Fujifilm FinePix X100
Announced Sep 19, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 35 mm
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It is a long time I am using the GF1. Now I have also the viewfinder and the Leica 15mm lens and really have that "old school" feeling over the controls of the camera. IQ is good but I would like something more, also the viewfinder can be better. So I am looking for a companion and by now I have to choose between the Pana GX7 and Fuji X100. As far as the GX7 I now I will go for sure but do not know if the viewfinder is as good as the X100. Moreover if I take the GX7 I dare that I will not use...
I need some perspective on what I could reasonably expect to gain from moving to a newer MacBook Pro. I currently use a early 2011 13" MBP with 2.3 GHz i5 and 16 GB of RAM, am a hobbyist, mostly use LR, and only occasionally make the trip out to PS (photos we end up printing at larger sizes, very occasional compositing for print). I have Perfect Photo Suite 8, but stopped using it a while ago, because it's slow on my system. My 4 yr old MBP generally works well with my biggest nuisances...
I want these to remain as it is * Focal length 23mm (35mm equivalent in fullframe) * Mega pixels. I don't need more mega pixels. Why hurt the computer processor while editing. quality is better than quantity I want improvements on * Fastest possible lens but with out increasing weight and size much (f/1.4 may be) * Improvement in High ISO instead of increasing mega pixel count * Better battery. * Weather Sealing.