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My early review of the E-P3
I like it. A lot. It fits very well into a 'sweet spot' intersection of size and image quality.
Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH OIS(via)
This is why I've kinda hitched myself to the Micro 4/3rds bandwagon. Of all the mounts, Panasonic and Olympus have the best commitment to making unique and useful lenses.

Sure, there are optical compromises, but having a tiny pancake zoom to make a pocketable camera and then switching to a more substantial lens the rest of the time has its merits.
First thoughts on the E-P3
Had I thought this through, I would have probably paid for faster shipping...
Sony's Big Mistake(via)
If you are wondering why I have a micro four-thirds camera on the way instead of a NEX, this is a big part of it. For me, it's about compactness, lenses, and then megapixels I probably don't need to worry about. (My standard refrain is that if I need megapixels, I'll grab my RB67)

Well, that, and because Sony's overall corporate interest in delivering quality seems to have gone way down from what it used to be.
Serious Compacts: Pentax Q, Nikon, and the E-P3 that's on the way...
I find the Pentax Q interesting from a historical perspective. See, a long long time ago, Pentax made a really nice SLR system oriented towards the 110 film format. If you don't remember 110 film, it was one of the many attempts from Kodak to market more consumer-friendly film formats that just looked silly compared to any of the perfectly good 35mm cameras ranging from point-and-shoot to decent sized SLR....
Lytro is the Foveon of this decade
Most folks have been aware of Lytro since the papers their technology is based upon have come out. Lytro is not magic. By capturing a complete 'light field' with multiple sensors per image pixel, a photographer can selectively re-focus images.

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