Now that Fuji has that out of their system….I hope they give us an X-Pro4 with IBIS. They do that and the X-T4 will go up for sale. Not so much a MP chaser, so IBIS is really it.
I would love to run a dual X-Pro2 and X-Pro4 kit.
Fujifilm has released a list of lenses which are "required" to make the most of the new high-resolution sensor, pretty much the only lenses not on that list are the initial launched lenses back when the X-System hit the market or some kit zooms. On the other hand, the topic was briefly brought up in the DPR TV video review, it is essentially a non-issue, as even the 35mm f1.4 (which was more or less along the first X-System lenses) gets improved results when compared to the current X-Trans IV sensors.I have also realized the this sensor provides incentive to get newer lenses like the XF 33. I’m sure Fuji hopes that happens.
When I wrote this comment yesterday, I started thinking about what would be different with the XT5 as opposed to the A7Riii. I cancelled my pre-order to think it out a bit and maybe look at some more in-depth reviews. We techie-types tend to enjoy gear discussions and it's easy to get caught up in the excitement. My daily photography is currently being supported by the GRiix, the XS10, and the iPhone, and it's not obvious how the XT5 is going to fit into that unless I make a commitment to carry it with me every day. It's a "Day of Shooting" camera, and I'm just not doing much of that right now.I really liked my A7Riii but used it mostly for photo challenges on this forum. I always grabbed my current Fuji for daily stuff, so I finally sold the Sony. The XT5 is pretty close to the being the Fuji version of that camera. It will be interesting to see how the current Fuji AF compares to the older Sony version, but I’m very curious about the sensor. I've seen some really good images from the XH2 out on the interwebs. It will be the first time I’ll use an XT# body.
I have also realized the this sensor provides incentive to get newer lenses like the XF 33. I’m sure Fuji hopes that happens.
Me too, and I'm also hoping for image stabilization in the X100V successor, to me that's more important than increasing the sensor resolution.I'm curious to see if they move the X-100 across to the new sensor and, if so, whether they also need to tweak the lens any to optimize it.
Agree entirely. I have also been waiting for a stabilized X-100. Since the X-H2S is still using a version of the 26MP sensor I'm hoping they might use that in the next X-100 at least. I can't imagine it would make much economic sense to keep buying in the 26MP sensor for the relatively low volumes the X-H2S will sell at.Me too, and I'm also hoping for image stabilization in the X100V successor, to me that's more important than increasing the sensor resolution.