In memoriam: Olympus brings down the curtain on the Four Thirds system: Digital Photography Review

I owned the Olympus E1 Four Thirds camera.  No…..Not Micro Four Thirds.  The 4/3 E1 had a larger mount but the same size sensor as the current Micro 4/3 cameras and along with it some of the most incredible optics.

The E1 together with the optics and maybe a little bit of myself produced some of the best images I ever made and to this day are still some of my favorites.

Kudos to Olympus for keeping the the sensor size the same.

 

It shouldn’t comes as a surprise, but it looks like it’s time to acknowledge that Olympus’ Zuiko Digital lenses and Four Thirds mount cameras are officially dead. We take a look back at the first ILC system designed specifically for digital. Read more

Source: In memoriam: Olympus brings down the curtain on the Four Thirds system: Digital Photography Review

Author: ELLIOT STERN

68 YEARS IN PHOTOGRAPHY - HAVE ALWAYS LOVED IT AND ALWAYS WILL.

2 thoughts on “In memoriam: Olympus brings down the curtain on the Four Thirds system: Digital Photography Review”

    1. I do not disagree in regards to their menus in their cameras but that does not take away from the quality of images and the quality of construction that Olympus provides. I guess it is in the hands of the beholder. Altering the real quote of course.

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