ThatCamFan: Photo nr1 screams "moron" because so many things could go wrong and its dangerous. I do like most of the images but that fire one im calling him an id**t for.
I guess he believes what he sees. good thing here on a website like DPReview
Babaksabri: I would like to see the new X100 comes with a 24-105mm f1.8 zoom lens(35mm lens format equivalent).
Some people love to see the world burn.
dmaclau: mechanical focus is enough. weatherproofing is nice as is an articulating screen but my X-100 is perfectly fine without either of those...don't get "lens big."
+1Mechanical focus would be awesome
stevez: A collapsible 24-70 f3.5 would be nice. f3.5 to keep it compact.
The Maze400: I think this camera is perfect, if they want to improve the lens than 23mm f 1.2 would do the trick.
spa100: Strange. Fuji just came out with the X100T 8 months ago and now they release a new one? It must be a complement to the X100 line, not a relacement. 50mm eq lens? Zoom? I love my X100T. It's fine as it is. It's not perfection, but close.
Wait for this new sensor!
MarkMonckton: 10-23mm f1.8Quad Linear motor for high-speed autofocus 3 ED (extra low-dispersion) elements Lens Modulation Optimiser (LMO) technologyEXR III Processor for faster AF and face detection
You lost me with the zoom...
maciek sz: I would love to see 50mm equiv on such Fuji body. Right now only focal lenght is stopping me from buying X100T.
Converter. Brings you 50mm equivalents @ f/2
axian: The FoV on this camera is miserable. I would gladly trade off just a tiny bit more extrusion on the lens to get to 24mm full-frame equivalent. Took the x100s on a vacation and spent 98% of the time shooting with the iPhone instead.
Great looking camera, lots of compliments, etc. But as far as versatility goes it's not that great. Maybe I'm asking for too much. For the price, I'd definitely go with Leica D'Lux fixed lens shooter next time.
You have to be kidding me...
Karateka: Hi, im still not sure if buying the a6000 or panasonic gx7. I need it for vacation, children, it should be good in low-light and at least fit in a jacket.
I actually prefer the a6000 so far cause better grip, larger sensor and the gx7 is supposed to use too low shutter speed at Aperture mode.However, i realised on ,,new comparison tool'' that the red/blue colour-stripes from the puppets at iso 3200/low-light still have full contrast with gx7, the sony is like mud....Also the autofocus is said to be better on the gx7. There is also a touchscreen (really big advantage?) and it has an electronic noiseless shutter.
In terms of lenses the mft may be a bit smaller but i dont think its a big deal, price is almost the same i think. I wont buy huge bunch of lenses anyway, probably the sel 20 2.8 and the sel 35 1.8 for the sony.
Can anybody give me a hint or has anybod used both cameras?
I really would appreciate that, thanks.
same situation here. the a6000 is really a steal for €500. the lenses though... other than 1.8/35 and 1.8/24 (price: ouch!) i did not find a lens i fell in love. the 2.8/20 you mentioned seems like a better option (or 2.8/19 Sigma).
pro-GX7 for me would be in camera stabilizer and the silent shutter. plus if i would buy into m43s, i would not sell lenses anytime soon.
tecnoworld: This morning I had the opportunity to test this camera for about one hour (formerly I tried it in shop only). The af is impressive to say the least, compared to my Samsung nx300 (even with its fastest lenses on, like myn16-50 f2-2.8). I was able to lock focus on a passing biker and on a flying bird, with great precision. Also the buffer is great (the one of nx300 is ridiculous).
The evf is not as good as the one in x-e2, but does not show rainbows as the one in nx30 does.
I don't like the lack of a touch screen. I use it for focus point setting only, but that is handy. The rear display is about at the same level (quite low) of my nx300. Not visible in sunlight. But a6000 has evf, so it's fine.
I love the form factor, feels great in hands and during use.
I'm still perplexed about lens offering by Sony. Some good but expensive ones, many not so good ones.
watched the Fong review. This was the worst review i watched a long time ago. I don't even want to investigate if he is a good photographer. even advertisements can be better than this.
Cagey75: Seriously, not having a touch screen is a con these days?? Is this for photography or posting to facebook ffs!
touch screen -> quick focus selection. major pro in my opinion. like a dedicated button.
and it is not for facebook, ffs Cagey75
dervalrobert: Is there a way that the camera shoot whit a delay so that I can be in the picture??
@dervalrobert you have to be kidding...did you ever use a camera before?
robogobo: What a completely useless exercise.
no, to use a FF canon with a 24 - 70 L attached might be useless exercise for many people
J2Gphoto: This Fuji got my attention and I was giving it serious thought. Like I posted before I like the Olympus lens line up better. But now after reading Steve Huff's review of it and seeing the SOOC JPEG's and several other things he said the E-M1 does much better I am now convinced the E-M1 will be my next system. I'd advise anyone considering this camera to read Steve's review. He never pulls punches and gives honest real world use reviews.
we want to have good and reliable reviews about products, some of that cost thousands of dollars... (thank you DPReview Team BTW!!!)
but of course we want to have it FOR FREE!hello?
for me it's ok that steve and ken use their websites as part of their income. we don't HAVE TO VISITbut i do! because i like to get information about stuff i find interesting. the more the better.
and personally i love steve huffs reviews. they are fun most of the time and he is sort of grounded when he asks you in the reviews: "Do you think you need this?" and he might have some f0.95 lenses for his m43 cameras, but he repeats it all the time: olympus 2/12, 1.8/17 and 1.8/45 besides the voigtlanders... and he convinced me about smaller-than-FF cameras. For example i do have a nikon V1, a "toy" camera but for me it (almost) does everything i need.
KakoW: In need of a new camera, I went to the store today to try it out.
I was blown away : it offers full manual control in a small package and a very impressive IS. With the 17 f1.8 it handles well.
My GF didn't like it. The grip is short and shallow. She voted for the X-T1. She felt the E-M10 requires an aperture ring, since your left hand rests under the lens.
Try it before you buy it, is what I'm trying to say.
what's wrong with his old one?
flatrion: Where is the 'T' comes from ? It does not resemble Contax T, it is not made of titanium.
i like raw images, i really do. sometimes, they can allow for jaw-dropping adjustments.but most often they don't.i get it, you are professional, but you won't see a paradigm-shift increase in quality with DNGs from any camera.
fdfgdfgdgf: Flat IQ and colorsNikon D3300/5300 outperform it by a leap.
They need to move to APSC, then it will challenge DSLR's
so i assume you have a nikon DSLR and feel threatened?
Sad Joe: PLUS: Nice new cheaper OM model. CONS: Perhaps they should speak with their pals at Panasonic about video before bringing out anymore...
right. your opinion. everyone's got one...
i disagree. the E-M10 does not "need" an aperture ring. though it is nice to have one with the fuji lenses, people might see it as a must have, which is odd. for example: with the 25/1.8 prime, your left hand is not needed to stabilize a E-M10, because it is that light! and my right hand can do all the adjusting