Nice sample shots but to me they look flat, 0073 is agood example. Think saturation and color density need to be kicked up.
rfsIII: This isn't a pro camera. It doesn't even have mirror lockup.
Great, another shaggy pro camera story!
mr.izo: canon should just buy sigma (or at least foveon, sigma ideonst making money with it) and thats that..
Too bad, not quite that simple, I would guess Sigma owns the sensor IP but not absolutely positive. Originally, and still is, produced by National Semiconductor which is now part of Texas Instruments. Good idea but many players at the table.
Nice upgrade to viewing options, well done!
IQ is sub par, not close to being as good as RX100.
gulffish: Another view, based on thread count today:
1. Nokon D800 223,6062. Olympus E-M5 52,2163. Sony RX100 42,2644. Canon EOS 5D Mark III 4,582
Too bad there isn't a way to limit votes to those who have actually owned the camera they vote for.
Simple, search by camera and that shows thread count.
Another view, based on thread count today:
Generally nice shots, looks like a keeper. One shot, 0046 fellow playing guitar, is super noisy, any guess why?
I don't see this as a win for Fuji. The new sensor's overall IQ is inferior to the original sensor. I'd keep the old!
Impressive high ISO JPEG output, I believe best of the four cameras. Raw not so impressive, IMHO. Not a small camera.
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madecov: I'm a Nikon user and have to say, this is the first mirror less camera that gets it right.
APS-C sensor *Uses existing system lenses *Standard system flash *
This is what Nikon folks wanted for the Nikon 1
I suspect Pentax will be successful,
Almost, with one glearing exception, no built in EVF.