'The large APS-C sensor makes it easy to blur the background and importantly makes the camera more versatile in low-light.'
'14mm f/4 lens provides perfect uniformity. '
'The maximum aperture of F/2.8 and the large APS-C sensor makes it easy to blur the background and importantly makes the camera more versatile in low-light.'
'Without a doubt, despite the high-res spec, it is one of the worst displays we’ve encountered in several years. '
'Memory card slot on the side.'
'Its JPG output is excellent at lower ISOs, so you may be able to skip Raw processing, but if you do prefer to work with uncompressed images, you're going to have to deal with a Raw workflow that's hobbled by very clunky software.'
'fast maximum aperture'
Its many faults are part of its charm
Learn to take your time
Delivers the same excellent photo quality as the X-E1
Better handling and importantly faster performance than its predecessor
Impressive noise performance, Great build quality and handling
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Very small and light with good grip for small to medium-size hands
Photos are very subtly sharper
Smallest full-frame camera available, Impressive noise performance
High-resolution full frame sensor in a small-ish camera package
Fast performance, very good picture quality for its class
Full 1080p movie recording with stereo sound
Good viewfinder, Pleasing handling, Impressive focus performance
Decent image quality, raw capture option
APS-C Foveon image sensor
Minimalism without elegance
Deliver stunningly sharp, high-resolution images
Outstanding image quality at low ISOs
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