06-15-2018, 09:06 AM
(06-15-2018, 08:43 AM)davidmanze Wrote:(06-05-2018, 11:39 PM)thxbb12 Wrote: Sell all of your gear (Sony included) and switch to MFT or Fuji.
Both of those would not be my considerations......image size of MFDs is too small........
and Fuji for APSc and still has piddly batteries......like with the XH-1 you need a grip to get decent battery life and at that point where's the advantage of APS-C?.........and it then becomes an expensive camera also.
Tonia, keep your lenses as Canon adapters are now working great with Sony and you get a FF sensor!
With Fringer adapter, Canon (or Sigma) lenses are also working well on Fuji. Can't comment anything on µ4/3, but Fuji's latest firmware adventure - although embarassing for the company with their roll-out 4.00, then roll-back to 4.01 (=3.00), then roll out 4.10, but without the shitty implemented folder selection (will follow with 4.20 mid July...) - you get a lot of hot and cold showers.
They managed to improve AF-C with each iterration. Currently the X-T2 is very close to Nikon AF-C. One can say, they are eveen better as the coverage with AF-points appears to be better. But unwrapping the real AF-C coverage, which is smaller than the one for AF-S the real advantage is smaller.
I can't advise anybody to go Fujifil,. True, every company's models do have a mixture of advantages and disadvantages. Also true: Fujifilm improves their models with massive firmware-updates. But they have to, as they are in competition with cameras perfoming better from start.