vittorionava: I spent some time comparing the images and I do not find any superiority of the Fuji... On the contrary! I can still read the words on the red brush in the lower right corner even at very high sensitivity... Just try and see...
XT-1 and EM-10 are very close. The colors are pretty close and but the EM-10 is sharper at all ISO's. X-T1 images look like Fuji processed them to remove noise and maybe added fine grain that is why they look so soft and require lots of work to get right.
itsastickup: No bokeh no buy.
You have to pay a bomb to get anywhere near the bokeh of an APS-C 35/1.8.
m4/3 is fine for many purposes, but without affordable bokeh it's off many of our radars.
That 25/1.2 should be a maximum $200.
Who are they kidding. Grow up, Olympus. Get some cojones and do what you know you have to do.
you want bokeh go full frame not APS-C... Show me the bokeh!!
I'm trying really hard to like the people shots for the new Fuji. I think something has been lost since the earlier Fuji's particularly the X100.
Shunda77: Why are all the Canikon fan bois running so scared over these Fuji cameras?
Is it because Nikon's woeful jpeg engines and Canon's outdated sensors are developing into festering sores on the buttocks?
I like Fuji but has your photography improved is question. It's just a device and I think it prolly hard to buy a bad camera nowadays.
Thank you Dpreview for your honesty about the jpegs. Besides that great camera for stills.
sensor is just little bigger that micro four thirds I wouldn't consider it apsc but let see what it does.
hmm, no image stabilization?
I'm seeing no skin texture now at iso 800 they are taking the NR too far I prefer to turn the NR off but it seems there isn't a way for jpegs. I have a full frame and want a jpeg shooter.
skin texture does not look good at iso 800. Is there a way to disable NR on X-T1?
This doesn't look so good, nice color though. Skin looks really soft and filtery looking.
I hope the worlds fastest AF is not the usual B.S. from Fuji.
Worlds fastest??!! what again? Cut it out Fuji you got me the last couple of times with same hype.
She really knows what she is doing this has a great look and feel and she did with a 2008 camera, bravo. That goes to show you that it takes a little more than your usual presets to make your images shine.
Canon 6D EF 35 f2
1/32 sec; f/2.2; ISO 1600
On set another long day at Pier 59, NYC.
they finally got someone that can shoot
Where is this review?
6400 that looks to good to be true. No, skin softening effect.
colors look good though.