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Aidan Morgan
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Editing RAW files can strain a good laptop's performance and storage capability, so it's no surprise that a smartphone runs into difficulties doing it.

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It may be a bit bulky and prominent for some street photographers, but the focal range is perfect. 

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Primes for personal shooting, zooms for paid work. And even then, I'll put the zoom away if it isn't absolutely necessary. I like prime lenses for two reasons: they're generally smaller than zooms, and working in one focal length means I have one less thing to worry about.

And before you tell me that I can't be that good a photographer if I can't even zoom and recompose, you're right.

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The camera is definitely not due for a new design. That's what people buy this camera for.

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A 2.0 or 1.8 zoom would be wonderful, but I suspect it would be a lot larger and a good deal more expensive - especially one that exhibits the same level of performance across the focal length range as this one seems to.

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Not all mirrorless cameras suffer from poor battery life. I own a GH3 and an OM-D E-M5 and their battery life (lives?) is excellent. I can shoot with the GH3 for two or three solid days before I need to swap out the battery. On the other hand, the batteries for my Fuji X100s batteries seem to drain from being looked at harshly. I think that the mirrorless market has become broad enough that many generalizations (battery life, autofocus speed, etc.) don't really hold.

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The jpeg treatment reminds me of the way that the X100s deals with jpegs at higher ISOs (say, 6400 and up). For the sensor size, those images look great (at least to me).
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