Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
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Subject: Re: Fuji buys Xerox. The king is dead
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On 2/1/2018 4:36 PM, Savageduck wrote:


> ...and even that is rapidly changing. For studio work there is now the
> Fujifilm GFX50S with MF sensor, and some very good glass. When it comes to
> AF-S/AF-C and tracking, the X-T2, and X-E3 are not far behind DSLR
> performance, and in some comparisons, not all, might even be considered
> better.

True. But we'll still see the BWLs (big white lenses) at sporting events 
for a long time. The faster auto-focus and OVF are essential.