I've just posted my initial review of the Fujifilm XT-1. I've only been shooting with it for a few weeks, but I've very impressed.
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- I'm surewill enjoy this review echoing his sentiments. I was saying to a friend today too that all this crop stuff never floats my boat but those are impressive to be fair. Good luck with that National Geographic commission David and great to see you posting over on G+ too, more of it I say , seems like an age since I last commented on anything on Facebook. Gave up on most things over there but still checking the before/afters out regularly on Twitter. ;)Apr 7, 2014
- Thanksand I agree, I should make better use of G+Apr 7, 2014
- very well done article. I currently use a Fuji XPro 1 and bought into the series early on when was talking to me about it in New York. I wasn't as much of a fan of the parallax view from the viewfinder but the XT-1 totally solves that issue.
I'm widely regarding selling my X Pro 1 and upgrading to the XT 1.
Welcome to Google+. I think you'll have a great time using it. It's very focused on professionals, very focused on delivering content well and with far less clutter.
-mMApr 7, 2014
- The theme I've been seeing in reviews of the X-T1 echo my own feelings, there are a few minor tradeoffs but it is a camera and system that is intoxicating to use. For me it is a big improvement over the other X-mount cameras and Fuji's lens lineup is superb. I find that this is the camera I want to shoot with and I'm disappointed in the rare instance that it isn't the best fit. I'm starting to become a bit of a Fuji fanboy but I hope a critical one :)Apr 7, 2014
- Thanks buddy, yes great review as always from Fuji sensors are strange it takes a while before you work out how to get the best of them. Lots of people just work on the Jpegs but in am totally in love with the tones from the a RAW files for my black and white work.Apr 8, 2014
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