Canniborg

Canniborg

Joined on Feb 1, 2012

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Josh152: Even if you never see an orb you have still been knowingly sold a defective camera at an obscenely high price by Fuji who wont even openly admit the problem exists and who even mocked their own customers over the issue. In the end that is all that matters. This type of behavior should not be rewarded with loyalty or your hard earned money.

Even if you love the X10 you should not be defending it or Fuji. You are just encouraging and excusing bad behavior.

We need to hold Fuji accountable for their actions regardless of what you think of the X10.

I am not going to make a deep analysis of consumer profile, but to my book, a 600$ camera is not a camera the usual consumer is going to buy, but rather a well informed or a ready to explore the world of photography, hence s/he is ready to face some dangers as in any exploring (read: accept some limitations in some areas to get some advantages in some other)... What's more, if you ask me, just by looking of the site of Fuji, it would be enough to let you in the cold, with expressions like "perfect combination".... It's just that their sensor technology is not that advanced, worth of the hype.... it is just another bayer array sensor, with 45 degrees tilted pixels, nothing new, nothing goundbreaking, I would preferably make fun of them rather of getting really upset about....

Direct link | Posted on Feb 27, 2012 at 00:51 UTC
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Canniborg: hi, I think I have realised why the orbs are happening, maybe Fuji has not yet, and this is maybe the reason why they are not yet capable to issue a replacement program; a guy very aptly pointed out in a message here, that the Sigma sd9 also had the same issue; sometime ago I had read in a message in the Sigma forums tha the sd9 did not have microlenses.... well, I did a research and as expected, the all new organic exr sensor does not have either!
greets

too late for edit.... I may be very well wrong, since the x10 does not have the organic sensor and it does have microlenses, as I have checked :-)

Direct link | Posted on Feb 26, 2012 at 11:58 UTC

hi, I think I have realised why the orbs are happening, maybe Fuji has not yet, and this is maybe the reason why they are not yet capable to issue a replacement program; a guy very aptly pointed out in a message here, that the Sigma sd9 also had the same issue; sometime ago I had read in a message in the Sigma forums tha the sd9 did not have microlenses.... well, I did a research and as expected, the all new organic exr sensor does not have either!
greets

Direct link | Posted on Feb 26, 2012 at 11:18 UTC as 59th comment | 1 reply
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