I’m trying to get my head around geotagging on my X-E3. How does it work? Does it use Bluetooth or WiFi to get the info from the phone in real time?
With Bluetooth it seams that the camera gets the location at the moment you connect to the Smartphone but not keep updateing on real time. (he bluetooth symbol is white)
¿Does anybody know hot to get real time geotagging?
I agree that the FF lenses are larger and therefore heavier, but the resolution tradeoff is significant when you're dealing with wide angle lenses and the eventual desire for cropping.
I own and use both a Sony A7rIII and Fuji GFX50s. Despite the slightly larger format of the GFX, I find the resolution of both cameras to be comparable. That said, I find the retro design of the GFX, with its top mounted dials and aperture control on its lenses, to be appealing. And for that reason alone I have been trying to convince myself to purchase an Xt3. However, i've owned—for a brief interval before returning—a Fuji XH-1, and was not overly impressed with the Xtrans sensor, although, I understand that the Xt3 sports an improved, upgraded APS-C array. I do not do any video to speak of, so the video capabilities of any of these cameras is, for my purposes, irrelevant. I had pulled the trigger on an Xt3 with a 16mm prime lens rather than a zoom, but B&H failed to ship the in stock camera as promised and I cancelled same. Now I am wondering if I should reorder the package. Do I need it? NO, but a new toy would be nice.
Lens is the way to go for sure, but .... it might be a bit off topic... anyway, Canon just set the price for their new Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM for $479!
So I feel a little cheated looking at Fuji's $599 for XF 35mm f/1.4 R ☹️