'I think it's very simple. The Fuji X system looks like cameras and lenses are 'supposed to.' It's often described as 'retro' or 'old-school' and that's as good as description as any, but somehow Fuji seem to have connected with an across the generations group of photographers who don't see modern camera and lens design as particularly inviting.'Read More
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'So the Fuji X-A2 is announced. To a somewhat muted fanfare it has to be said. However, for me, there is one VERY interesting thing about this camera. It DOESN'T have an X-Trans sensor. The commonly held belief is that it is the Sony 16MP Bayer C-MOS sensor used in many other cameras, including of course my Leica T (Typ 701) So, in effect, it is possible to see how those Fuji XF lenses perform in front of a well established and well regarded sensor.'Read More