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Dec
2012

High ISO performance: NEX-5N vs E-M5 vs X-E1+ review

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How are the X-E1 High-ISO shots compared to those of the Sony NEX-5N and the E-M5? See the comparison pics at focus-numerique.com. (translated version). Remember, the E-M5 features a smaller m43 sensor.

And one more review:

grittymonkey (click here) tired the Sony NEX7, he tried the Olympus OMD E-M5 but he chose the “sexy-one“. First of all, because it looks great. “It smells like photography, It’s like it’s calling you to take it with you and go shoot something!” The dedicated dials, the ISO performance, the menu interface, the JPEG’s… but every camera has PROS and CONS. Fujirumors readers know: Adobe has no native X-Trans support, until now. The AF with the 35mm lens is not that fast. The EVF is great, but if the subject or you are moving fast, there is a little lag. But it’s still one of the best EVF’s. And the rear screen resolution could really be better.

His conclusions are: “If you are looking for a lightweight camera with outstanding image quality in all light conditions for still subjects, the Fuji X-E1 is exactly what you need.”