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!!
No tilting flash. No 4K. Great for the year 2012.
The G5X is a very small camera. Its EVF is actually correct sized. One of those super cute cameras with an adorable snout. Like a little pig.
I took some indoor pictures and it shot at 1/4s. I must have a great hand cause they were great, but why did the 6S plus choose such a slow speed?
ISO 64 2.2 1/4s
which sony cameras? when? what about the RX 100 series?
most stupid waste of press -- like a car that wont take you because already people are there
Will it run hot? 5 minute limit?
How hot will the new iPhone gonna get when doing 4K
Ink abuse by companies. Time to change the world!
The Fuji 35mm 1.4 is $ 399
The flash does not tilt so it blinds the subject. Red eye. The EVF does ot tilt so it cannot be used at angles. No 4K. No selfie LCD tilt. They could have done all those 4 things.
So whoopee doo a silver review. Enough Golds around to bury it.
CaPi: Hm.. Lower pricing? Maybe..The X100 is a wonderful device.
I'm always amazed at the incredible color of the Bayer. The Trans samples google shows are 80% shadows and dark details. Very dark pictures. Blacks with no detail, just solid jet black like painted with a magic marker. The Bayer is 70% color and brightness. Like night and day. I hope Fuji has another Bayer like sensor.
The flash should tilt to the ceiling. The EVF should tilt. Then it would be more enlightened.
JMichaelsPhoto: I would love to see a full-frame sensor, personally. If Fuji, and others, don't want to invest in full-frame sensor technology because of the cost of also developing an entire line of full-frame lenses, as Sony did, it makes the most sense to develop a fixed-lens full-frame compact, as Sony did with the RX1r, from a competitive standpoint. That's just my opinion. I'm okay with the 35mm equivalent f/2 lens, but a camera designed around a 35mm f/2 full-frame lens that says Fujinon on it would be pretty sweet. I'm just saying...
A full frae sensor would let Fuji save face and skip the Trans issues which have introduced issues. A two lens step zoom, 35mm and 50mm, or a 28-35-50mm f2.0 and these would fly.
IQ like the dogs. Fast AF but the look of over dark over sharp.
Horrible skin tones. Bad high ISO results. Large obese camera.