Fuji S9000 or Sony R1? Please help. Thanks.
Hi, I know that asking this here in the Fujifilm forum might be a bit strange but I would liek to know that if given a choice between the Sony R1 and the Fjuifim S9500/9000 which one would you choose?
For those who owns both or had the chance to use both, your input is highly appreciated.
The Sony has the large APS-C cmos sensor and what seem to be better lens in the department but I would like to know if the Fuji can hold its own and is it faster in shot to shot, low light situation. How anout the LCD/EVF department - which one is better? I had a chance to try out the R1 and the LCD/EVF is virtually useless in dark situations more so if you use manual focusing. Is it the same with the Fuji S9000? Thanks in advance.
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