The End Of My X-Pro Era

Started Jan 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
deednets
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Re: The End Of My X-Pro Era
In reply to Gaijin Tourist, Jan 25, 2013

Gaijin Tourist wrote:

I'd suppose it ultimately depends on whcih market Fujifilm sees as the home for this camera.

IF they want to be considered a truly professional grade instrument the one/two punch of

1) the just hit+miss enough nature of the AF (good enough to buy it, NOT good enough to keep it after repeatedly losing the money shots in front of you)

. . . . and . . . .

2) no adoption of Lightroom, Photoshop, or anything else as a standard workflow product

. . . .had better get fixed, soon, or the market will move on.

For them to birth a whole system so quickly, I can certainly understand they're behind the curve to other makes in some features. But to stay in the game, ya got to pony up, meet 'em, and raise 'em. And for a lot of guys, wonky AF and SilkyPix is just not enough chips to play the next hand.

All the Best,

JW

You realise that both LR and Phase One's Capture One 7 support Fuji X-Pro1 & X-E1?

Cheers

Deed

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