I like that Fuji is still 100% behind APS-C with their lens roadmap. As sensors get better, I think APS-C will continue drawing more users away from full-frame. Fuji is obviously betting that their target customer base will settle on APS-C as the best compromise between light gathering power and size/weight and it is good to see them stick to their plan.
Lighting conditions are far too diffuse and even. Need a collimated source, too, along with shadow, more specular reflections, and a wider range of depth. Everything is so two dimensional and lit evenly it does not tell me much about real-world performance. At least toss a disco ball lit by spot-lights in there...
New user here. Does DP Review have a dynamic range / white circle test? This has been an issue with me for years but most reviews I see look at color fringing, color accuracy, moire, and resolution. I would like every camera review to include dynamic range measurements and how the exposure number affects range and gray scales.
I would like an objective test comparing combined lens, sensor, and software behavior equally across all camera types. I can tweak color and print on different size paper according to pixel count but i cannot fix dynamic range or clipping issues. Preserving detail in shadows and shiny objects are things I am always concerned with.