What about the Fujifilm X-E1?
hoppag wrote:Hi,I came into the NEX world a few months ago. I was using an E-PL1 and Panny 14mm F2.5 before and loved this combination, colour and sharpness were really pleasing to my eye. A few of months back I decided that I wanted better AF and better low light performance, so looked into upgrading to the E-P3 (since I liked my E-PL1 so much) but kept seeing lovely images shot with the 5N. In the end, an epic deal on the 5N came along and I found myself with the twin lens kit.I shoot in RAW and develop in LR4 (as I did with the Olly) and was surprised to find I was a little disappointed with results from both lenses. I thought that maybe the new combo was just not as sharp as the Olly / Panny combo so picked up the Sigma 19mm for a good comparison as it's basically the same 35mm FL and I'd read it was sharp. Things got a lot more pleasing to me.... but....I shoot a little using manual focus but that's not really an option when you carrying a 3 year old whilst trying to take a pic of a 6 year old chasing you. So I need good AF.I also quite like a bit of context (room / background) in my photos and am often interacting with the kids whilst shooting, so I like wider lenses. This is where I am finding trouble with the NEX system as they are awesome in good light but since I can't really afford the 24mm Zeiss I'm basically out of options. I generally shoot candid snaps of my family (kids) and friends and it's often indoors in lowish light and they're often in motion (read as - I want fast lenses). So, the options I have come up with are:- Get a used SEL50F1.8 and try to take a few steps back/away from subject- Use the flash more (I have the HVL-F20 and use bounce, which is great, but I prefer to shoot in natural light where possible)- Wait to see what new lenses comes out next year, tempted by the SEL35F18 and I hear a new pancake is coming (I assume the new Zeiss lenses will also be too pricy)- Go back to an Olly and get an E-P3 or E-PL5 (which has the same sensor as the OMD). Increasing ISO seems a bit wrong when I could move system, have faster lenses and shoot at low ISO. Also I find higher ISO results in a loss of sharpness.The last options is really tempting at the moment as they have lots of lenses I like the look of, like the Olly 17mm F1.8 and Panny 25 F1.4. This coupled with the sharpness I like, faster AF and better GUI, I'm finding it hard not to sell all of the NEX gear I have bought over the past couple of months.Am I being an idiot?