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So if anyone can answer this, it would make my day. Do retro styled cameras hold up to amazing quality pictures to lets say a Sony 5100 Alpha? I love retro cameras but if they don't have amazing quality photos then I might just turn away. And before I get blasted for my lack of knowledge, I'll state that I'm new into the photography world so my ignorance is crazy.
Yes, the Fuji cameras do take great photos. First, they have excellent sensors and firmware. This enables them to process the images and render files with excellent color and tonality. The Fuji lenses are also well regarded, and this is important. A great sensor cannot do much if the glass in front of it is mediocre. The big thing about Fuji cameras, and similar 'retro' digital cameras. Is that the control layout allows the photographer to quickly adjust settings creatively. For photography nerds this is essential. For parents snapping moments with their kids, or instagram influencers, it is probably more of a hindrance than a benefit though. As I fall into the nerd group quite easily, I am planning on getting an Xpro2 this year. Waiting until after Photokina to see if any product announcements derail my plans. Such as a full frame mirrorless from Canon.
Mmmm, give me some optical viewfinder hybrid action in the X-Pro2 all day long. Love the X100T already, it'd be a superb option for anyone dipping their toes in this territory.
Seeing the Leila drop would be r but realistically how many people would buy it. Genuinely curious as far as I remember it's an extremely pricey camera. And I have had my eye on the X100T for a while
I would love a drop with a lower end film camera, instead of the Leica. Massdrop is all digital from what I can see.