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Can you recommend any books, blogs or websites that are focused on Olympus and/or Four-Thirds (micro and standard) equipment?

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How will we select a "best" answer here? Are all answers equally valid? Do you have a problem that you are trying to address? – dpollitt Nov 7 '11 at 16:26
Anyone think this should be a community wiki? Generalized to micro four thirds camera resources? – dpollitt Nov 7 '11 at 16:27

This is my go-to resource

At this site, you can find up-to-date news about the Micro Four Thirds industry (new cameras, technology breakthroughs, etc). They also lists the different cameras available in the Four Thirds and Micro Four Thirds formats. They appear to be sponsored by Olympus, but give seemingly unbiased information.

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Could you add a couple of words why it's your favorite or what kind of info can be found there? Thanks! – Imre Nov 8 '11 at 10:10

4/3 rumors (, while mainly about rumors for new products, also has a good bit of discussion about available lenses and ways to use these cameras.

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Thom Hogan of fame is also writing at I find that he has some good reviews and some good insight as to what 4/3rds is currently good at and where it needs to improve.

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The forum section at tends to focus on equipment. Checkout "Olympus DSLR Talk" and "Micro Four Thirds Talk".


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