What is advantage and disadvantage between X-trans vs Bayer array

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Re: What is advantage and disadvantage between X-trans vs Bayer array
In reply to junyo, Sep 7, 2013

Or perhaps how your taste runs. I use Lightroom, and have no issues with RAW processing at all, even comparing among traditional sensors (D7000, NEX-5R) for the same shot and conditions.

That said, I am not sure much of the hype is true. Even on much-higher-resolutions systems, +/- the filter does not seem to make an resolution difference (D800/D800E, not as directly comparable, but D7000/D7100), esp in the absence of high-end lens, and a lot of the 'amazing low light capability!', though not all, by far, was related to Fuji dramatically misstating their ISO settings.

That said, I love my X-E1, and the pics I get from it. But, I got it mostly for the controls and handling. If they changed to Bayer sensors, if I could get images I liked after processing, I could care less.

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