I swapped my Nikon DSLR full frame for the Olympus Micro Four Thirds system and have been delighted with the results. So it was with some anxiety that I read of Olympus' intention to sell off its camera and lenses side of the business to a Japanese Private Equity firm.

Various blogs on the internet did nothing to lessen my fears, with talk of asset stripping and someone predicting the end of such cameras as the EM1 and EM5.

But then I read of Olympus publishing a road map launching two new Pro series zooms, one telephoto, the other wide angle.

Oh well, best keep taking pictures with what kit I have, but watch this space.

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  • Philip Bryan

Our friends at the Merton Heritage Service have released a new range of resources designed as a tribute to our wonderful NHS and to thank all those medical staff to whom we owe such a debt of gratitude at the current time.

The new NHS page includes online displays, poems, music, films, reminiscence materials and activities. Check it out

It looks as though the All Saint's Centre in Hackbridge where we hold our club meetings will be opening in September. There will of course be special measures in place to maintain social distancing to keep all users safe.

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