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ybizzle

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  • @ThatCamFan You "concluse" eh? Ya...Anyways where did I say the Fuji had a 1" sensor? I was simply pointing out that the X-S1 is a low cost alternative that covers the same range as this Canon,...

  • Half? Yea right haha. In fact the lens on the Canon will be larger to compensate for the larger sensor. Neither is gonna be pocketable so size is of no matter here.

  • Fuji x-S1 is the way to go, especially with how much cheaper it is than the 1" models from Sony and Panasonic. Over all a great all in one cam for a low price!

  • Picked up a new Fuji X-S1 during Xmas for $300 that has pretty much the same range as this. Sure the sensor is a bit smaller, but it has a great evf and lens to match. Low light performance isn't...

  • The design is a Fuji XF1 rip off! Samsung did not even try to be original in any way. I have the XF1 in brown and it is the perfect compact camera for professionals such as myself who like image...

  • Nokia seems to be going backwards with the cameras in their phones. You had the best with the 808, then the 1020 with a smaller sensor and now this with even smaller sensor! What's going on?

  • Well the X-Q1 resembles the RX100 which resembles the Canon S120 which resembles the look of a generic camera. The XF-1 was unique to the compact camera market because it was all about style and...

  • The design was not "taken" rather the 1930's rangefinders inspired the design of the X cameras. Samsung flat out took the XF-1 design and made it their own.

  • This is truly an act of robbery. Samsung stole the Fuji XF-1 design and made into an interchangeable lens mount. What they couldn't steal was the feeling of holding a magnificent photographic tool...

  • You mean knock off of the XF1 which Panasonic copied as well.

  • This is truly an act of robbery. Samsung stole the Fuji XF-1 design and made into an interchangeable lens mount. What they couldn't steal was the feeling of holding a magnificent photographic tool...

  • Yea...It only has the best camera ever put in a smartphone.

  • Not bad but still ways to go. Funny the Nokia 808 was released in 2012. Two years later and no one has still managed to catch up...

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