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TORN

Lives in Germany Bonn, Germany
Joined on May 12, 2004

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  • Depends. Do you want a powerhouse or do you want a Fuji? From my experience as an (ex-)owner of both systems it comes down to grabbing both and see which one you like more right from the start....

  • Depends. Do you want a powerhouse or do you want a Fuji? From my experience as an (ex-)owner of both systems it comes down to grabbing both and see which one you like more right from the start....

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T10 Review preview

    The main advantage of my Fuji is that it is much more fun to use than my (previous) Sony or Olympus. The ergonomics and user interface is just a better fit to me. But if you need all the most...

  • Commented on Fujifilm X-T10 Review preview

    Then, simply said, buy an A7r II. At least a Fuji is not the right thing for you then.

  • C&N will not have to react as long as Sony is even more overpriced.

  • Absolutely. I do not see a big future for DSLRs. The ILC's already have some benefits even in the autofocus domain like you do not have to adjust AF, OVF and lenses to get focus right. Or you have...

  • I think most of us do not require this kind of resolution. We have plenty on FF and there are some good camera options available.

    Who would need that resolution? Mainly people who need to deliver...

  • How hateful all these people are. Photographers buying this camera know exactly why (or just have the money). Guess some Canon professionals are pretty happy about the high resolution and Canon...

  • "So, no, as good as most DSLRs are at shooting black and white this just isn't the same. It is something entirely different, and far better."

    I would like to see "far better" than D810.

  • It is more about the darker tones. Mid to Highlights are about the same. You can setup your RAW converter or JPG (highlights/shadows/film simulations) right to your taste. So it is a non-issue.

  • Setting focus point by touch and releasing the shutter at the same time is the fastest way to do so. Maybe together with a quick and reliable user interface like a good DSLR has and the mirrorless...

  • The X-E2 is an X-T10 is an X-T1 like the E-M10 is an E-M5 is an E-M1.

  • The X-E2 is an X-T10 is an X-T1 like the E-M10 is an E-M5 is an E-M1.

    All powerfull bodies in their own way.

  • The X-E2 did not get many updates so that the E-T10 can be sold better. I would not be surprised if the X-T10 means an end to the E-X line.

  • The X-E2 did not get many updates so that the E-T10 can be sold better. I would not be surprised if the X-T10 means an end to the E-X line.

    Not to forget that the X-T1 has a more in depth user...

  • Yes and people ate banana when still living on the trees. ;)

  • Yes and people ate banana when still living on the trees. ;)
    I do miss the awesome IBIS from my former E-M5 for certain applications.

  • Thing is the RAW workaround sacrifices 1 step of dynamic range which for example an A7r at ISO 64 does not.

    However for long exposures an ND filter is recommended anyway. Plus often aperture 1.4...

  • Thing is the RAW workaround sacrifices 1 step of dynamic range which for example an A7r at ISO 64 does not.

    However for long exposures an ND filter is recommended anyway. Plus often aperture 1.4...

  • Yes the X-E1 worked fine for me and it was a pity that the clickable dial was omitted from the X-T1 and replaced with a fixed wheel and a tiny button which I always have to search for with my eye...

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