@sirkhann, So in these comments you've complained vociferously about: - Fuji's pricing- the optical quality of its lenses- the number of lenses available- its raw processing- the raw files themselves- its JPEG processing- its colour science- the X-trans sensor- the system's suitability for landscape photography- the overhyping of the system- Kaizen being a fraud- Fuji users deluding themselves. There is a setting under AF1 called Switch V/H AF Area and this grip does not function (Shutter Button does nothing) when you turn this feature to on to one of the two settings (AF Point Only and AF Point + AF Area). When shooting vertical, camera does not shoot the same as shooting horizontal. And it is bloody. The XH-1 hit was almost as bad. Other factors should weigh much more heavily, in my opinion. Fujifilm's latest X-S10 is a likeable mirrorless camera with some of the company's best tech packed inside, and it doesn't cost the earth. This feature works great with my A7III and a Sony Vertical Grip. I'm loving this system. The minute the new model overtakes the shelves and the older one is out of stock, Kaizen is no more. I have two Sony FF bodies that either consume FF Sony lenses and some Sigma SA “refugees” using the MC11. The case also provides ample protection against dust and impact that can otherwise damage the camera. The Fuji might have better chance once they refresh Motors in 1.4 primes. They expect you to pay oodles for G or GM full-frame glass that is completely unbalanced on crop bodies. What’s the best camera costing over $2500? But it is a quite obvious issue that Fuji fanboys are the worst - if someone dares to point out a flaw with the system, some "smart" guys comes from nowhere to claim that "Your not Fuji user". PS: Fujifilm is indeed niche system suitable for street/portrait/fashion and Fujifilm is overselling by sending samples and supporting reviewers who paint a better picture of their lineup. point 2, that has to be incorrect!! It’s hard to strike balance and remain neutral, and even when you are, biased reader will find something to complain. Does anyone else have this camera and grip? I love the FUJI and all the knobs that simplify ISO, aperture, shutter speed, etc.. Keep in mind though that you’re biased as well here. It is great is so many aspects especially AF category where I am able to use adapted Nikon and Canon lenses.I guess no Fuji cameras can use adapted Nikon F mount lenses as I do. I have no interest in the opinions of someone who makes up stuff to win arguments. We're glad you asked. 90% of DPR is comparison talk. The lightweight, compact strobe includes a magnetic round head and incorporates an impressive array of features, including wireless compatibility. Please watch it and then tell me that A6500 is unsuitable for the subjects you detail. Is it a good fit for you? I was going to give him my XT-3, but I knew it would scare him away and back to his phone..... Is the X-A5 the same sensor as the X-T20? This also with the assumption that aps-c sensors will be a neglected category soon, as mft has become. I never liked X-T10-20-30 because of the hipster design. I would never use this, as I shoot full manual. We can't know why Jordan does that (unless he's told us), but maybe for his uses the limitations are not important. They're just doing this to allow themselves to "upgrade in the future". I'm a Fuji shooter and I have to say that I find this comparison misleading. I will certainly always shoot Fujifilm; however, I do like the fact that Sony is a formidable competitor that will be nipping at Fujifilm's heels. I was very accurate regarding things that I like and I don't like about the system. The x-t30 has it. If I want a selfie, I'll use a phone. I challenge you to try to be fair on your upcoming GFX 100MP Medium Format review that I know you will do. Carey Rose promised it would be this week. I was reacting to this article. They are all mostly editorials, which is OK. Find out in our initial review. Honestly, I think you should apologise. You are a camera journalist. That is my experience. I suspect you were having difficulties with your raw processor, but Fuji also makes some cameras with the regular Bayer filter, which shouldn't have any issues. Film-enthusiast website Studio C-41 takes us on a tour of the Kodak film plant in Rochester NY, with some behind-the-scenes footage of how film is made. However, the Meike MK-A6300 Pro, battery grip for … It is better than L glass. For me, it's cheaper to buy another Fujifilm body than to sell everything and go into another system. The PEN F is a nice hipster camera, but there must be a reason why Olympus discontinued it. But in many areas, the system still under-delivers and it is overhyped for what it is. That claim is demonstrably false and I provided figures supporting this. Sirk, Fuji has never given me anything. He disgraced himself and DPR on the Fuji Medium Format GFX reviews, completely misleading his audience on that great and innovative system. Fujinon is not L glass neither in terms of QA, nor in terms of image circle coverage. slightly better af-but-nothing-really-diff and oh look better menus! "But for casual family videos (handheld, active kids, lots of panning), the rolling shutter makes the A6X00 series completely unsuitable.". It's not E-mount, but I already have the MC-11 adapter, and I love the idea of being able to replace mutiple f/1,8 primes with a single lens. He misled his audience and misepresented the camera in an outrageous manner. If you need to record extended sequences, that would rule the Fujifilm out, but there are plenty of types of shooting that don't require that sort of length of shot. For a so-called niche system that's an astonishingly prolific output and hardly indicates neglect. You are correct. Camera reviews are getting to be like car reviews in many ways. As we press on with our full review, we've analyzed just how the Zeiss ZX1 stacks up in front of our standard studio test scene. Which is better to drive everyday and take on vacations? @MILC manEven if you just want to duplicate the image with another film simulation, the integrated RAW converter is a great option. for the record i play with an xt2 quite a bit as well and the dials are great but not really necessary - still better than not having them and better than sony though. They are both fantastic cameras and buyers of either are quite lucky! how funny it is to see you make claims about "sentence pattern", lol. The Sony cameras are superb, but very different than Fuji. Lots of professional work is still shot on 1080p and almost every Oscar winner this year was shot at 2.8k and mastered at 2k. In practice, there's no Fujinon lens with homogenous sharpness distribution. "so yeah, you go ahead and blame me for the limited Fuji lens selection". CaptureOne works extremely well, so does the SilkyPix based EX 3.0 Converter. It’s actually not bad, even if some lenses are not the best. 2. Sony A6100 vs A6400 vs A6600 – The 10 main differences. I guess I should have dug deeper still. Like @Jot says, you really have to understand your tools to get the most out of them, and get creative with them. You know what is engaging? It's fairly standard to shoot at 4K even when your output resolution is 1080p and downsize it, because of the increase in quality. I realize this is about the T30, etc., but I was curious. But those yellowish Sony's colors are very annoying. And their priorities do not seem to be mft or aps-c centric. The bright 2.8 aperture plus they are light enough to be considered for APS-C body. I found that too. A 200mm F2.8 behaves like a 300mm F4 lens on a per-image basis." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_fq0lTT3Vw. Fuji has nice primes, but now with sigma and Samyang onboard, I don’t know...Fuji Glas IS better, but also really pricey, so choices are open. Greg, sorry my friend, but this is a totally over-the-top attack on the author of an IMHO perfectly reasonable comparison. The Sony a6400 is a slim mirrorless camera with an EVF, fast autofocus, 4K video, and a flip-up screen. you said you have all the data etc ready unless you have some sort of bingo system in the office for allocating work in 10 minute chunks what is actually taking the time? I will gladly shoot with any other system. Find out in our field review. I have enormous respect for Sony sensors and AF but the body design and ergonomics really let them down. Loses many features? Find out in our initial review. And my point wasn't to match IBIS on the G9, it was that if i was going to buy another body for CAF, if it didn't have IBIS then i was keeping my G9 anyway. If Fujifilm addresses some of the issues I'm complaining about, it will be an even better system. Not having to worry about tracking really frees up attention for composition, exposure, and your environment.-Animal eye AF. The Sony is good optically, but it's the operation of it that bothered me. There’s no shame in that, and there’s no excuse either. Perhaps it's time to give the "Sony cameras aren't engaging" line a rest. Given how laggy the touchscreen is, I would prefer to use a joystick for small AF point adjustments, like in the X-E3. On top of that the hyped Fuji colors are, sorry, IMHO crap. In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing over $2500 and recommended the best. Then you recommend Sigma lenses and "otherwise FF lenses"??? Not even close. kiwidad - All the points you've raised are addressed in the article I linked to. I refuse to put very expensive FF glass on an aps-c camera. I had a Fuji XT1 which had a similar grip (or lack thereof) and gave it back a week later. I have almost all the XF lenses. There are no fast zooms unless you buy huge FF lenses. I think they've realized that MF is a niche market, and not many people are willing to spend the money on the bodies and glass from Fuji. I settled in the end on original A7 because it is cheaper than current aps-c (300 eur used for me!, that's just crazy), and full-frame opens up the world of legacy glass. $65.00. I don't care much for the handling or the menu system to be honest. Mr MILC, do I need to submit and inventory to make a comment here? That's right. This covers the exposure/per-unit-area perspective. They're 4K-capable cameras with similar resolution APS-C sensors: 24MP on the Sony, 26MP on the Fujifilm. One thing I don't understand, the X-T30 review states the 1080p video quality is much better than the a6400 - Why? Only the OMD10iii? This week, he gives us a quick lesson on how it's done. It's calculated, that Sony APS-C users buy the FF lenses, because it's not a big hurdle to swith so FF at some point. What good E mount APS-C zooms are there? But all reviewers and reviews have some bias. 4. I spend huge money on photography gear and so far have decided to make that expenditure with Fuji APSC and MF (and Leica FF), but I have tremendous respect for Sony and came very close to getting the alphasevenarethree vs Fuji MF. With the upcoming Fuji firmwares, eye AF and tracking is about to equal or better the Sonys. It has everything to do with the system as a whole: Sony focuses on full frame, and lack in APSC. While this Sony might have the best action AF of it's class the fact that it takes about as long as my old A6400 to clear it's buffer makes using that feature suspect. It is safe to say that Sony hasn’t changed much about the design of the two new cameras. Even with subjects that are further away and/or in less-than-ideal lighting.-Ubertracking. uncalibrated camera lcd is not suitable for adjusting raw files. But inferior AF. Buying FF lenses for APSC is pointless, because you lose any benefit from the smaller format. I won't waste my time probing any further. It means if you are not generally interested in zoom, just get a prime lens. The new 26MP XTrans IV sensor might be optimized for video, but when you compare images taken with this sensor to ones from the 24MP XTrans III, you can clearly see that the one found in X-T30 has more "washed-out" colours and little less detail. Mostly they are hyped. Thanks. 265 e-mount lenses for sale at b&h is an another absolute fact... x-mount lens selection is dismal compared to that. He is a fine writer and great camera reviewer. In the case of this article, believe me you can rest easy. Sony went the other way, and crippled their FF mount in the process. I've kept all my Sony lenses just in case. I don't think so. And it truly is...the worst EVF i've ever seen, onto a 2013 Camera (even the EVF from my 2004 Oly 8080 and Sony R1 from 2005 is much better, than this cr@p onto the A3000. Your comment smudges the details the same way XTrans does. But there's something about feeling joy from holding a camera while you are LOOKING for that shot. I see that you are having a great fun with your system. Different color science. That being said what is does do that no other camera I have ever used can do is produce stunning, mind blowing images straight out camera without edit. It takes great images but the touch and use of the camera sucks. No Sonies are weather-sealed. It's annoying that ISO requires toggling the rear wheel!-Battery/grip. Canon has menu after menu to dive thru to make changes much like sony does. Buying my Fuji cameras has rekindled my interest in photography. I can't help you with that exactly, but I am assuming that it would be same vertical grip for the a6300 since the body looks a lot more like my a6300 than it does my a6500. That makes it a very good camera for video. Fujinon glass is overpriced and is far from perfect. Loses many features? On full-frame cameras there are still some macro lenses (like my beloved AF Micro-Nikkor 105mm / 2.8 D) and some primes (like Milvus 50/1.4 and Milvus 85/1.4) which can achieve high sharpness corner to corner at some apertures. Musn't talk about the rather nice neat Fuji 15-45mm; talk about the bodies and processor if Sony is as always to be the star of the show. As per DPR's review of the a6500, it has significant rolling shutter in 4K 24p & 25p, it's better in 30p. refers to DOF only? I like Fuji but they're behind on all this - don't expect that Sony selling point to "vanish" before the XT40. The 16-50 is mentioned but against the faster, more expensive and larger 18-55mm as though the 15-45 does not exist. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rNtEEMIgrY. Check it out. When I say Fujinon, I mean Fujinon X mount in the context of this article. (This is written by a 6x6 analogue Mamiya snob ;) ). In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing over $2500 and recommended the best. Fujifilm's latest X-S10 is a likeable mirrorless camera with some of the company's best tech packed inside, and it doesn't cost the earth. Exposure tells you about amount of light per square mm, an equivalent perspective tells you about light per whole image (which assumes viewing or printing the images at the same size, not in proportion to sensor size). Anyway, my legacy glass will give modern run for the money:). there is no path to ff with Fuji aps-c, it's a dead end. You can have an VF look when doing video, you can have WYSIWYG in the VF, Remember that most <$1000 DSLRs don't have the same fast and accurate CAF as the A6400 has, and as they do not have IBIS (unless you go for Pentax)... And when your G9 is good for you, well stay with that camera, why change? We felt the E-M10 III offered a lot of what the GX85 did, but with nicer JPEGs. In contrast my Oly Pen F looks super cool and is great fun to use though the image quality is not so good in low light or at high ISO. Neewer Vertical Battery Grip for Sony A9 A7III A7RIII Cameras, Replacement for Sony VG-C3EM with 2 Packs 7.2v 2280mAh 16.4Wh Rechargeable Li-ion Battery 4.6 out of 5 stars 350 $104.49 $ 104 . A mid-range camera doesn't change this. Our position isn't that 'Sony cameras aren't engaging,' it's that we've find some specific Sony models aren't engaging. I am saying "slightly" because the large potential lens investment that typically goes with ILCs anyway. When comparing only two things, it is more correct to use "better" than "best". They know they can't make a huge dent in their market share so they're focusing more on Olympus, Panasonic and the other APS-C and/or M4/3 competitors and to be honest, I don't see Fuji going anywhere anytime soon. For casual video I'd probably go with the G85/95 - decent 1080p quality with IBIS. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2021 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. The Sensor is fine, up to 1600 ISO. Agree that sensor wise all major upgrades has been basically with FF. I shoot Fujifilm and these are good times in the mirrorless camera market with several options available in FF, APS-C and M4/3. You get married, have three kids and you don't have time to mess around with every image in lightroom so you buy Fuji. For some reason I feel that the Sony puts a bit more grain into videos than the Fuji, although perhaps there are settings to minimize that. I found it literally impossible to handle comfortably. The 40MP 1/1.7” sensor is likely destined for mid-range smartphones. The idea that APS-C is simple a stepping stone to FF is a myth, perpetrated by Canon and Nikon. I acknowledged your point above, but evidently I didn't give you the response you were hoping for. All in all, Sony will be slightly worse iq, but cheaper, choices are good! Pentax have IBIS too but the CAF isn't up to par with Canikon. so your entire post there is demonstrably false, to put it mildly. This luxurious-looking leather case made for the α6500 camera body provides a firm grip and prevents slippage from hands. Olympus has confirmed the transfer of its imaging business to Japan Industrial Partners Inc. has been completed, paving way for the future of the OM and Zuiko brands. Exposure X6 is the latest Adobe Lightroom competitor from Exposure Software. I had no idea these were the forum rules. I'm a little frustrate with Fuji's pricing scheme. Thanks Richard, does that mean the X-A5 is roughly par with X-T100? The GFX glass is far better than L glass. Moreover, I'm afraid that's in the end a mistake on their side as it diverges resources from APS-C line and unlikely to make any significant profits for them both in short and long term. Mft isn't neglectedApsc will never be neglected (Sony has done it for some some but it isn't the right move)You say glass stays, and if you want to move up to FF invest in E mount. In recent years I've invested more in MFT equipment such as the Olympus OM-D E-M1 + lenses, battery grip etc..I still own a a good collection of A mount glass though and so I would not mind a a77 II.But not at the currently ridiculous prices being asked.Who knows perhaps, one day, I might end up getting an a99 MK II? Sony even admitted it themselves. Not to mention, it was much easier for me to use the manual dials in Fuji vs the sony. The problem with all Bayer sensor equipped Fujifilm bodies is that are deliberately crippled. I didn't ignore them. Can it successfully merge the two? I have not seen any evidence of what you're talking about in the many sample images. As for your "the Fuji lens selection just doesn't cut it" claim, I can only respond with this: @notchy - "I was responding to your statement that Fuji are only concentrating on medium format. À big loss for the Sony a6400 camera is the lack of an in-camera RAW converter. Most of the people who shoot Fuji's like them because of the experience (the dials, film simulations, etc). Fuji have released 32 X-Series cameras in eight years and 26 or so X-Mount lenses within the same period. Some things may be improved for good as well; won't hurt. Sorry this is not so helpful. When buying a camera we ask if AF is good enough in most situations, then we move on to more important things like usability, lenses, etc. Both cameras have a distinctive grip on the front, and that of the X-S10 is larger. The shorter A6400 allows me to cram.a ton of kit into a tiny bag, while it's greater width (due to grip) isn't a factor with any lens attached.-RAW support. The Crane 3S is a heavy-duty gimbal designed for serious projects. Besides shooting propeller-driven aircraft from the cockpit, of course. Fuji isn't perfect. I buy it no matter who brings it along first. You have a customizable Fn menu, buttons, and menu pane to play with. What is real? I understand. The OV32B offers 32MP stills, 8MP pixel-binned stills in low-light, and 1080p video at up to 180 fps. It refers to DoF, diffraction and total amount of light per image (which strongly correlates to 'noisiness/image quality' since most noise and tonal quality in most photography relates to the amount of light you captured). Probably should have had that first cup of coffee before writing this response. they will be even better in the a75! Despite its compact size and light weight, the α6400 delivers speedy performance and a range of features you'd expect from a full-frame model. The X-T20's video wasn't as good at the X-T2's, whereas the X-T30's is as good as the X-T3's (albeit with shorter recording times, no 10-bit internal capture, etc). The words 'Real-Time' don't even appear in the camera's menu. I always shoot only RAW. Building upon its GPT-3 language model, OpenAI's new AI creation, DALL-E, can create images of anything you can describe with varying levels of success. With great image quality, impressive speed and powerful features, it's a compelling option that doesn't require a monthly subscription. It is not even close. DPR praise the 4K detail, but with such bad rolling shutter I consider it unusuable. The first one obviously. there is absolutely no arguing with the fact that Fuji engineering resources are splitting time between medium format and aps-c, period. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for travel and recommended the best. the A6400 more closely matches the A7III which has improved color from the Mark II bodies. In fact, there’s more flexibility in ff, ie the range is almost covered by that Tamron zoom alone! I am a Pro for 20 years. And how many percent worse is it than from any other camera of this ilk? And when I say glass, I mean the XF glass. Subscription costs have also increased. Since i was talking about an addition to my kit that offered sports oriented CAF that was cheaper than the A6400 and XT30, that meant i was only looking at Canikon. Godox, the maker of many lights and lighting accessories, has announced the AD100Pro. The only limit is the battery and the available storage space. In my opinion, I feel that fancy autofocus systems are rather over-rated in importance for most non-pro users, and that they are over-fixated on by professional and YouTube reviewers. GFX is not X Mount either. The shorter A6400 allows me to cram.a ton of kit into a tiny bag, while it's greater width (due to grip) isn't a factor with any lens attached. And with this in mind I'd put my money on the e-mount, preferrably a mix of the three fast Sigma primes and otherwise FF lenses. This thought occurred to me. No doubt canon lover like sony and nikon lover like fuji. and that unlike e-mount, there really isn't any sharing between mf lenses and x-mount lenses... advantage: sony. Our team at DPReview TV just wrapped up its review of the Nikon Z7 II. While the Fuji was fun to shoot, I just wasn't getting the IQ I wanted out of it (for landscapes and portraits). Shipped with USPS First Class. – Learn about Sony - VGC2EM Vertical Grip - Black with 1 Answer – Best Buy the phrase in your comment "But in the same sense a 200mm lens behaves like a 300mm full-frame lens. A6400 flaws:-The UHC-1 card slot is sllooowww to clear buffer. If I ever have the need I can stretch that coverage with the 8-16mm zoom. I normally have it paired to my Quattro SDh (and a tripod) for landscape work, but the smaller bodies would make a questionable combination. I think this is important as 4K is more difficult to store, share, edit etc and more price conscious buyers are likely to use it sparingly, primarily using 1080p. Are you just arguing for the sake of it? The Sony a6400 is a slim mirrorless camera with an EVF, fast autofocus, 4K video, and a flip-up screen. It's capable of capturing 40MP stills at up to 30fps, 4K video at up to 60fps and 1080p video at up to 240fps. Call it like you really see it. Both very capable cameras, it just comes down to whether you are a Sony fan or a Fuji fan as many features overlap. Add to that the fact that XTrans is inferior to Bayer for capturing color information (for the same amount of megapixels), and it turns out Sony is way better for Landscape. Don't get fooled by how it looks. Meanwhile, the a6400 has NO time-based limit on 4k video. My lenses give me full coverage from 10mm (15mm FF equivalent) up to 560mm (FF 840mm). 10-18, 18-105g, 18-55, 55-200 are all great value zooms, in line with Fuji offerings both price and iq wise. If you believe there are incorrect tags, please send us this post using our. But AF sucks... Sony A mount has IBIS as well, not fully a DSLR but it does AF like a DSLR as it has a dedicated PDAF module. Maybe TV systems. OK, you clearly have no evidence for your claim. Fuji has plenty of lenses, but even if it didn't, you wouldn't be responsible and no one would blame you. All Sony had to do was put a new sensor in the very small A55 body and take the mirror out! Neither is perfect. That's something to consider. I never even cared nor bothered with ergonomics/handling prior to shooting Fuji and was only considered about the shot. There’s barely any APSC Sony lenses to speak of. ..and STILL despite a number of comparisons of a6400 and xt-30 (reviewed 2 weeks ago)... we still dont have an actual a6400 reviewif the original writer cant manage then maybe get some help? I mean go and read the X100F review -- still think Mr Butler has a grudge against Fuji? Dude, you are illiterate at your native language and you are arguing about photography? I think I figured out the problem. The Fuji XF 18-135mm is almost a grand on its own! @notchy - "Fuji have released 32 X-Series cameras in eight years and 26 or so X-Mount lenses within the same period.". The 24mm F2.8 1.33x anamorphic lens is now being crowdfunded on IndieGoGo, where it's already surpassed its funding goal. Getting the shot, in focus and properly exposed. I just don’t get that comment ... ultimately, isn’t image quality more important than the shooting experience? maybe with a real touchscreen! There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-camera for amateur and independent productions. We're glad you asked. Add to this Fuji’s overwhelmingly larger selection of native APS-C lenses, which this review doesn’t really take in, I’d say anyone who’d ever consider broadening their photography beyond typical kit lenses would be ill advised to pick the Sony here. The comparison tool is not a flawless and final judge of a cameras image quality, it is only one additional useful tool. https://www.flickr.com/photos/139148982@N02/albums. 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