Fujifilm X-E2 Hands-On Preview Discussion

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  1. Howard Creech

    Howard Creech News/Review Writer News/Review Writer

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    The landscape of the digital imaging marketplace changed radically when the first MILC hit the market. MILCs (mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras) provide just about everything their larger DSLR siblings offer in terms of capability, flexibility, and usability, but they are smaller, lighter, much less intimidating to subjects, and cheaper than DSLRs. They were the first major innovation in camera design of the digital age; before their introduction, all digital cameras were basically digital versions of traditional film camera designs.



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  2. Andy Stanton

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    The X-E2 looks very good. I really like what I've read about Fuji's lower cost MILC camera, the X-A1, and I don't know if the X-E2 is worth the huge price differential ($1,299 vs $449, including their kit lenses), considering that the main differences are that the X-E2 has a more advanced sensor (though it's the same size as the sensor in the X-A1) and a viewfinder.
     
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    Both the X-A1 and the X-M1 lack viewfinders (boooo). I'm very tempted by Fuji, but my target would be a used X-E1. Even then I would have to dump all of my Canon gear, a prospect I am not thrilled about.

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