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  1. Alexander

    How much has happened since my last posts about the camera.
    I will add to the review - the camera is still on fire, but the lack of a matrix stub spoils the impression when using telephoto manual lenses. Either a tripod or shooting with an emphasis - neither move nor breathe. It will do for the first time, and then it will be necessary to save up for something autofocus. Glasses on Fuji are oh so expensive.


  2. Alexander Pivovar

    I read the comments, I decided to write my opinion both about the camera and about the system as a whole.

    I used to have Sony A65, now Nikon D610. I am not spoiled by top glasses and I use the camera for myself (family, travel, insects, flowers ...)

    By X-T1. Gave to use godfather. Equipped was XF 35mm F2 WR and XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 OIS.
    In short - a very interesting device. The first thing that catches your eye is the design, I liked it madly. From using the camera I received incredible aesthetic pleasure, which was facilitated by beautiful optics. Yes, the twists will not work for everyone, but there is something in it. I liked the in-camera JPEG with presets. EVI is great! In terms of noise and DD, it falls short of the Nikon D610, the photo quality is decent. I didn’t feel the magic of X-Trans… I compared it with the photos on the Sony A65 – “the same eggs, only in profile”. I didn’t like Skinton either, in general ... But I can confirm Lightroom’s incompatibility with X-Trans. Artifacts and blurry textures are visible in some areas, in CaptchurVan everything works smoothly.

    In the end, I'm thinking of switching from the D610 to the Fuji X. I'll get a picture from Full Frame, but I'm already tired of the weight and size of the camera. The desire to have a compact and at the same time beautiful camera just overwhelmed me.

    Now I'm thinking of buying myself an X-T3 or X-S10 (IBIS is a thing!). In addition to the camera: XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 OIS + XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 OIS + Viltrox 85mm F1.8.

    All good photos and peaceful skies.


  3. Vladimir

    zhil that there is no review on the Fujik X100 :(


  4. Artem

    Interesting article. In the end, I read that the price on the secondary is low, I was directly interested. Unfortunately, the price is not so pleasant, I got the D7200 and D3s cheaper.
    Mirrorless cameras arouse sincere curiosity, but due to the large fleet of DSLRs and Nikon optics and the high prices for mirrorless cameras regarding the quality of the pictures, I will probably spend a few more years with SLR cameras :)


    • Viktre

      Very strange.
      Usually t1 is cheaper than 7200, and even cheaper than d3s.


      • Artem

        I live in Germany, prices are different here. For example, D3100, D7000 and D2X are almost the same price (about 150 euros). Somehow I decided to sell the excess carcasses a little, these 3 are just right, the hand rose only to get rid of the D3100.
        I took the same D7200 and D3s for 300 and 250 respectively (in the state of “dust particles were blown off”), T1 - 350. Of course, you need to monitor and all that, but I’m not sure if it’s worth it. Fuji is pleasantly familiar with the company, the owner of S1, S3, S5 Pro, S2 just died, an unsuccessful matrix from an unsuccessful batch was caught. I am delighted even with the color S1


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