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Nikon D5300 and Fujfilm X-E2 - small improvements make a big difference
It's the season for iterative updates, apparently, and at first glance the Fujifilm X-E2 and Nikon D5300 don't seem like particularly 'new' cameras. However, after spending some time with both, we've realized that the deceptively minor updates in both cameras make a big difference.
The D5300 features a 24MP sensor without an anti-aliasing filter (for theoretically superior resolution), 1080 60p video and built-in WiFi and GPS - both of the latter being firsts for Nikon. The Fujifilm X-E2 offers greatly improved focus speed compared to its predecessor, has a larger rear LCD display, and adds lots of small improvements in response to user feedback, too.