hm interesting, but why would I choose it over the Canon one? Its heavier and not significantly cheaper....and the Canon one is already extremely good.
peevee1: They call 615g/115mm long lens "compact"?
umm? yes, its a full frame wide angle
I might have missed it, buthow long does the Fuji maintain the 8fps in raw and in jpg?
Overall a very well thought out cam.Well Done Fuji!
"foreseeable future", yeah sure,I do not care about any statements from Adobe anymore. This company completely lost my trust.I have no confidence and this won't change anytime soon due to their catastrophic marketing and handling of this "matter" and the way they have treated and ignored many of their customers.I spend my money elsewhere now...
Not an alternative for many of us, no MacOsX version :(
KZMike: For the $$$, I'd like to see a rear LCD screen that can, at least, adjust up or down. Such a large % of my shots seem to 'want' this. Can someone tell me why Nikon,Cannon limit this to their "lesser" bodies?
The 6D at least has build in remote control, which for many situations comes closer or is even better than an articulated display.Still I agree, in the future I want a FF and APS-C cam to have a flexible screen and build in wifi for remote usage. Uses your mind it opens up more options, be creative. :)
Buffer is already full with a few Raws in only second? Good for hunting snails... ;)Looking forward to test one, but thats unfortunately already one major design flaw.
Gothmoth: i think it is fair to say.... the only good in nikon cameras these days is the sony sensor.