LOL, good one!
Harry S: It's hard to complain when they keep releasing genuinely useful/noticeable firmware upgrades, but surely minimum shutter speed in AutoISO is a very easy fix?!
The X-M1 will have it so I would be surprised if this firmware update didn't include a minimum shutter speed setting.
If a Japanese company says 'drastically improve the performance' then these will turn into a totally different cameras.
ogl: X-Trans sensor is 5-6 year late. New cameras 16-36 MP with Bayer sensors without AA filter have very weak level of moire. It's not a problem at all.X-Trans is invention of new bicycle without technical support. Deadborn.Fuji can't make the best software for X-Trans sensor and can't solve the problem of their sensor. We get false colours and other types of artifacts instead of moire of Bayer . Adobe and other software developers try to offer anything, but no any serious results.I can't see any advantages of this marginal technology.
Sigma offers the best software to develop RAW from their specific Foveon. Why can't Fuji offer RAW converter?
and the FUD continues... Had you done just a little research, you'd have found out that Fuji delivers a (technically fine) RAW converter with their cameras.
I didn't expect Adobe to update their engine, looking at the almost negligible market share Fuji X has. So, really great, Adobe DOES move.I wonder if Fuji funded (at least a part of) the additional development required...