I really wanted to buy this camera for its size and Fuji Bayer, but after struggling with a Sony NEX 5N in daylight, lack of EVF was the deal breaker. Mirrorless, by definition, do not have a prism and mirror which moves. Rather than getting Fujifilm's X-Trans technology, the chip here gets a more standard primary color filter design, and while there's nothing wrong with that per se, it won't quite be a match for its premium siblings in the image quality stakes. The app includes automatic image transfer, gallery creation, editing tools and more. But of course if you responded further down not everyone would see your snarky reply. So pour a tall cold one and get ready to treat yourself, 2020 style. I mean if you can't test a Sony G-master on a Nikon how the hell do you know it's a brilliant lens? Besides, there's also the even-cheaper X-A10. So very nice IQ when you do get the shot right but probably frustrating to use and that would not be fun. But it's not better, it's fake.24mp Bayer is definitely superior. Read our in-depth Sony Alpha A6000 review. Keep Calm's comment is silly. Olympus has refined and tweaked one of our favorite mirrorless cameras to make it an even more tempting proposition. I would like to see a AA-less Bayer sensor from Fuji. "Fuji X-Trans is just so inferior to Bayer". An X100 body with this sensor would be the perfect camera. "In terms of dynamic range, the X-A3 is very impressive. There was a problem. I guess the Fujifilm X70 is intended to be a camera where you frame shots using the LCD screen on the back. @Thermidor thanks for the advice, but Astia has more contrast and saturation compared to Provia, so it's the opposite of what I'm looking for :), @The Davinator: I find that Provia with -2 Colors has a similar feel to Pro Neg Hi, though the Pro Neg has even lower saturation and a bit of a color tint? Unlike an OVF that you may be used to on your DSLR, the OVF on the X-Pro2 resembles that of an old rangefinder camera. To me it's just a company. I'm disappoint X-A3 is not getting a better review. Talking of the screen, a key feature for all the vloggers out there is the ability to flip the screen to the front. In the same segment you have, sony a6500, a6300, a6000 & a5100.Still wondering why people treat fuji like his mother. I think Fuji should stick with xtrans. Had they put that wonderful sensor in a better body with a better AF, both goals would have been unachievable. This makes it possible to shoot hand-held in very low-light. @Androole. Seriously considered it at one point, but was scraping the coffers at the time. The 24mm F3.5, 35mm F2 and 65mm F2 DG DN share similar designs and have weather-sealed metal bodies. Potential X-A3 buyers may also be interested in where it fits in Fujifilm's line-up. Among the possible problems i have found with my XM1 use, and i would like to understand if they will affect also xa3: 1) bracketing is limited to +-1ev.2) with non dedicated flash, using syncro flash shutter speed, the display turns nearly black after middle pressing the shutter (it simulates an exposure without flash). Osa25 - I'm glad you're qualified to speak for every photographer in 2017. Find out where the X-A7 wins! This viewfinder 'fix' for the X70 just doesn't cut it - … SONY kit zoom is not only zoom out to 24mm, but also it is the smallest second to none, plus it is not too bad in the REAL world too. Now, three months later, the company has confirmed in a statement that the personal information of past and current employees was taken from its servers. The 10 best mirrorless cameras you can buy right now, Nintendo Switch Cyber Monday deals 2020: all the best bundles, consoles and games, Where to buy PS5: restock tracker to find PS5 on sale during Cyber Week, New Arm-based gaming PC set to take on Intel and AMD rigs, FIFA 21 on PS5 sounds way more fun than the Xbox Series X version, Best Buy Cyber Monday 2020: final deals on 4K TVs, laptops, AirPods, and more, Antivirus alone is no longer enough to keep your devices protected, 5 amazing Black Friday gaming accessory deals from Currys PC World.