BabylonPhotos: They don't say anything about the Fujifilm X-Pro1, but I see the latest Fuji X-E1 in the list of supported cameras? Does anyone know something?
Thanks for the information HowaboutRAW. Isn't it weird that ACR supports the Fuji X-Pro1 but not Lightroom? I can't do without Lightroom 4, not only for RAW conversion but also for organizing my archive is wonderful.
They don't say anything about the Fujifilm X-Pro1, but I see the latest Fuji X-E1 in the list of supported cameras? Does anyone know something?
Tom Goodman: Stephen Shore is not a street photographer by any known working definition.
Agree, he is a photographer of the nothingness. And Eric Kim looks like a smart amateur rather ignorant. Sorry.
Dpreview data is wrong. The price for upgrading is €128.62, not US$ 79. I just received a mail from Adobe, but I don't think I will upgrade at that price, it's too high.
system camera user: In this forum people keep comparing this camera to the leica M9. The M9 is a full frame camera. The feel if your images will be different.
I would compare it to an M8.
inevitable crafts studio: i like it !
only things i dont like so far is the rubber grip on the left side, that just looks cheap kind of an olympus EPx and focus by wire is a totally nogo for sure.
so the only possibility is buy the body and use voigtländer lenses like the 35 1.4 and probably buy one of the wider fuji lenses for having autofocus for snapshots.
for me i would still rather buy a used M8 no matter which version instead of the fuji. my affair with the x100 was just too much to trust fuji even if the specs look promising.
but i guess when the fuji comes out, m8 prizes drop to the bottom, so it would be around the same bodyprize for the fuji and a used m8 lenses are also on par with voigtlaender, and overall performance of the m8 is definitly weaker than the fuji.
but i get the best viewfind and focusing system in the world (for me :)) better built quality and the option to upgrade to fullframe in a few years when m9 prizes drop
I own an M8 and love it all if it were not by the noise in high ISOs. I shoot a lot by night and I cannot go further than 650 ISO. Why don't you trust Fuji, what was the problem with the x100? If this X-Pro really works well with high ISOs, I could use my Leica lenses on it.
I am most interested in the performance of the camera in very low lighting, interiors, night photography, etc. specially I would like to know if it produces much noise. Thanks for asking.
The image is attractive but a "deja vu" feeling dominates over the picture - Edward Hopper.Oh, I see that I'm not the only one to point it out.
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