Fuji XPro/Xtrans a mistake?

Started May 16, 2012 | Discussions thread
Art Vandelay II Regular Member • Posts: 394
Re: What??!

Jeff Seltzer wrote:

The sensor produces amazing image quality. Just because Adobe and others are taking longer to figure out the RAW formula doesn't mean it's a mistake. Patience.

+1

I am floored by how sharp my images are every single time I download my photos onto my computer. I also briefly owned a Sony NEX-5n for about a month (then decided to return it). Before the X-Pro1 the 5n sensor was arguable the best in the APS-C world, but from what I've seen from my X-Pro1 this Fuji sensor absolutely blows it away.

So I'm all in favor of X-Trans sensors. In-fact I won't even consider buying another camera if the sensor has an AA filter. Adobe/Apple will support it soon enough.
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