chillgreg: So lets see: vs Sony NEX 5R/6
The NEX's are
- much, much less expensive- same (similar) IQ- significantly smaller & lighter (+pancake kit zoom & 16/20 f2.8 WA)- adapters take almost any legacy lens- better articulating LCD- proper sweep panorama- 10fps burst inc RAW- extensive video controls- wifi + apps (eg intervalometer, remote control via mobile devices & multishot noise reduction etc)- touchscreen or similar spec EVF- faster AF + PD AF- focus peaking
One must REALLY like Fuji or retro styling to throw as much as twice the money at a bigger, heavier arguably less capable mirrorless camera. The price Fuji's asking buys a LOT of DSLR.
Food for thought.
PS DPR can you please review the Sony NEX 5R/6 and also add the 5R to the image comparison database.
chillreg: Your comparison is not correct. 1. There are adapters for Fuji X the same wayas for nEX2. IQ-here the Fuji X does better than NEX/EM5 in several tests. The cametrastore for instance.But yuo are right about video and tilt LCD!In the end what is the best camera is up to each user's needs. What are the features important for me?
I question the DPR methodology:1. Why the smaller size/scale compared to other 16 mpix cameras - should be the same?2. Image is soft - this contradicts basically all X-pro1 photos I have seen - they are very sharp.3. What are the settings in LR? Other cameras use LR standard presets including sharpening, but X-pro1 no presets?
When I used a LR beta for Pana G3 there were no presets for the G3. They came first with the released version of LR
I have looked at RAW only.