Stevelink

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Joined on Mar 2, 2003

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  • Is the Sony “kit” lens weather-sealed like the a6300 is? Thanks!
  • Greetings! Regarding the statement “If you’re not a Pro, switching to Fuji makes sense”, may I respectfully disagree...A “Pro” can and does create fine images with the Fujifilm X-System (and other...

  • Hi 108. First let me say that for those who want ultimate Sharpness and detail in their images, a solid tripod is required, hence the “Few OIS lenses” issue is moot anyway, since obviously one...

  • Well said, Bilbo! I certainly agree. Most folks don’t need the marginally better low light/high ISO performance “advantage” of FF. When viewed online at low resolution, I find zero difference in...

  • Hello, I too, shoot neither sports nor video, but upgraded from the good X-Pro2 to the awesome X-T3, and do see a difference in image quality and sharpness/detail retention, even at near base ISO...

  • Greetings! I’m an “Independent” landscape and product photographer who uses the Fujifilm X-T3, some stellar, sharp Fujinon XF lenses, and a solid tripod, and my images are super-sharp and...

  • And also, if you ARE a “Pro”, at least a landscape and product photographer, the Fuji X-T3 makes sense as well.

  • “curly foliage”?? Please don’t make such generalizations...I am obtaining very sharp, high-definition foliage in my landscape images, using the X-T3 plus stellar XF lenses, a solid tripod, and good...

  • Well, I’m one Fujifilm user who doesn’t believe any advantage of FF other than perhaps better low light/high ISO performance. As a landscape and product photographer using a tripod for all...

  • Greetings Orange, just FYI, the “Made in” (or, more accurately, “assembled “ in) China is a NON-Issue! Having used several “Made in Japan” Fuji bodies such as the X-T1 and X-Pro2, I see little...

  • Hi John. Having had the Fuji XF60 Macro, and an X-Pro2, I agree that images are quite nice from that lens, if AF speed and 1:1 Macro are not important. However, switching to the X-T3 with the newer...

  • Greetings! I’m a landscape and product photographer, but I see little cause for concern for those contemplating wedding photography with the X-T3...AF speed with lenses like the stellar, sharp...

  • I find that the vertical battery grip is a great addition in terms of both handling/ergonomics with larger lenses, AND giving seamless extra battery life.

  • “unparalleled small range of macro lenses“...True, but the XF80mm f/2.8 Macro is arguably the best, SHARPEST macro lens on the market!! (As a landscape and product photographer, it’s the sharpest...

  • Nope...in my experience, the XF16-55 f/2.8 is the sharpest, most well-built, weather-sealed and fastest AF mid-range zoom that Fuji makes! The only advantages of the XF18-55 are smaller ...
  • What I remember most about my experience with the G series is not so much the camera, but rather the beautifully sharp Panasonic 20mm pancake lens! While it was a great system for many...

  • Yep, G.A.S. Is contagious! As to your dilemma, do you shoot video? If so, I think you’d be much happier with the XH-1, which appears more video-centric. That’s precisely why I am waiting on ...
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