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Micro Four Thirds Lens Reviews

A database of both editorial and member lens reviews for the micro four thirds system
  1. Zoom Lenses

    Zoom lens reviews for Micro Four Thirds by Fotozones members. Add your opinions to our database!
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    MFT lenses

    Primes Lenses

    Prime lens reviews for Micro Four Thirds by Fotozones members. Add your opinion to our database!
    29
    MFT lenses

    Adapted Lenses

    Non-native Mount Lenses for MFT. Add your opinions to our database!
    2
    MFT lenses
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    • Tutorial: Product Photography Made Easy (Part 1)
      There are many, many ways to photograph products for online shopping sites where typically the vendors want a pure white background. Over a number of years of doing this type of work for clients I have found a method that is super efficient and doesn’t involve Photoshop editing at all.
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    • The Face in the Tree
      A few weeks back I 'enjoyed' a field trip with the RPS to the Open University campus in Milton Keynes. I say enjoy because storm Dennis was raging at the time and I did get very wet and battered. It was nevertheless very interesting though not as productive as hoped.
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    • Everest Base Camp trek
      Using the quarentine to process some pictures from my archives that were left aside.
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    • Gear Cabinet Project
      I love modular things, which might explain why the SLR camera system became so attractive to me exactly 20 years ago.
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    • Some Snowy Owls
      I spend the turn of the years 19/20 in Casselman, Ontario to photograph Snowy Owls which are amongst my favourite birds.
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    • Rio de Janeiro Tomorrow Museum
      Thank you for looking.
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    • Borobudur Indonesia
      In 2009 my wife and I visited family of my wife on Java, Indonesia. We toured this fascinating island and of course also went to see the famous Buddhist temple Borobudur (built 9th century).
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    • 17.5 Square Meters
      Originally this was the dining room of our rented house when we moved here in 2008. At that time I had set up my office-come-studio in the most eastern part of the house, which with two big windows facing east and north is the sunniest room in the house. It was in that space that I began my unintended career as a website developer and photographer.
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