Category Archives: Micro Four Thirds

Micro Four Thirds Cameras and Lens Correction

Unexpected Support

Quick update on the support position for the Panasonic GX7. Phase One won’t commit themselves on Capture One support. It looks like the DNG converter is the best Adobe are going to do. I also haven’t yet managed to track down updates for some utilities like ExifTool, although they may exist.

Then last night as an idle thought I tried the RAW processing app I have on my Galaxy Note tablet, PhotoMate. It worked first time with the GX7 images! Nice.

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What’s More Important: Hardware or Software?

We live, as some of you might have noticed, in a digital age. The displacement of older technologies by digital versions has been accompanied and largely enabled by rapid, substantial advances in technology. Yet a couple of recent experiences suggest Continue reading

Monday, May 20, 2013 in Micro Four Thirds, Photography, Thoughts on the World

MFT: Formula, What Formula?

In a discussion with Phil Harvey of exiftool fame, it became apparent that the first problem I have to solve in respect of Micro Four Thirds lens correction is to understand the formula, or formulae, being used to apply the Continue reading

Friday, September 7, 2012 in Micro Four Thirds

The Micro Four Thirds Lens Correction Project

Although most Micro Four Thirds (MFT) lenses are tiny,  the cameras produce great JPG files with apparently little or no geometric distortion. They do this by applying corrections in camera,  and the correction parameter data is also stored with the Continue reading

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 in Code & Development, Micro Four Thirds, Photography

Finally, Something Smaller

First Impressions of the Panasonic GH2 Continue reading

Thursday, June 28, 2012 in Micro Four Thirds, Photography, Thoughts on the World