Coliban: Hmm, the Fuji X-T10 was released last week and there are several tests, reports, studio scenes while one of the direct competitors, the canon M3 is already for months on the market and there is not even one studio comparison.
I like the Fuji X-series, indeed am thinking about purchasing whether the sony a6000, a Fuji or the canon m3, these are the main concurrent in this area, does someone know, where i could find test charts and comparissons for the Canon M3?
What are those Nikon N cameras you are talking about specifically the "N5"??
Never heard of that one
bazzap101: Some typos in the Specs list regarding Built in Flash :-)
Sorry for delay in responding
I note that the typo as been fixed as originally it had said that there was no in-built flash
Boss of Sony: Looks like a more attractive camera than X-T1. Disappointing that they removed the ISO dial that X-T1 had. Without that dial and without the massive EVF, and with roughly the same sensor, it seems like it is hard to differentiate this camera from the X-E2. It's just a different shape and has slightly better AF and a few other tweaks.
@Just a Photographer
What is wrong with cameras made in Thailand?
My now sold Nikon D200 & D300 had superb build quality. My D90 has never missed a beat and neither has my X-A1.
Some typos in the Specs list regarding Built in Flash :-)
aris14: 25 years ago our photographer lost (or it was stolen) all his equipment in the airport along with his travel bag. A motorcycle expo had to be covered for our mag. The only camera left was a compact (Canon or Minolta I can't remember). So editor and photographer went to the press day with that "little monster", did whatever they could and returned with some 20 rolls of film. To our surprise their job was great. We slightly changed our concept of presentation due to lack of some poses we had in mind and the "little monster" could not cope and OK.What I am saying is that photography in every aspect has traveled a long way since then.
John Glenn did not go to the moon
morepix: No EVF, no sale. Too bad. Or is that a pop-up EVF to the left of the hot shoe?
Wow!! That will have Canon shaking in their boots with that news
philipfenglin: The AF capability and dynamic range are really impressive. And I like it's light weight body. Having been using my old D90 for more than eight years, now seriously consider upgrade to this full-frame system. Well done, Nikon!
How old is that D90 again??? :-)
Carlos Loff: Where is the D400 ???
Alongside of the mythical D700s :-)
PaulDavis: I have never owned a fugitive camera but I was going to this would be it. Really nice little camera. It would be nice to put a small prime on there.
Actually you can attach Nikon lenses using an adaptor. I use a 85mm f1.4 D on my XPro1. All manual of course but nice results
Thank god they put the "BLOSSOM" mode in there :-)
No hot shoe :-(
Still no manual zoom, no hot shoe, no RAW