Thanks to you all!
One more thing about Fuji. Have you ever had problems with this:
then you probably won't have time to pixel peep every image you take of foliage which would be hardly ever since you're looking to do portraiture. best thing would be to look at sample jpgs of the type of photography you'll be doing, and see how you feel about it. trust what you see (or don't see) with your own eyes. that's your deciding factor.
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If you're shooting JPEG you won't see any foliage smearing. It's not an issue with the camera or the sensor - it is an issue with how certain RAW developers handle the RAW file.
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Although an E-M1 is on its way, theoretically I could still switch it for a Fuji.
Guys, please explain it to me like I'm a 6-year-old... This whole foliage isse... Is it going to be a major issue when it comes to JPEG files? Everyone tells me it's a RAW processing thing releted to Adobe products but in all honesty I don't even have time to shoot RAW and then spend hours doing the post-processing.
Simply put, are JPEGs show even more of the foliage issue?
PS Photography is just a fun hobby and I probably won't have much time to spend in Lightroom... You might wonder why I'm after so expensibve cameras. Well, the reason why I'm going for top-shelf cameras is because I hate compromises when it comes to quality. Learnt it the hard way. I'd been saving for a long time to get something worth that much money.
I'm just thinking... I can still switch my E-M1 for X-T1 (or A7 for that matter). Until I actually pick it up from the seller and pay for it he can still offer my the X-T1 if I really want it. So. Should I go for it or not? I don't wanna have any regrets whatsoever and I'm afraid the Oly will fail me in low light situations. I'm really not a very noise-resistant person and it's something that can simply piss me off quite a bit (pardon my English)
Ean, wait a second. Are you actually saying Fuji does NOT have this whole foliage problem when JPEGs are taken? Or are you saying I won't be able to see them? This is something that might turn my camera purchase deal upside down so I gotta be sure.
If you still are ending up unable to decide, why not let the cost of the entire system be the tie breaker? In this case, Fuji wins handily.