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Sir Grey

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  1. I can't help but feel envious when I hear such praise about Leica being so "innovative" and "daring". Leica releases a camera with no screen and it's marvel for those that want one less distraction while photographing. Fuji does a similar move with the X-pro 3 and it's divisive, even though you still get a screen if you don't want one. That leads me to my main point that I still want Fuji to release a monochrome camera. Sure, could I save up and buy Leica? Sure, but I think the Fuji system offers more to me than just price. I think they always have more value than leica in terms
  2. I'm going to go out on a limb and say I want a camera with less features. I really liked the idea of what Nikon did with the Df, but I don't think they went far enough. They took their top sensor, shoved it into a remolded D600, took away the video and called it good. I want something less: No video, no back screen, no exposure comp. Pure manual, like with the film cameras. While I started photography all digitally, I have taken a course with black and white film and it was great: The simplicity of shooting with no chimping, the thoughtfulness of changing and checking the dials and exp
  3. I'm going to dream big here and I want Fuji to complete the Fuji-X system with an ultra-wide f2.8 zoom and get some nice radio flahes. Though, for a single camera, I really want a completely weather sealed X100T. Nothing too crazy.
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