For birds - are we talking static birds or birds in flight?
Forget the Fuji for birds - unless you are shooting trained birds - they don't have any lenses for it right now. They have no long lenses...
From the specs - the X-Pro1 supports UHS I cards.
So just avoid the UHS II cards and you are good to go.
I picked mine up on March 7 from a Toronto retailer.
The first batch arrived last week...
Hello to all Canadians out there!
It's getting harder and harder to wait for the X-T1 now...
There is no 4k because the Fujitsu Milbeaut image processors didn't support it.
You would need to wait for the 8th generation processor...
Here is the article that Thom references in his article.
He was also comparing the Nikon cameras using the same sensor...
Most 35mm DSLR shooters are not looking at the Fuji as a replacement system - it will sit along side their FF gear for work that requires a smaller kit or that doesn't require the larger kit (e.g....
Maybe as test rigs for the D5 but Nikon has never changed the MP count of an s model update.
D2hs - no MP change from the D2h
D2xs - no MP change from the D2x
D300s - no MP change from the D300
Outdoor portraits - sure.
Indoor portraits - no - you will rarely have the space to use a 200mm prime inside a studio.
For weddings - no - unless you are second shooting or have an assistant that...
I think this is a much better approach.
Get Fujifilm to get develop a TTL flash system that people want to use first before talking about a wireless solution.
Why build a wireless solution for a...
My guess: same sensor, new processor.
Mostly likely this one:
Welcome to the Internet age where everything has to be faster and faster.
The refresh cycle for the D# series is 4 years - so take the release price divide by 4 and you have a rough idea of the...
But there was a 2 year gap between those models. Enough time for some hardware R&D projects to make it to production.
The X-E2 and X-T1 release had a 4 to 5 month gap. Not really enough time for...
The only other factor to consider is the lens roadmap.
Olympus is developing a 300mm F4 prime lens. That's gets you to 600mm in a fairly compact package (relatively speaking).
Fuji is developing a...
Last week I used a demo XE-2 body with 3 new lenses, 35, 60 and 55-200. I shot 650 images in RAW and all my images when viewed in Bridge CC are 32mg. I thought the...
I agree but that wasn't the OP's original question.
The OP was talking about running both systems.
I will say it again - not worth it.
If you want to run a duo system setup - run a DSLR and a...
Not worth it.
There is too much over lap between them.
The only thing I can think of where you would be shooting both system is the 2x crop factor of the m4/3 - it can get you to 600mm where the X...
Just remember that its a really small jpg compared to a "real" Panorama done in PS or in a computer.
2160 x 9600 (Vertical) on 180 degree Panorama
2160 x 6400 (Vertical) on 120 degree...
Correction - looks like I was incorrect about the data being for the Japanese home market.
It was for global shipments.
2013 CIPA Production & Shipment Numbers.
I think the...
I think the answer of why Nikon / Canon haven’t moved big on mirrorless is hinted at by Thom’s analysis of the Japanese home market.
Here is the Thom analysis using the CIPA shipment data for...
You will notice a bigger difference in your images when you switch to strobes with modifiers then switching from DX to FX.
If Studio portraiture is your thing - why do you need a D7100? Get a D3200...
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