I've decided to keep this camera....

Started May 5, 2012 | Discussions thread
Brian Mosley Forum Pro • Posts: 20,707
Re: I've decided to keep this camera....

Louis_Dobson wrote:

Brian Mosley wrote:

Louis_Dobson wrote:

With the very greatest respect, I think you are unduly credulous

Seeing is believing

Or in my case, not believing.

Nicely shot pictures, with an emphasis on trendily shallow DoF. Could have been done with anything in my opinion - if one stripped out the EXIF and asked people to say if they had been done with an M9, an X-Pro, a D4 or an OM-D they'd have had no clue.

I know what I'm looking for, and believe I could pick out the X-Pro 1 image, even at a distance.

I'd love to test that theory. I wonder if later in the year I can get a D800, an X-Pro, an OM-D and a 16mp APS-C Nikon onto Hampstead Heath? Send the pictures round and see if anyone can pick out anything except the D800?

Hopefully, I'll be able to do the X-Pro 1 vs E-M5 comparison in due course (funds permitting) but I've done with DSLRs

I know that Terry is doing the same thing right now, so should be interesting to see the results.

TBH, the E-M5 + PanaLeica 25mm f1.4 should be more than enough camera but I do love the Fuji ergonomics.


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