A trip to New York isn't complete without a pilgrimage to B&H so I went along today before heading back to the UK. It was pretty quiet in there so the sales guys had time to chat. If you know the store, you'll know that the u43 and Fuji cameras are next to each other. Anyhow, I was looking at the Fuji X cameras and asked if I could take a few shots with my own card to compare to my E-M1 which I had with me. The sales guy said "are you sure?". " Why?" I said - "well" says he, "you won't want to use your Olympus camera again once you've seen the results from Fuji". He then went on the explain how Fuji IQ blows u43 out of the water - lower noise, better color, better ergonomics etc etc. To prove the point, he took a shot at 6400 on an XE2 and then showed me the image on the rear screen saying how good the color and noise was. I pointed out ( and showed him) that the same test on the E-M1 gives the same results and it was impossible to judge IQ on the rear screen. He then switched to taking about how great the Fuji colours are, but when asked, admitted that he only ever shoots Jpegs. So, what to make of it?... I guess B&H sales guys are all individuals with their own opinions but I was genuinely surprised by the level of bias - especially with the Olympus camera no more than a foot away!