Not too much to get excited about in cameras nowadays, and it seems like a nice piece of kit, so why not? I watched the DPR review and others. Good for Fuji. My issues are - I'm not in love with that specific FOV and I am not moving to XTrans.
I've felt with the Fuji jpegs, they can be so good that often (although not always) playing with the RAWs ends up looking very similar to, or actually not quite as good as those jpegs. I always shoot RAW+jpg, as there is, of course, a good deal more latitude in shadow recovery etc. Capture One's Fuji profiles work very well on RAW conversions too.I have very less experience with Fuji (X-T20 and 2 lenses) so I am not sure - do people really buy Fuji for SOOC jpg output and not for RAWs? On Reddit and a lot of places I see people mention they like Fuji colors and I wonder do these people not use LR or any other PP software? To me colors are a moot point including that of Sony which always gets hammered by Canon and Nikon hardcore fans because apparently they have better color :S
Around 50% of people under 20-22 years old have made a purchase online because of an "influencer".Influencers??? If anyone is actually influenced by these people then they must have more than one brain cell missing .... out of a total of two.
The XF series lenses have aperture rings, the cheaper XC lenses do not. Fuji just announced an XC 35/2.0, in the US street is $200 vs. $400 for the XF 35/2.0. Supposedly the actual glass is identical.Do the Fuji lenses have an aperture ring or is it still on camera with a dial or button?
if so, luring young newcomers via the zillion microinfluencers is a pretty solid marketing strategy for the long term - if they get in they may become so accustomed to the brand’s specifics they may never feel at home elsewhere as they “grow up”Around 50% of people under 20-22 years old have made a purchase online because of an "influencer".
Can't find the source but I came accross that statistic when I had to do a marketing analysis a couple of weeks ago.