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| p.2 #17 · Fuji X-E1 tips and tricks |
Those who asked: “Where can we see your photography?”
Are you interested in my photography, because you’re trying to switch the subject, or pictures demonstrating the problem?
If this is the later, then tell me how to post them here because I haven’t the privileges and am unwilling to pay. However, for the benefits of potential buyers, I’d be willing to make them available.
It seems there are many people who don’t know how it looks and how ugly this problem is.
I didn’t see you posts, but I took the camera for a spin expecting that by this time (almost a year since the X-Pro1 release) Fuji will fix the problem when they ship a new camera.
Those cameras were developed under the management which was rocked by a huge scandal and there is a equally huge law suit facing Fuji now, which may even sink the company. Their top management was replaced, but the culture of dishonesty continues. Otherwise they wouldn’t be selling the camera pretending that everything is fine. As a minimum they should acknowledge the problem and commit to the solution date. If they haven’t, it means they don’t have a clue how to fix it. If the problem is in the proprietary Fuji f/m, then ther will be no other 3-rd party solutions.
I’m not talking about the “finest detail”, but about unrecoverable details in RAW files, making RAWs practically useless, and ugly patterns in both the JPG and RAW files. If this is unimportant to you that’s fine - enjoy the camera - but, can you at least understand that there are people with different expectations and needs especially in view of the camera price?
Kit(lens?) : -))),
“Man, that's so true. An aperture ring; and a shutter speed dial—coupled with auto ISO—is just a dream come true.”
Spoken like a genuine novice who just discovered America : -).
Have you ever used Leica, Mamiya 6, 7 and many, many other older film cameras? I guess not. But, I applaud you for your discovery and recognition anyway.
I’m now convinced of what I wrote earlier, that the fun boys lack understanding of the issue at hand. Will they ever mature?
They’re switching now subject from the Fuji problem to a new gadget - a grip : -))), but does the grip solve the problem?
Why can't you move on? Do you really think you can convince every Fuji user to dump their camera, even when they say they're happy with it?
Sure I also want a solution, but the results now are also usable.
Talking about the grip was obviously to get back ON topic, which your rants aren't in this thread. That's the last I say about it here.