Fuji instead of Sony?

Started Oct 18, 2018 | Discussions thread
biza43 Forum Pro • Posts: 12,147
Re: Fuji instead of Sony?

knoxphoto wrote:

If you want lightweight bodies and lenses, excellent color without grading, and easy to use controls and menus, you want the Fuji system.

As with all generalizations, this is not correct. In terms of weight, say a Fuji XT or XPro camera is on par with Sony A7III, for example. There are both heavy and light lenses on both sides as well. As for easy or not easy menus, it's simply a matter of familiarity. After 3 years of using Sony A7 cameras, I have no problems with the menus.

Returning to an XPro after 4 years has been a steep learning curve for me.

Colour grading? Again, subjective, and depends on the entire workflow being used.

IBIS benefits are minimal unless you are using the native lenses for both systems.

Again, not in my experience. I am used to shoot with IBIS on my Sony A7II at 1/10 sec and 50mm lens and get sharp results. With the Xpro2 and 23 f2 lens, not quite the same results...

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