For me, the EXR sensor of the X100 still more "mojo" - I do not need the "new".Also, I think and I think the X100 is still the best Fuji-Cam
This update does not need a man -costs too much
the only true Fuji camera is still the awesome X100 - nobody needs a Fuji system -I can not Fuji-System, for that I have my Pentax K-5: still the no. 1 for System Camera
if it were as big as an X10, with a "1" sensor - I would have bought it for $ 600
I think I was right, I kept my X100 - maybe next year FUJI ;)
costs almost nothingextremely inexpensivebetter - utter nonsense
I think this X-E1 does not have to have - the legend, the X100 own - it is simply unbeatable
mumintroll: This camera NEVER can reach picture quality of Merrill DP2 on basic ISO. NEVER. You don't believe? Check this images and compare with RX1.Images are in discussion from Frank.http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/sigma_dp1_merrill_review/comments/
good photos, but the best there is?do not think so - the X100, OM-D etc. make just as good
Häääähhhhh - Gold Award?why???
thank god - I've kept my Pentax k-5
Isit13: These IQ tests are mostly for color rendition and quality in general and not for sharpness as ive understood? Because i will not buy the fact that my D3100 beats the Leica M9 in sharpness am i right? Sorry for the offtopic question, i thought it better than to start a thread about it.
and how right they are
I was four months ago, sold my 5d II and never looked back.APS-C (Pentax K-5) appeals to me more. . .And now, in addition to my GH2 (HackVitaliy) for Film, I bought the awesome OM-D E-M5, because I already own this very good lenses.MFT is at a very high level - almost on par with the top-DX Pro Pentax K-5 -at this level it does not matter anymore to the camera, but the photographer
for K-5I think the AF fits better and faster after the update:Ltd. 40mm, 70mm and 18-55mm WR Ltd.;)
marike6: "Digital SLR Photography" magazine just named the Nikon D800 "Gear of the Year 2012". Out of all the great cameras released in 2012, it's the obvious choice.
why?the user on dpreview chose the OM-D -and that's okay
tung seng: why Nikon D800 OR D800E</a> in second place.? I think it is deserve to be at first position. Well that was true in 2012 before christmas was the very busiest days ever had. Well any way the good result is shown.
why?I think the user chose - the number 1 is the OM-Dshe deserves it;.))
Congratulations Olympus - the D800 as runner -immediately bought an OM-D - a legend already:)))
mike kobal: Aye, to my eyes, silkypix still does the best job with raw files. Suggestion to Fuji/Silypix: Why not overhaul/update the bundled raw converter to current standards-look at Canon's DPP, it does a fantastic job and is free.
I also think Silkypix is still the best choice -could be improved, that would be nice -otherwise - I like to use Silkypix
is indeed given almost?who need's today?
Fox Fisher: Sensor size 2/3" (8.8 x 6.6 mm)... No matter how superior the fuji's low light and noise performance, it makes me sad to see an innovative company live fuji to stick with this tiny sensor, I'd have bought it instant if it had 1" or larger sensor.
the awesome Leica Digilux2 has a "2/3" sensor, if I'm not mistaken -she X10 is awesome and the X20 we have a little better