I´d prefer if you had knocked down contrast (and sharpness and color) before filming. Most scenes are high contrast and using the camera´s default setting it´s not possible to evaluate the potential of this thing. Shadows are almost without details.
zinedi: Tell me why some manufacturers are competing in biggest/smallest item horse-race? Max. Mpix number (with IQ trade-off), smallest design (with handling trade-off), etc. Why they simply don't listen to our needs, wishes?Fuji is trying and showing the way - thank you Fuji, Sony - you are wrong - my opinion only.
Exactly my point, Clint. Read my message one more time ;-)
Absolutely. My point: If the poster wants to discuss the issue of cramming too many pixels on a sensor, the RX1 is not a very good example :)
If your shooting style requires the functionality of a dslr, why complain over a camera that is meant to be something very different?
Talking about max mpix number, there is more room for the 24 megapixels on the Sony full frame than for the 16,3 MP on the Fuji X-pro 1. 35,1 square mm per MP on the Sony vs 22,6 on the Fuji.
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