[…]we were able to score some hands-on time with a pre-production model, and we have to say, this thing just feels like a thousand bucks. It’s as solid as a stone, though light packers won’t appreciate just how heavy it is. Regardless, the body exudes quality, and the grip was as comfortable as ever. Sadly, no fully functional units are present here at Photokina, but we’re cautiously optimistic that we’ll see one at CES. It’s doubtful that Fuji will sell oodles of these given the limitations and price, but to the niche that’s interested, things are looking up.
Esce a marzo 2011 per un migliaio di dollari.
Ah, ed è a lente fissa, niente micro 4/3, non si può cambiare l’ottica.
Fujifilm’s Adrian Clarke noted that the decision to include only a 23mm f/2 fixed lens was made in order to not make image quality compromises that are necessary when allowing for a zoom. We’re sure that’ll strike some as displeasing, but those who aren’t afraid of moving forward and back could probably care less.
Cazzo almeno un sistema di ottiche potevano farlo però. Capisco la lente fissa che mi piace molto, ma se poi voglio comprarmi una lente diversa fammelo fare.. cazzo mi hai fatto spendere 1000 dollari…