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While it isn't time yet for a Thrifty Thursday article (keep your eyes peeled for the next edition of that this week), there's a new Olympus promotion we wanted to share as soon as we heard about it. Olympus has a new trade-in trade-up event, which is available at Adorama and B&H. The trade-in event allows you to trade in any camera and/or lens and get up to a $300 bonus toward select
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 III made its debut last week, introducing 4K video capture to Olympus' entry-level OM-D series. And there's more good news: you can use a combination of 5-axis mechanical and digital image stabilization while shooting 4K. This makes for some seriously stable footage on the fly, as demonstrated by the sample reel above – all shot handheld. Check out the footage, and keep you
As summer reaches its end and we head into fall, the first weekend of September is here, and with it, our regularly-scheduled Firmware Friday post. This week's roundup is a bit of an unusual one, though, as we've already told you of the week's biggest news, and the bulk of what we have to discuss is actually software, rather than firmware. But be that as it may, let's get right do
Hands-on with the new Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IIIThe new Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III is superficially quite similar to its predecessor, but despite inheriting many of the same features, the feature set has been tweaked to make the new camera easier – and more fun – to use.In this slideshow, we'll offer a quick tour of the new camera, and its most important features – both old and new.Hands-on wit
It's been a while since I had the chance to shoot with a camera before its official announcement, but with the Olympus E-M10 III, which the company has just revealed today, I'm pleased to have been able to do just that. To coincide with the launch, I've just posted my first real-world test of the E-M10 III, after spending some time shooting with the 16-megapixel, Micro Four Thirds mir
We're just a few days away from the Great American Eclipse, happening midday this Monday, August 21st, across the continental USA. I was in the middle of culling images from a shoot with the Olympus 12-100mm f/4, and the clouds across the Atlantic briefly obscurring the sun reminded me that we are now oh-so-close to that historic occassion. When the sun goes dark The moon is already in many w
Mount Rainier from Grand Park ISO 200 | 21mm | F3.5 | 1/80thOne of the things that I love the most about my Olympus PEN-F camera is its chameleon-like nature. One minute it can be a tourist snapshot camera, the next a rugged backwoods professional shooting rig. Once I was even chastised for ‘still shooting film’ by a millennial.This past summer I decided to take my PEN-F with me on my annual ultr
Click here to read our Olympus 150mm f/2 Gallery article Camera bodies come and go, but some lenses transcend time. The Olympus 150mm (300mm eq.) f/2 Zuiko is just such a lens, and it seemed only fitting to pair it up with two of the most formidable camera bodies in the current Olympus family in the PEN-F and the E-M1 Mark II. This is, of course, an ol
Shutter Release is a regular series here at Imaging Resource where we deliver interesting photography content to you in a burst of bite-sized stories. We see a lot of great content but there is not always a good way for us to share it with you via a dedicated news story. Rather than risk you not seeing it, we decided to do the roundup-style "Shutter Release" article. In today's Shutter Releas
Washington State's Pacific coastal beaches are quite the contrast to what you usually find around Puget Sound near Seattle. The pebbles, barnacled rocks and copious sickly sea foam give way to pillow-soft sand, waves you can surf and mountainous, craggy rock formations that make for an otherworldly visual experience. As a local, I'll admit that I love both varieties. But despite how picturesque a


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