Can you point me to a section that is incorrect? Surprised by your size comparison of Sony vs Fuji. . This is combined with 400% approx. Buying 1 extra battery with the Sony would 3 extras with Fujifilm to match. However I have been a lot of comments by landscape photographers that they do not like the way Fuji renders landscapes and they prefer Canon or Nikon.
Those that get into the Fuji ecosystem with the X-T3 may be looking for a backup body and the X-t2 may be that camera. Hello Athos, I have been following you sometime now, and really enjoy your papers. I still try to get extreme sports when I am not kitesurfing myself. It seems Fuji is looking to sell out existing inventory. The Q Menu fails in this regard.
That has been a revelation to me. To claim the cash back go to www. Right now I'm still debating switching to Sony and just getting used to the crappy interface. If you look at some of the tests done, the biggest issue is actually the white balance difference which can be corrected in post processing with one click or using a grey card. Also struggling with the menus and the lack of sound information from Sony on these menus.
Like Thanks, sorry for the delay in approving your comment. Once new inventory is gone, the resale value may go up once the X-T3 has been out for awhile. The dam bracket is so difficult to figure out I have just given up and am not using it. It is a phenomenal feat of engineering. Right now Fuji pricing have made it almost impossible to sell a used X-T2 for a reasonable price.
Ultimately the vast majority of the changes were internal and the X-T series has a good design. As for the lenses, I could be interested by a standard range zoom. But it has been and still is a real struggle to operate the A7iii to get out of it what I want. Like I support you with 100%! Like To answer some of your questions 1. Unless you are actively taking photos of Hussain Bolt in a stadium at dusk, I think even the baseline Fujifilm will be more than enough.
I think that many professionals have given Fuji a try and have backed away because of the technology. Although more expensive than Fujinons. Essentially I find the Sony and Nikon raws about the same, easy to work with in Lightroom. It could still be keeping it in focus, but there is a delayed response on the movement of the eye focus which seems to indicate not. No doubt the crop body Nikon D5500 was light and very easy to set up and make adjustments to compared to the A7iii.
The camera can stay in the case while the battery is replaced. Some people would say that Fujifilm has maintained the same form to try to keep their cameras small or try maintain consistency with the cameras, but the Sony is proof that you can put a battery that is twice the size, a full frame body and stabilisation in a body the size of the X-T3 and that alone means Fujifilm has room for improvement, because Sony is shoving a whole lot more in. The high-speed processing power of the X-Processor 4 means this effect can be applied not only in single shots but also in continuous shooting. So where are my thoughts on this? And some of that is because I had used the Nikons for quite a while and got accustomed to them. On the converse, they have taken away the flexibility where they do need it, like more autofocus options force it to start focusing on the object you select or selecting which face you want to focus on. In my case, as an ugly middle-aged old man, having good-looking cameras might make me look worse so the Sony might be a better fit. So, perhaps that would make the sensor size difference moot in terms of sharpness? The menu is bloated and badly organized, the camera layout getting better but still suboptimal, the ergonomics okay but significantly behind an X-T2 or X-H1, the feel of the camera is pretty good, but it still doesn't feel as solid as even a Fuji, which is still a far cry from a Nikon or Canon Pro body.
Oh, and the autofocus isn't even in the same universe as the Fujis. I find if you customise the Sony controls, you can avoid the menus. This is a rare thing for me I usually always keep the camera in A mode or manual. My negative feelings toward the Sony A7iii have mostly to do with the controls and handling compared to the Nikons I had. Sony has also built-in face priority so if you have kids, or you are shooting a wedding where you want to focus on the bride, you can ask it to give priority to trained faces.