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Zababo

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    Zababo reacted to Bolton in No shame in Nikon’s game, Fuji full frame denial   
    The RP is "full frame" like all those '90s era stereo receivers that were "digital ready."

    Its made of plastic, not WR, its DR is poor, AF nothing special; its sensor tech is generations behind even for Canon.  It lacks IBIS, in addition to anything like the full scan 4K of the X-T4.
    A more apt comparison would be to the R6, which is a pretty compelling camera-except for the part where it's most of a grand more than a T4.  And then there's RF glass which, while optically stellar, makes Fuji lenses seem downright thrifty in price.
    Fuji makes really great APS-C cameras, and really great medium format cameras.  Lots of companies make really great full frame cameras, so I think Fuji is in the right to go the way they are.
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    Zababo reacted to BobJ in No shame in Nikon’s game, Fuji full frame denial   
    Fujifilm have been very astute in not joining the full frame market which is saturated with Sony, Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax, Canon, Leica - have I missed anyone else? Fuji are a big company but with a relatively small camera division. They have found their niche. 
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    Zababo reacted to DaveC in No shame in Nikon’s game, Fuji full frame denial   
    I am sorry but I cannot support the current trend for full frame sensors.
    Thankfully one manufacturer is not chasing full frame. I was a Canon and Nikon user. The Canon and Nikon full frame mirrorless cameras are too heavy and expensive which is why I switched to Fuji. Do not force Fuji to waste its R&D on full frame. 
    Bigger sensors result in more mega-pixels needing more powerful PCs to edit the images meaning more expense.
    The images from my X-S10 are as good as the images from my friends Canon R6.
     
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    Zababo reacted to atyl1972 in Which FujiFilm for landscapes and seascapes?   
    liking the sound of the 10-24, and the 55-200 too, I don't shoot video, not sure if I'd take advantage of the ibis and shoot late in the day, I would like to use a L bracket so a little worried about the x-t4 and the screen, I think I'm better of with the screen on the x-t3 to be fair, I like the idea of that so I can shoot low without having do bend right down to view through the evf. but sorry to answer the question, I would prefer weather sealing yes, especially shooting seascapes. 
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    Zababo got a reaction from Daousz in XH-1 in 2020   
    I totally agree with Ben Bishop about this camera. It’s a wonderful one and price/quality is at the top. There no real cons with it for me. 
    But as a first camera, it would engage you a lot to manage it correctly (and I don’t say entirely). But it’s really possible for a newbie who decides to spend some time getting to know it. ;~)
    and there are some video courses very useful on the net, sometime paying, of a very good level of learning. 
    Have pleasure. 
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    Zababo got a reaction from AndyH44 in Switched from X-T2 to X-H1? Any regrets?   
    and a very interesting plus: the mechanic shutter is quite totally silent!
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    Zababo got a reaction from AndyH44 in Switched from X-T2 to X-H1? Any regrets?   
    I did that on July and I’ve not any regret. The XH1 is very well balanced in hand, specially with large lenses as the 90mm, as with any other, even the 27mm pancake. 
    The weight is very acceptable and I find the holding largely better than the XT2. (without a grip)   
    And Ibis is very efficient (it’s the reason I bought the XH1) + it’s very affordable actual discount price 
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    Zababo got a reaction from floyd in Switched from X-T2 to X-H1? Any regrets?   
    I did that on July and I’ve not any regret. The XH1 is very well balanced in hand, specially with large lenses as the 90mm, as with any other, even the 27mm pancake. 
    The weight is very acceptable and I find the holding largely better than the XT2. (without a grip)   
    And Ibis is very efficient (it’s the reason I bought the XH1) + it’s very affordable actual discount price 
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