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  1. Donfatha
    January 18, 2016 @ 6:13 pm

    Thanks for sharing this Andy. I haven’t been looking for an article like this so it’s the first time seeing somebody pixel peep and compare Fuji’s photos with a full frame DSLR. Very impressive. I started as a mirrorless user and know EXACTLY what you are talking about when you say the camera has soul. I’ve bought 3 other brands of mirrorless, but I’m really attracted by the XPro2. Looks like the sharpness on that goes beyond what the XT10 can do as well. Happy shooting!

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  2. Landscapes with the X Series – FUJI X PASSION
    January 21, 2016 @ 10:41 am

    […] whether the X System was really designed with landscape photographers in mind.  In my last blog (HERE) I tested the image quality of the X-T10 with the 10-24mm and 55-200mm zooms against my Nikon and […]

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  3. Landscapes with the X Series | Andy Mumford
    January 28, 2016 @ 9:11 am

    […] the X System was really designed with landscape photographers in mind.  In my last blog (HERE) I tested the image quality of the X-T10 with the 10-24mm and 55-200mm zooms against my Nikon and […]

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  4. Jorge
    May 16, 2016 @ 6:29 pm

    I agree with you on all points. I also “downgraded” from the D800 to the Fuji X-T1 after using the X-E1 for a full year, then the X-T1 for another year. But, when comparing the images from the X camera to the D800 as you’ve done above did you take into account the fact that the D800 has some serious mirror slap? Also, any slight movement/vibration/non-steadiness will cause some blur with the 36 megapixel. I know the Fuji is an amazing tool, and I would not give mine up for anything but I’m just sayin’ With that said, I shoot stock and travel images and my success rate with the Fuji far exceeds ANYTHING I ever did with the D700-D800 bodies and the Nikon Trinity of lenses.

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