I'm no expert, but I wouldn't consider a situation that requires ISO 1000, f/2, 1/50s or ISO 3200, f/5.6, 1/10s "good light".But I always wonder just how valuable it really is to be showing a high ISO shot that was taken in good light. Show me the ones taken in crap light, I say!
Thanks Andy. I'll be honest though, I'm still not blown away. Still no 'pop' and I remain unsold.
Totally agree, Not bad but nothing special. It's a real shame as i think it's a beautiful looking camera. I'm still going to hold final judgment until i get one in my hands and have a play, take some shots and see for myself in Lightroom.Thanks Andy. I'll be honest though, I'm still not blown away. Still no 'pop' and I remain unsold.
During my internal struggle to buy the X100 complement I entertained the notion of holding onto my hard-earned money and reserving the X10 on pre-release. I mean what better companion than the same manufacturer with similar control layout, etc? But, the more I see the more I am reassured in my decision, and impatience, to buy the EP3. Just my perspective, but with the X10 not offering more than what I can achieve from the 'outdated' Oly sensor I'm happier playing with the little PEN....and I got to say the more I play the more I'm warming to the EVF and general handling. Can't explain it, but it's simply a fun travel companion....
Point takenI'm no expert, but I wouldn't consider a situation that requires ISO 1000, f/2, 1/50s or ISO 3200, f/5.6, 1/10s "good light".
Nope, I really wouldn't.
It is a typical feature of Fuji cameras like the X100 to make terrible low light situations appear as if lighting was good.
Saving for what? You can't take it with you and have you seen this image? > http://www.flickr.com/photos/68192400@N04/6261936219/Good for you, Andy! Hadn't even considered trying to do that and better not as I am saving my $$$!