I love the dynamic range in this shot. What is the difference between it and the next one in the gallery?
InTheMist: D4S support! Let the rumors begin.
Besides that, I would love to have a one-click solution to get those lovely Fuji colors out of my Nikon Raw files.
Ditto that. The Nikon profiles are pretty good (compared to Adobe Standard) but these Fuji simulations would be great :)
Very interesting... I might have to check it out!
To anyone who may have insight, or to future reviewers: I'm interested in the responsiveness of zoom via both toggle and the ring. How quickly can you zoom in and out with each? All I've heard is Engadget's mention of the "speedy zoom toggle." Thanks.
piratejabez: Thanks for these!I think the titles for the first two images are swapped—the first says "18mm" and the second "55mm" but it should be the other way around. The metadata is correct.
Thanks for these!I think the titles for the first two images are swapped—the first says "18mm" and the second "55mm" but it should be the other way around. The metadata is correct.
If you like Humans of New York, you ight also like Souls of San Francisco: http://soulsofsanfrancisco.com/
The X-T1 is resolving more detail with lower noise than its neighbors here, and using very efficient compression for both RAW and JPEG. Very impressive.
I'm very impressed with that panorama!
piratejabez: I like everything I've seen about this camera. Love the optional grip and strap. Can't wait to see first-hand performance reports. Way to go, Fuji!
I imagine this Fuji was in development long before the DF was released, and that the DF was more inspired by Fuji's success with retro design than the other way around. I personally wouldn't mind owning either ^^
Michael Hyza: 7.Brush size you can do quicker with right mouse button + ALT together. Left/Right movement then change size of brush and Up/Down change hardness of brush. At least simple right mouse click open quick brush settings dialogue in place of your cursor. And you can quickly customize all parameters and brush type.
For me (on a Mac) it's option+control+mouse click. Thanks! :)
I like everything I've seen about this camera. Love the optional grip and strap. Can't wait to see first-hand performance reports. Way to go, Fuji!
Laszlo13: Weird, the camera JPEG looks much better on the 100% close up - both sharper and without artifacts.
It might be worth noting that LR has many options for fine-tuning color rendition to taste, which can be set as presets along with the profile though (not sure if many get this detailed, though). Oly's detail retention in the red flower is very impressive, however.
Could you add a crop of the Adobe Default profile image to this page so people can compare side-by-side?
D1N0: Get the MX-1 it's les than $300, by far the cheapest.
stern— I agree that IQ is very important (and have no opinion on MX-1 vs RX100), but definitely not the only reason to choose a camera. Otherwise we'd all be running around fill full-frame or medium-format behemoths. Shooters must also take into account size, speed, handling, interface, price, specs, and other sometimes hard-to-define features.
iconne: I am looking for a quick buy on a camera to take to Thanksgiving as our broke yesterday. Please give me your thoughts. Leica DLUX4 or Panasonic LX7?
I'm trying to keep the price point down and this will be a family camera.
LX7 is a great camera. Identical to the Leica, but cheaper and likely with better support/updates. At $300 new and $230 used, it's a great deal.
panoptic: If it's important to you, only one camera (LX7) has a 24mm wide end, actually goes to 22mm in 16x9 mode.
It is... That's pretty much why I chose the LX7, and haven't been disappointed. The AF is indeed very fast and the manual controls are decent. Only major drawbacks are slow buffer for long exposures (eg, 15 seconds to expose followed by another 15 seconds to process with a locked screen) and lackluster color depth/rendition from RAW files (in Lightroom anyway). Otherwise it's a great little beast of a camera! (Though I'm pretty sure it's still 24mm at 16x9... see here: http://static.squarespace.com/static/500588eae4b0306d6cfd107c/t/50870bee84ae496972368856/1351027694990/LX7_multiple_aspect_ratio_sensor_image_circle_explanation.jpg (it cuts pixels from the top and bottom fo the sensor as it adds more on the sides for 16x9 ratio... same 24mm image circle for all ratios except 1:1)
I do wish more companies had offerings at the 24mm focal length, though—I'd be tempted to try out the X20 for faster mechanical zoom, for example.
JackM: I'm afraid they've blown it. Too many buttons.
Why so much hating on physical buttons? They usually speed up operation, not slow down, because you don't have to dig inside menu systems on the LCD to search for and change a setting. This is why I can't stand my D5200, a model I would recommend to anyone taken aback by the controls on the DF.