LG G4, and V!0, Samsung Note 5, and Galaxy Edge and Edge+, and I think the new Moto line also supports raw.
They might, as the rumor is LG plans to be going 1/2"(coincidently another sensor size Fuji used) for the LG G5.
I understand the G9X comes with a 28-89mm lens starting at F2, but it's still a pretty big camera when considering the Sony RX100 II and above are pretty much the same size(thickness too), while...
Xeon is also not useable for video, which smartphone users want.
No, because my carrier didn't offer the 808 or the 1020. Wouldn't have mattered as when the 1020 came out I was already deep into the Android eco system.
I've been saying for years for manufactures to move to 1/2", like Fuji use to use.
I would think if you make the lens shorter say 55mm at f4.5 at the long and start at 27mm at f2.5 a 1/1.7" sensor could work in a rugged camera no? Or what about a 1" sensor with 27mm-40mm...
They could always go 1/1.7" sensor(or even 1/2" like the Fuji EXR models), paired with raw. Kind if like a waterpoof Canon S series. Say give it a f2.5-f4 27-55mm, I think it could work at being...
My X-E1 has a feature like that. It allows me to take 4 shots with different film simulators(thought I don't think it saves the RAW). I would think the X-T10 would also have a feature like this.
But, that also lacks a EVF. The Olympus Stylus 1 maybe a better comparison?
Or I can get the Olympus air, and probably Sony's APS-C QX variant for a similar price and I get a larger and better sensor to go along with it, and not much greater size(if using a pancake lens).
I destroyed my Fuji 16-50mm kit lens that way. I slipped while trying to shoot my friends with my X-E1. Thankfully the camera is well built, but the lens on the other hand could not be mounted on...
I agree, a 1/1.7" sensor or even a 1/2" BSI sensor would have been even better.
To be fair with the FZ1000, GH4, and G series one could take a sellie with the articulating display.