Announced Jun 25, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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How do these two compare? My first impression from reading their reviews that X-M1 will take better picture in terms of color and also lower noise and better detail in JPEG mode. Who is the X-A2 for? I'm going to buy one of them for my daughter. I would really appreciate any advice. Thanks Ed
Hi all, I would appreciate any help regarding this matter - im looking to buy a new digital camera in price up to 550$. Expectations:- i would like to avoid manual adjustment of focus, f.length, iso, etc., and have a decent camera to setup once - and then shoot (for everyday situations).- image quality in jpeg- occasional macro shots- small enough to be carried around without stretching the muscles I have already decided that it will be one of Fuji X- models, and since i have seen a few...
Been to the zoo, today.Not really great pictures, but I was able to get some really good practice :) I've got a question regarding the Image Quality of 2 pictures with nearly the same settings, but with really different image quality. I'm trying to figure out why the IQ is so different. Can you explain? 100% crops (screenshot) of the unprocessed images.The face of the black/brown monkey has a lot of noise, is washed out and also some purple glow can be seen around the blown out...
Both the manual and Google have let me down: To clean the sensor is there a focal plane shutter I need to set to open before I can use my Rocket blower, Arctic Dust brush etc. My Nikons obviously need the shutter opening to clean the sensor but I think the X-M1 doesn't. Or does it? --Andrew Skinner - but remember I cannot get the hang of threaded fora.
Hi guys, I've been spending my time to read your opinions, reviews and discussions. I am acutally impressed how much great knowledge is kept in this website. I'm planning to buy a mirrorles camera and let me tell you my situation. The first reason why I want a mirrorless is to take great pictures of my nephews, landscapes where I visit and portraits of my friends. So picture quality is my priority. My second priority is the built quality, I want my camera and its accessories to look stylish...
I found a second hand XF55-200 in good condition at 400 euros and I have a X-M1 body with the standard XC 16-50 and a XF 35 mm. I know that the 55-200 sounds a bit too much for my body, but this price is slightly more than a XC50-230. Moreover, could be a better lens if I decide to upgrade to a X-T1 in the future. My question is: is the 55-200 fully usable with the X-m1 and do you think it can be a good deal or you would go for a XC50-230 anyway? Thanks a lot in advance, Pavius
Hi all. In my quest for a pocketable camera I own the Ricoh GR. It's an exciting camera with excellent IQ. I use it as my pocketcamera. I normaly use my Fuji X-T1 and X-M1. However I do miss zoom from time to time so I'm considering to add the Sony RX100 III to my collection. Who owns both the RX100 and GR and can tell me if the IQ is far apart? --Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/sjoerdvenema/Twitterpage http://www.twitter.com/sjoerdvenemaTumblr http://www.sjoerdvenema.nl
Hi friends, I don't get focus peaking while using Advanced Mode (e.g. with filters) when I click the back wheel like I use to do in A-Mode with manual lenses. Are these modes especially for autofocus mode or do I have to change something? Thank you and cheers from Germany, doc --Open your eyes, ears and mind.