Very interesting dialogue! Thank you! I liked the phrase: “I …

ЭТО – КОММЕНТАРИЙ К СТАТЬЕ: My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?, оставленный читателем (нажмите на ссылку, чтобы почитать саму статью) Max.

Very interesting dialogue! Thank you! I liked the phrase: “I think professional photographers make all the magic with processing, and a snapshot from any camera is a reflection of reality.”

So, I also think that in essence the digital photo should be everywhere the same, the rest is internal firm processing (warmer, colder, more contrasting, grainy, etc.). Now you can choose a camera in appearance.

And this phrase is good: “They look like they were taken off by a very high-quality point-and-shoot camera. Sharpness and clarity is, but “there is no magic.”

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My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
Paul, I did not say that I do not like. Lovely photos, but from Fujifilm I was waiting for something more spectacular. Now I’m waiting for you from something spectacular with this wonderful camera. And in the concept of “magic” we are putting different meanings, that’s all. Good luck!


My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
About the shades of blue – this is an observation. Well, probably, I’m not in the subject and I cannot explain this more clearly. The main thing is that there is Fuji’s “corporate color”, maybe I mean it. It is interesting to understand what creates this “Fuji’s corporate color”.

I will not confuse you any more, I will just read your excellent reviews. Thanks for the answers and success!


My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
And, here, I found that frame shot on the Nikon D5100, which seemed to me similar in color to the photo of Fuji X: photo# 16 in the comparative review the Fujifilm X-M1 and the D5100.

It seems to me, the unique transmission of blue shades in Fujifilm X cameras, and this does not interfere with warm colors. How can I explain this? Technological features of the sensor or internal software processing for shooting?

Thanks for the links!