tiberiousgracchus: Is that Steve Huff in the last photo ?? aha he is raving about this camera although his sample photos were not much to go by. . apart from the look of this camera not impressed by much else.
I thought there was a catch. I went there out of curiosity tbh. I expected it really.
Is that Steve Huff in the last photo ?? aha he is raving about this camera although his sample photos were not much to go by. . apart from the look of this camera not impressed by much else.
Not sure about the IQ . Looks lovely but I will stick with Fuji. Oh and the Art dial at the front ? no thanks
roytempest: As many people have pointed out, it's not the cheapest camera on the market, but then that's not really the point. Many have also pointed out that there are cameras out there with better specs, but then that's not really the point either.
You buy into Fuji for the joy of photography and for the lenses.
Fans of consumer electronics who just want the best spec/price ratio are well served by other brands.
I believe the price will drop. Leica ya well they are leica prices I know. I agree with you
Is it a joy to use? I would hazard a guess that its a yes.
rejor11: I'm glad they came out with the xpro 2, but at that price point, I'm better served with a new D-750.... or even just an xt-1 with a lens.
I think I'm going to wait for the new Pentax FF to come out, see how that turns out.
How you use your camera will determine your selection of camera. The circumstance is which you use your camera will determine you selection. Im sure the price will come down but for some in itself its a vital tool to get the job done now.
Agreed. If you click with this camera you will use it and get the best out of it. Yes its pricey but the point is if the match is good you will enjoy it to the last drop. I love my X100.
I have the old X100 still love it..but apart from the fast lens in low light conditions the onboard flash is stunning.
Fuj where are you ?
fberns: It was the photographer's camera, he made the trip, he was there near the monkeys, he published the photo. If it's not him to decide on those photos. the law is buillshit.
Who set the camera up?
All the hard work the photographer put into getting there for the monkey to have his hands on the camera in the first place means nothing then? Its the photographers property. The large organisations are using a loophole to 'own' what could be an all time classic image.
Stunning work. Beautiful patterns.
im gonna have many a sleepless night...
Roland Karlsson: This is one of the strangest design decisions ever made.
his work is fantastic.This camera.no no
to go with the Chrysler Cruiser... ? Sorry the organic styling of the body just does not mesh with the lens. Thats me
Different style of shooting ..not my style but pretty interesting motionless toy like people. Comparing these with Iphone images is laughable.
great ideas come from some bad ones or so called bad ones and lessons are learnt but only when you put something into production do you realize it was perhaps not the best thing to do...but you take risks and sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. good on pentax for sticking their neck out.
Smile !! ah wait..incoming call
Jeff Greenberg: No more Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians.No light skin or dark skin.Its official, everyone is orange.