Kurt_K: Interesting interview. I think I would seriously consider a Fuji if it wasn't for the X-trans sensor. I see people on here who say that the smudgy looking files are down to poor conversions through Lightroom but, honestly, the files I've seen from Capture One conversions don't look any better.
this has been my experience too. I sold mine unfortunately but there is a lot to like just not image quality.
Robert Garcia NYC: I would've asked him about the noise reduction can you please turn it completely off. This is what makes the Fuji files looks smudgy.
No, it's obvious to folks that use other cameras from other companies that noise reduction is applied even to the raws. I mean a little bit is fine. Also, I had an XT1 and only use Capture to process my images and it's there.
I would've asked him about the noise reduction can you please turn it completely off. This is what makes the Fuji files looks smudgy.
Stephen Scharf: The Fuji X-A-series are really under-rated cameras. I have the original X-A1, and the image quality, color, dynamic range, and high-ISO noise performance are exceptional. The X-A1 may have the best noise performance at high ISO of any of the X-series cameras (see the review of this by Imaging Resource last year).
At this price point, you get a very capable camera that has image quality that exceeds the Olympus OM-D series (I also own the OM-D E-M1 and previously owned the E-M5), and the camera scales very well with the higher specification Fuji X-mount lenses.
Great way to get in to the Fuji X system at a very reasonable cost. It also pairs beautifully with the sweet little 27mm pancake.
I mean Fuji knocked off Olympus might as well go all the way with a stabilized body/Bayer/video. That would be a killer with Fuji color signature.
LaFonte: How about a new X100U with bayer sensor?
that would be awesome and stabilized with great speed.
Anyone knows why no E mount for Sony?
caravan: Amazing DR and resolution.This is the future..well done again,Canon.
Detail and color look pretty good for a micro four thirds.
As of January 20, 2015, it camera is still amazing in feel and quality of images. I can't wait for second iteration of it.
Im seeing very good color and pop from these images considering Dpreview can make a good camera shoot a bad pics it says a lot.
very good Canon you caught up to the Olympus Em1 micro four thirds.
Adrian Van: I would have put the XT1 as number 1 and EM1 as second or close to first. XT1 may edge for APSC sensor overall image quality and low noise in low light, however the lens range available on Olympus EM1 is extensive and can produce great images and great colour images out of camera. GH4, if looking at video would be the number one, but image quality I would put Fuji and Olympus ahead in their great out of camera jpegs, useful to the general consumer or enthusiast not always wanting to process Raw for personal photos. Sony should have been in this list, and although Nikon has great cameras in its DSLRs as does Canon, they really need to develop a mirrorless with a larger sensor as the 1 sensor cannot match the quality of any of the others. Sony has some impressive cameras out this year, one should have been on this list. My thoughts anyway. Yours may vary.
Em1 all the way i had the XT1 and I preferred the Olympus in every thing.
This will a big seller for Sony.
They should give the photographer a raise. Shots here are usually bad, I'm impressed.
jackspra: Some shots look way out of focus to me.The cork being one.
you know that cork shot is ISO 10,000 right? smh
you know that is iso 10,000 right?
Good to go... i like it.
I would love see a lot more sample images of the LX100