The best APS sensor performance is now....

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by RichA, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. RichA

    RichA Guest

    The Fuji X-Pro1. True or false?
    RichA, Jul 25, 2012
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    Bruce Guest

    It depends what you mean by "best".

    If you mean the best JPEGs out of the camera, then probably.

    If you mean the best RAW files, probably not, because there is no way
    to demosaic them in software that is as good as the camera's firmware.

    There are two new X-Pro variants to come at Photokina. One will be a
    cheaper version of the X-Pro1 with the same sensor, the other will be
    more expensive, aimed at pro users, and have a different sensor.

    I'm keen to see these new models as the X-Pro 1 is so nearly the
    perfect 'rangefinder' camera, and even a top of the range Fujifilm
    X-Pro is going to cost me a lot less than the Leica M10.
    Bruce, Jul 25, 2012
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    Guest Guest

    of course there is. what the camera does is just one way to process a
    raw. doing it on a computer can be as good, better or worse, depending
    on many, many factors.
    Guest, Jul 25, 2012
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    Robert Coe Guest

    : The Fuji X-Pro1. True or false?

    I'll bite: False.

    Robert Coe, Jul 26, 2012
  5. RichA

    Rich Guest

    Overall, false. Detail is lacking at lower ISO's compared to the
    competition, but at very high ISO's, noise control is so good detail is
    actually somewhat better than some of the conventional APS sensors.
    Rich, Jul 26, 2012
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