MFT, Fuji and NEX

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Martin.au
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Re: MFT, Fuji and NEX
In reply to joseluisherranz, 7 months ago

joseluisherranz wrote:

Lumixdude wrote:

This proves categorically the faults with X-Trans, it creates blurry images which lack fine details. It's the number one reason I'll never own a Fuji camera until X-Trans has an off switch. Speaking of base ISO is irrelevant, X-Trans destroys images whether at base ISO or otherwise and from a technical perspective as it should be looked at to achieve what it does, it's not a good solution.

Perhaps if you're too lazy to care and you want to post jpegs out of the camera to facebook then you buy a Fuji camera.

Sorry. But I don´t think fuji creates blurry images at all. See example.

In other threads I was asking if other mirrorless could match this sample which would mean is ENOUGH for me. Not nex with actual lens line (I had nex 6 and sold)

I HAVE to change my nikon for bulk and weight and need something WAY faster than Fuji X-E1.

I can state that the X-E1 is useless for me in moving subjects and fast AF. Perfect for the rest.

I NEED something like Oly E-m whatever $$$ and a 75 1.8 for the type of pics I like. Would the AF be fast enough for moving people in candid shots?

I would not call this blurry !!!! Fuji kit lens.

If I could get 90% of IQ with Oly and 75 1.8 with fast AF it would be PERFECT FOR ME

I think it would be fast enough.

Check these threads.

http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3662244?page=1

75mm is great – Roller Derby

As for how sharp the 75mm can be, well, no portraits from me but this fellow included quite a few in his thread.

Long Term Pictorial Review: Olympus 75 f/1.8

And my thread with a bird portrait.

http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3568967

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