Wed 08-Feb-12 03:17 AM | edited Wed 08-Feb-12 03:35 AM by tommiejeep
Armando, after shooting my D700/35 f2D for a week I decided the Fuji X100 just did not work for me. I decided to wait and see this and the XPro-1 (even though I was not planning on a new interchangeable system) . I may still take your advice on the ZX-1 w/VF, a completely different animal .
I shot OMs for a while in the late 70's. a friend was "Brand Ambassador' in the UK so no problem getting to use them
The 45 1.8, the newly announced 75 1.8, the 17 2.8 or 12 f2 with one zoom looks a good kit on paper
This camera looks very impressive! I don't want to buy a camera without a viewfinder (maybe because I've never had one, so don't realize it's not necessary). This looks like a good trade-off between image quality and portability. It appears that this camera is designed more like a DSLR (as far as controls) than the Nikon V1, which also makes it appealing. Thanks for posting this.
Mike, the grip ,"motor drive" (haven't heard that for a while ) is even more interesting in that it is a two piece. If you want to go light and don't need the extra battery and controls you can just use the grip part
I have been watching the Fuji XPro1 and Oly E-M5 pretty closely. Leaning towards the Oly primarily due to the lens selection and the fact that it seems Fuji will only honour the warranty in the country of purchase
Dpr has just posted their first hands-on and pretty optimistic for Dpr