X-E2 start-up and speed hung time, comparing with X-M1 ?
In dpreview's X-M1 review, they say:
While Fujifilm offers two choices for how quickly the camera starts up (found in the Power Management menu), we found no appreciable difference in startup speed. The X-M1 starts up in just under one second. If the camera has gone into power saving mode, you must hold the shutter release down for a second to wake it up, which is too long in our opinion.
Shot-to-shot speeds hung around the 1.1 second mark, regardless of the image quality setting. The flash recharges quickly, so you'll be able to take another photo in two seconds.
How about the X-E2 ? I guess it would be faster. But, how much?
I have a Pentax K01. Its startup and shot-to-shot hung time is about 2 seconds, which is very painful. So I would like to replace it with a "faster" mirrorless camera, something like Fuji X-*, though, I have to buy new lenses for it.
If there is a comparison of Fuji X-* models for their IQ, speed, build-quality, and etc., it would be very helpful.
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