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X-pert corner in depth First Look
In case you haven’t checked out Rico’s excellent first look at the X-E2 (I’m sure you’ll agree once you’ve read it), just click here to check it out (there are almost 200 comments at the moment with Rico answering to your questions). I highly recommend you to read it. You can support Rico’s work by purchasing his new book Mastering the Fujifilm X-E1 and X-Pro1 (and save 30% using the code FUJISAVES30 !). And continue to share the great X-pert corner X-E2 first look via google+, facebook and twitter.
You’ve read it? So here are the next ones.
Don Craig says here:
“Fujifilm X-E2 sets new standard. Is it reason enough to upgrade? My conclusion is that although the X-E2 is an evolution of the Fujifilm X-cameras, the improvements in the shooting experience, along with the refinements that Fujifilm have made, has now turned the X-E2 into a want-to-have camera. This was a surprise to me. I didn’t think that I would be looking for an upgrade or a change in cameras, but I am seriously considering taking one more step in the eternal chase for the best possible shooting experience.”
Patrick la Roque‘s feedback can be read here:
“[…] as far as AF is concerned it’ll only get better: this pre-production model couldn’t make full use of the capabilities of the new hardware with the current generation of lens firmware. But my lenses were still much faster when mounted on the X-E2 and we’re bound to see even more improvements when the final product is released and everything else follows as it usually does. […] If the devil is in the details, this thing’s a demon — A good lil’ demon.”