João Pinheiro

Lives in Germany Berlin, Germany
Works as a Student
Has a website at http://www.JoaoPinheiro.org/
Joined on Aug 7, 2004

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Jonathan F/2: So nice of Fuji to keep updating their unfinished cameras.

Can you please explain how not supporting a lens which didn't even exist when the cameras were released makes them "unfinished"?

Link | Posted on Apr 5, 2016 at 07:45 UTC

Still no Classic Chrome for X100S users though. It feels like that camera is the black sheep of the Fuji family.

Link | Posted on Apr 5, 2016 at 07:42 UTC as 2nd comment
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Retro1976: This is why as a newcomer to the Fuji brand I am so attracted to them. Instead of trying to see how many megapixels they can cram into a sensor they are trying to perfect the elements of photography that I think other manufacturers no longer care about (this just my opinion, but video shouldn't be the number one priority). They focus on design (from the mechanical dials and the lovely aperture rings). They focus on image quality (where other manufacturers still can't crank out a decent JPEG and raw still requires quite a bit of PP work). They focus on quality (the lenses speak for themselves) and they focus on their users (they listen).

Photographers were even using X100S models with modified firmware to test the new X100T features. The sensor, processor, and raw formats are identical. Still, the X100S didn't get an update with the new Classic Chrome film simulation mode :/

Link | Posted on Feb 28, 2016 at 14:15 UTC
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Retro1976: This is why as a newcomer to the Fuji brand I am so attracted to them. Instead of trying to see how many megapixels they can cram into a sensor they are trying to perfect the elements of photography that I think other manufacturers no longer care about (this just my opinion, but video shouldn't be the number one priority). They focus on design (from the mechanical dials and the lovely aperture rings). They focus on image quality (where other manufacturers still can't crank out a decent JPEG and raw still requires quite a bit of PP work). They focus on quality (the lenses speak for themselves) and they focus on their users (they listen).

Except for the X100S, because screw those guys.

Link | Posted on Feb 28, 2016 at 13:51 UTC
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