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Want to Win an Olympus EPL-2?

We've got a great opportunity for you: You can win an Olympus EPL-2 with a 14-42mm lens in a contest we're hosting with the Micro Four Thirds User Group. To enter all you need to do is:

1) "Like" the Mu-43.com Facebook page

2) "Like" the B&H Photo Facebook Page

3) Go to Mu-43.com and leave a comment on this hyperlinked blogpost. If you're not yet a member, you'll have to register. You can do that here.

OR:

1) Follow Mu-43.com on Twitter

2) Follow B&H Photo on Twitter

3) Retweet this hyperlinked post (see "Tweet" button at the top of post or retweet this) making sure to include the #mu43 hashtag.

4) Go to Mu-43.com and leave a comment on this hyperlinked blogpost. If you're not yet a member, you'll have to register. You can do that here.

The contest ends on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at midnight GMT (8pm EST), at which time a winner will be randomly selected.

Read more about this contest and the rules—click this hyperlinked posting.

Breaking Tradition: Using the Olympus EPL-2's Art Filters To Shoot a Concert

Have you ever thought of embracing flaws instead of fighting them? We recently wrote about trying to correct discolored concert photos. While testing the Olympus EPL-2 at a Chiptunes Concert, I learned a valuable lesson: that to create better work, sometimes you need to break away from tradition and not take your work so seriously.

Micro Four Thirds Goes Pro Video

Yup. Someone finally did it. With the announcement of the AG-AF100, Panasonic is putting a DSLR-sized sensor into a dedicated, professional video camera. Micro Four Thirds is going primetime. What does this mean for you? If you’re a filmmaker or video artist wanting shallow depth of field characteristics, multiple lens choices, and pro-grade audio and video I/O, this just might be the camera you’ve been waiting for.

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