What's Fuji's point?

Started Jan 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
Wellington100
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Re: What's Fuji's point?
In reply to marike6, Jan 28, 2013

marike6 wrote:

PAUL TILL wrote:

That's because the X100 has a Sony sensor in it.

So? The fact is the X-Pro1 and X-E1 outperform the X100 for IQ (high ISO, DR, color depth). The X100 has a great lens, and a good sensor. But the increased DR, high ISO performance, better colors, higher resolution, and increased sharpness because of the OLPF-less architecture are the reason to prefer the Fuji X-Trans sensors.

It does make sense that all those improvements came about just by swopping around the the CFA and eliminating the AA filter on what is otherwise a conventional sensor. Surely the sensor itself must play a part is this as well.

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