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TORN

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

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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • With default setting it is like that with a Fuji. They have very strong dark tones. But you can adjust it for JPG or RAW easily to taste.

  • "equivalent to 24mm on APS-C" is not right. It is 24mm relative to full frame.

  • Funny, probalbly this (video)camera is doing what it was designed and build for pretty well - like it is the case with a lot of Canon products for a very long time now. Admittedly Canon is not...

  • I love to hear such clear statements for a change. Unfortunately this is rather rare in the business. Very nice!

  • Yes sure, if Fuji gets a good touch interface for quick handling implemented in 2018 and replaces that cumbersome xtrans sensor - then that may well be if you are willing to invest several...

  • To a lot of people manual focus lenses are no option at all.

    I second the wish for mid price, good quality, portable lenses. But at the same time 2.8 is not what I want to see in a prime between...

  • To a lot of people manual focus lenses are no option at all.

    I second the wish for mid price, good quality, portable lenses. But at the same time 2.8 is not what I want to see in a prime between...

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