Any of these 35mm or 50mm?
Once cameras can do ISO 100,000 for $ 200, the 5.6 lenses will be as good as the 2.8s
photo perzon: I already have the PL7 and the VF4. Why do I need this one?
Is the VF-4 larger? Better?
When will the price go to 899
Ron Outdoors: As nice as it looks, I need something with a grip. (Preferably built in). So, I'll be keeping my E-M1.
There will be other grips
I already have the PL7 and the VF4. Why do I need this one?
Kivivuori: PEN-F is better looking camera than other digital Pen-models. It´s quite beautiful....
But still there are far too many buttons...I like the ON/OFF switch, large shutter button with cable release connector, exposure compensation dial and large viewfinder ocular.
But I think that 42 different symbols are far too much in LCD display during still photography.
too many notes,,,
PhotoKhan: The more I see images in 4:3, the more I find this the worst format of them all.
The thing is sandwiched between 1" sensors and APS-C sensors, the job of m4/3 is not to look cool or esoteric but rather do the job while providing excellent features. Great EVF, great connectivity, MIC, great prices, the job of those in the middle. I feel a lack of enthusiasm lately for m4/3.
Infared: DAMN...that camera is huge!
I'm going with the X70.
forpetessake: It would be interesting to hear something about the film simulation modes in the X-Pro2. Have Fuji changed the tone curves? Most of the sample images look darker than usual with higher contrast and crushed shadows.
Give me a Bayer please. Bright colors, easy shades and shadows.
I do not like 28mm, it is an exercise in monster arms and hands. I prefer 35mm 2.2.
Gregography: It's too bad the Coolpix A is discontinued, it would a good addition to this list. I got mine for $400 and it's simply an amazing camera for that money.
If the A had 35mm it would sell triple the 28mm
TFD: I fail to see the point of an $800 camera that you cannot slip into your pocket. If I want an $800 camera that does not slip into my pocket I will buy a DLSR.
There are pants pockets and jacket pockets. The G5X fits perfeclty in most jacket pockets. Actully very few cameras fit in a pants pocket unless it is a cargo pocket. And all of those dissapoint in low light.
So if the LX100 is $700 the G5X should be $ 350 right? No 4KSuper slow RAWsSoft lens
If Fuji went all Bayer with those colors and that brightness sales would triple across the whole line. Trans is dark, wrinkles are unforgiving, and RAWS are a huge problem.
bberg: Honestly, what is the criteria to be featured here? 3rd photo is interesting, but the rest look like everyday snaps I take with my iPhone. Usually these features are inspiring, this one, not so much. Sorry Tom!
why insult the iPhone? In good light the iPhone is as good as a Leica. These pictures selected are awful. Repetitive.
The RAWS of the G5X look good. But the jpegs of the G5X at 1600 are so soft and the detail too smooth...no? The LX100 and the Sony RX100III/IV are better no?
MacroBokeh: too many X rated.. Canon GX ....Fuji X-series...Sony RX...Samsung NX....X-Men, X-Factor,
iPhone XXX is the iPadPro!!