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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 Micro Four Thirds Camera Review - Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 Micro Four Thirds Camera Review
Tue, August 31 2010 | 8:31PM | PermaLink Feedback?
To be honest, when Micro Four Thirds format was announced, I couldn’t really see the point. Sure, the cameras were slightly smaller but not by much. If you look at older Micro Four Thirds cameras like the Panasonic G1 and GH1, they’re smaller than something like a Canon Rebel but not by a serious amount. You still can’t fit them comfortably inside a jacket pocket and you’re missing some comforts we are used to on a traditional DSLR, not to mention the fact that introducing a whole new camera system means people have to purchase a whole new set of lenses. However, the most recent batch of m-4/3rds bodies have been sleeker, more attractive and more fully featured in comparison, showing that the format is evolving into something that is if not a competitor to the old guards of Canon and Nikon, then definitely a niche alternative with a legitimate market share.
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 2x OCZ Apex 120 GB Solid State Drives - 2x OCZ Apex 120 GB Solid State Drives
Thu, May 28 2009 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Taking all of this into consideration, most users simply can't afford / stomach the pain to spend $800 for only 64 GB of storage capacity regardless of what kind of memory it uses. But, these same users also desire something that is quick and won't cause stuttering / pauses when used as an OS drive, a common problem with early generation SSDs. For those that fall into this category, OCZ created the Apex Series of solid state drives. Utilizing an internal RAID 0 configuration to help eliminate poor performance and stuttering, can the OCZ Apex live up to our expectations of what a midrange MLC-based SSD should deliver?"
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