At least with the side mount I have a chance to stick my nose out. Time to face reality, Zed Man. When I wanna play with a camera, I grab a bronica S2a or a mamiya universal. Even when the A6500 came out it was a disappointment. Number of available lenses is a big decision factor while choosing your interchangeable lens camera.
They do have the best Sensors into the business. And if you watch the video, they pick the Fujifilm over the Sony. They sell many times more accessories, film cameras, action cameras, etc. The X-T30 feels more natural, and as the video says, ergonomics are better too. It's like a pop-up flash: how many people really depend on a pop-up flash, and how often is it used? Sony just can't match that package and the package comes at a reasonable price-point I don't agree with the comment that the a6400 has better high iso performance than the x-t30. If forced to choose between those 2, I would take the one with the more compact kit lens.
Cut it whichever way sony have them pegged. On the other hand, Fujifilm X-T30 has a 26. I will never recommend a product I do not either use, truly love or think would be the best fit for the situation often determined by budget. Fuji may even come out ahead but your comparison is very compromised. ZedMan My god, you are such a liar.
Entering this market now is probably too late already. That said, I really like the color from the Fuji right out of the box. Sony users tend to speak in terms of dry spec sheet stuff, whereas Fuji users generally talk about how much they enjoy photography and show their photos. A6400 has virtually no improvement for you, seeing as you're using manual focus glass. Fuji and Sigma operate very differently and the consumer picks up on this.
Fujifilm is heading towards an upcoming problem. So yes, passion among a user base generally does mean something outstanding about the product. Sony provides the camera and lets 3rd party manufacturers fill in the gaps. After you watch the shootout, make sure to visit his for more great photo tech content. None of these bodies have sensor based image stabilization so you have to buy lenses with Optical stabilization feature. T3 - I have no guess about what the vlogger's percentage can be but certainly not high enough to their satisfaction becoming a review benchmark. But then during his tantrum he says an 18mm Sony lens is as wide as a 12mm M43 lens!!! This pair both fit the bill and I have tried both.
Learn a little about history. Here we are comparing two Mirrorless cameras from Sony and Fujifilm. Your anti-Sony propaganda is embarrassing. I am getting tired of the industry as a whole, constantly talking about the benefits of a camera for vloggers. But once you start pushing these then the image starts to show lots of noise, particularly in the sky.
Jan 2017: The A7000 is coming this spring! Sony doesn't even have all of the lenses you might want and would have very few that you would want without sigma. At least that's the case with my X-E1 and A6000. First, you have to develop a market for it which can often time quite a while. In this image, the Fuji looks a bit heavier in the shadows, but that could be because of our post editing. Nowadays people are more interested in how they appear than in photography itself.
Certain colour film were even made to produce richer colours. Color-wise, image-wise, and video wise they are basically neck and neck. Nex 6, A6000,A6300, and A6500 are all part of the same series with reduced controls. You'll be on the wrong side of history. This includes cookies from third party social media websites and ad networks. I'm not sure if I'm going to get an unbiased opinion posting this question here in the Sony section of the site, but I'll post it anyway.