Last Updated on 11/23/2017 by Chris Gampat
If you’re looking for the be all end all guide to the Micro Four Thirds System, look no further.
Well, the time has come for us to start doing our end of the year posts and one way we plan to do that is with these ‘ultimate guide’ posts. On the docket for today is the Micro Four Thirds system, powered by Olympus and Panasonic, which continued to offer incredible performance in small packages during 2017.
We have posted several Panasonic, Olympus and overall Micro Four Thirds guides here over the last year regarding cameras and lenses. If you’re looking for an easy place to get some information on the this system then you are in the right place.
Olympus and Panasonic combine to give the Micro Four Thirds format its two largest contributors. In terms of cameras, there are no Micro Four Thirds rivals to Panasonic and Olympus, while on the lens front Olympus and Panasonic both bring incredible value while being supplemented by third party offerings from various manufacturers.
Despite their size, the micro four thirds system is capable of some stellar image quality; all while also keeping up with their APS-C and full frame brethren in most ways (wide FoV and low light performance being the notable exceptions). If you are looking to get into the Micro Four Thirds system, then you will want to take a look at the collections of guides and posts below…
- The Best Lenses For Your Panasonic or Olympus Micro Four Thirds Camera (Read It)
- Which Micro Four Thirds Camera Is Right For You? (Check It Out)
- After The Kit: 5 Incredible Lens Upgrades for Micro Four Thirds (Check It Out)
- Portraiture: Various Sensor Formats Visually Compared (Check It Out)
- Review: Olympus 30mm F3.5 (Check It Out)
- Review: Olympus 12-100mm F4 PRO (Check It Out)
So there you have it, our complete guide listing for the Micro Four Thirds System in 2017. If you are looking for guides on other camera systems stay tuned, those will be coming out soon as well – but also, make sure and check out our others on the Fujifilm X-Series, Canon EOS System, and Sony E-Mount system.