Panasonic Lumix G9: First impressions, deskbound

The G9 has landed on Mike's desk. What are his initial impressions before even taking it out of the door? This is the quintessential deskbound test.....

Focus stacking on Panasonic cameras

Focus stacking is made easier with new software now available for Panasonic cameras. This little guide could help....

Olympus OM-D v Panasonic GH5

Micro four-thirds has demonstrated big advances in image quality over the past five years. But it is the small size of the equipment and the speed of operation, particularly of autofocus that impresses. The the pro-level bodies such as the OM-D E-M1 and the Lumix GX5 set new standards......

Panasonic Lumix introduce new 24-720mm compact

The new Lumix TZ90 offers a 24-720mm zoom range, a Leica lens and slips in your pocket. So where's the snag?

CameraPhone Quest II: A cruise with the Panasonic CM1

Bill's search for the Holy Phone continues. He moves on from the ill-received Kodak Ektra to the Panasonic CM1 which, he says, is the modern incarnation of the First World War Kodak Vest Pocket camera.....

Review: Panasonic Lumix GX8

Panasonic's GX8 is a camera that handles well, produces superb results and works so well with Panasonic's Leica-branded lenses. Mike has been putting it through its paces with a variety of lenses.

A taste of Cuba: September/October 2015

My wife and I had often talked about going to Cuba before it changed and this year we decided to take the plunge. The first impression was of having gone back in time. There were very few cars and people were either walking or waiting for buses or hitching lifts. There were very few shops and no sign whatsoever of any advertising. Now that the country is opening to outside influence, this remarkable taste of history cannot be long in the changing.

Top ten posts on Macfilos this week

Again this week top ranking in MacFilos posts went to our review of the Fujinon XF 18-135 weather-resistant zoom lens. There is still huge interest...