Fuji X20 review posted

Started Apr 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
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X-Trans advantage at high ISO only
In reply to Trevor G, Apr 30, 2013

Trevor G wrote:

Even on APS-C, the advantages of X-Trans are only visible at high ISO, and when I look at most of my good images, they are mostly taken at low ISO.

Do you really think so?

Both images are RAW ISO100 processed at default settings in Silkypix 5.  What do you think?

I was comparing JPEG. I think I would never use Silkypix, and am even resistant to using Corel Aftershot, which is the only commercial Raw processor that runs on Linux. (I am hoping to avoid Windows for the rest of my life.)

This thread is full of people who have an X20 and like it, so I am happy for them, but in some ways it does not really seem like a big improvement over the F200EXR.

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