-2 housing in perspective and you will appreciate its grace. Meant for Panasonic's micro four thirds GF1, the X-2 adds bulk, but only enough to make your camera around the size of an SLR.
Beauty, love, ingenuity, forgiveness, and duct tape. This week's Now Available showcases some colorful cameras, a brilliant and simple home networking solution, a redeemed 27" display, and a tripod that turns your iPod Touch into bizarro Spiderman.
There are four Micro Four Thirds cameras on the market right now. That's it. But with Panasonic's GF1, investing in the mini genre makes more sense than ever—if you know what you're getting into.
I got excited about the Olympus EP1—and not because I saw it fondled by scantily dressed girls—but this leaked Panasonic Lumix GF1 Micro Four Thirds has awakened my pantsing instinct. You'll be mine, you pseudo-german hottness you.