Is the X-T1 ergonomically superior?

Started Jan 24, 2014 | Discussions thread
caver3d Contributing Member • Posts: 905
Re: Is the X-T1 ergonomically superior?
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biza43 wrote:

It's neither superior or inferior, it is just different... and it's actually nothing new, as Olympus already has revived this "DSLR" template in its won mirrorless cameras, with the OMD series. Fuji just hopes to cash in on the current revival trend for old looking cameras with manual dials on the top.

Thank you for stating this. Makes you wonder where some people were when the Olympus OM-D E-M5 hit the streets, and now the E-M1. Olympus was the first to revive the classic humped SLR look for the digital age. Sony, Nikon, and. Fuji all saw what a success the OM-D series has been, and copied the design (with their own nuances). But Olympus started it.

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