TheWhiteDog: From what I am hearing and seeing so far it still looks like Photo Ninja will be the way I have to go for developing Xtrans files for the foreseeable future. But it is very heartening that Adobe is working with Fuji on future improvements down the line.
Oh really? Everybody worries about correct X-Trans development and wow, that's it. RawTherapee is a solution. Lol.
Oh Leica. Please do the same but no lens and M bayonet. I'll take for $3000.
skyfotos: I used film Leicas for many years but have never got used to the fatter feel of digital Leicas. I wish that they would slim the digital models down to the original film M3 size.
It's impossible now at least. A display + a sensor sandwich vs. thin film + back cover.
Menfromspb: Yandex Disk 10Gb, Sync, mobile app. since 2013
Yandex Disk is mordor vata service. So it sucks.
This crap doesn't matter in the current digital era. Especially real titanium.
willemd nl: The x-e2 has the same sensor, same processor and is just a few months older. Yes, it's a different formfactor and different price, but it's kinda lame they deliberately don't update the x-e2 to what it's technically capable of. Ah well, just hoping and dreaming. ;)
How SLR-like T10 can be replacement of RF-like E2?
Lan: No lossless RAW? No sale!
No sale at all :)))
Unwashed Russia. "Nasin speshl".
The Squire: I prefer to use Deluxe Paint III - It's subscription free and 32 colors are enough for anyone.
We all appreciate your choice. Keep us informed.
Too aggressive ironing at ISO above 3200. The skin of the buck-burger guy looks plastic and shiny at 6400. That's why I've decreased highest ISO in automatic mode to 3200 on my X-E2. It's better to underexpose and push it then.
Model is outdated. There should be Stellar III according to Sony RX100 MkIII :)))
Quite predictable step.
cpkuntz: Apple has always had insufferable advertisements, but at least the company behind them makes products meeting contemporary standards of quality. They don't put Intel 150 MHz 486 processors in their iPad. Canon still puts ancient sensors in full frame cameras, leading to the laughable situation in which entry-level crop cameras from everyone else have better IQ than Canon's $3000-$7000 pro cameras.
Oh really? I'm not a Canon fan, just Canon user. But is DxO about photographs or we're taking about pixel peeping? Blah-blah-blah.
Valiant Thor: Congratulations Canon; first time my bullsh*t-o-meter hit 9.9 this year.
There should be a gap for future cases. ;)
No cookies there pals. Let's disperse!
Wedding photographer: Hello all,I use an old Canon 85/1.8 for everyday tasks: photographing weddings, models and children. His focus speed and quality is more than enough for me. All examples in this section has been shot by them:http://zoomvrn.ru/fotosessii/family-foto/fotosessiya-detej or there: http://zoomvrn.ru/fotosessii/portfolio-modeli/kseniya Zeiss probably nice and sharp, but I have no idea how to use his manual focus on any kind of sequential shooting, because a small of aim mistake 1-2 cm (on wide open aperture) and a photo is ready to be sent to the trash.
Thanks for sharing your opinion. We'd like to know it for sure. Of course Zeiss team has wasted a plenty of time to make this lens. Please don't buy it.
vscd: So, you buy a small (and nice) Fuji X-T1 to show all your friends that mirrorless cams are lightweight, small and able to beat fullframe sensors... and then attach this hump to your cam? Congratulations. You failed.
P.S. By the way, the Zoom rotates the wrong way, again ;)
You've made my day! 100% right. I mean about size.
BRPWS: I am surprised with everything the Russia as a nation is doing to other nations that we would talk about their products as acceptable for sale considering restrictions being put on Russia by many other civilized nations.
Sorry, but a ban on Russian products is a ban on Russian products. I am all about wonderful new products but not from them.
The same soviet shiiiit as its elder brothers. I recognize that cr@py naked aluminum finish with an askew engravings. So slow. Have you said "lomo"? Why does it cost as some regular modern lenses? It should cost max $99 per item for export because of so-called "exclusiveness" and 100 roubles per a bucket at the domestic flea markets. Don't be so stupid, pals.
Now the answer to the article's heading "Yes it is". The same sh.i.t as in rumours.