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  1. Alain van Hille
    December 23, 2020 @ 9:35 am

    Fujifilm X100V a beast in a pocket size.

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  2. Robert Norbury
    December 23, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

    You are not talking about large format cameras here. They are medium format. Large format is 4×5 inches and above.

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  3. Johan Thole
    January 30, 2021 @ 8:12 am

    Interesting comment about the X-Pro3, and the reason I would put the X-Pro2 in the #1 spot of my personal list; those cameras don’t force you to look at a screen, but allow you to look at the real world. The reason I would put the X-Pro2 OVF in the first spot is the more flexible optical viewfinder (I regret the choice they made for the X-Pro3).
    The optical viewfinder allows me to see the scene, without focus on the “end result”. No matter how good the electronic viewfinders have become, you’re still looking at a TV screen. Of course, it also means trusting the camera regarding exposure, but that is also liberating in itself. Plus, there’s always the ERF patch for a quick check.
    That focus on what’s happening, instead of how the camera interpretes it, makes the X-Pro2 the real photographer’s camera for me. If the X-Pro3 had kept the same flexible viewfinder, and some more function buttons (I love being able to change the settings without having to bring up a menu) then it would have been the #1 for me.

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