Housekeeping note: TOP won't be updating today, while the proprietor pretends to take a day off (although new comments will be posted).
Tomorrow, we will publish "Kirk's Take" by Kirk Tuck—this month, a review of the Leica/Panasonic 25mm ƒ/1.4 Summilux lens for Micro 4/3 which has apparently just been discontinued. (That's unconfirmed. It's out of stock at B&H; Amazon no longer lists it as current; and it's backordered on the Panasonic website. All of which usually means tha-tha-tha-tha-that's all, folks!)
[UPDATE: It's probably more likely that this is just one of Panasonic's periodic supply irruptions. Adorama has the lens in stock (link removed—see below), for a good price. —MJ]
[UPDATE #2: Reader Joe Kashi writes to say: "It is not in stock at Adorama. Their web site representation to the contrary is not correct. They took my order and then converted it into a backorder." Caveat emptor, and sorry for temporarily steering you awry. —MJ]
If you'd like something to mull over today, try John Bates' "No Emus on the Airplane!" from June 2006. Fair warning, though—it's a piece to read slowly and carefully and think about, not one to skim.
Enjoy our day off....
Mike, TOP's One-Man Sidewalk Band
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