What Is It With Fuji X and AF Performance?

Started Jan 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
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David V
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Re: this is Fuji issue, not CDAF
In reply to Mr Hyde, Jan 3, 2013

Mr Hyde wrote:

ohmydentist wrote:

Sony Nex, Olympus, and Panasonic cameras with CDAF all show blazing fast AF, only thing lagging behind PDAF would be subject tracking.

I remember it took a few years for Olympus to catch up to Panasonic's AF speed, and I'm sure Fuji is going through the same learning curve.

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Just Shoot !

I'd take issue with you in relation to the Sony NEX 7, at least. I owned that and enjoyed it, but AF was no better than the X-Pro, in my view. It was a frequent occurrence that I missed shots because the camera could not focus, or would not focus accurately. It just seems to me that the case is overstated by many, and I get about as many red frames on my Fuji as I got green dotted borders on my NEX.

Yes, and with the lineup of native E-mount lenses, the image quality out of the NEX line is just above mediocre.  I have and NEX 5N, and I only use it for video or if my girlfriend wants to use it, as she likes it's size and the graphical menu (go figure).

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