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    fuji 90 vs 50-140 on balance which is better?

    I am an amateur and I recently got XT1 with 14 mm and 35 mm lenses for landscapes and street. I also wanted a lens which would give me better and closer view while being less noticeable on the streets. I am considering 50-140 vs 90mm. I understand they both are big and therefore i will not get...
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    I've got my new Fuji xt1 with 14 mm and 35 mm lenses. First impression I an very pleased with what i got. Can't wait to test it properly on the next weekend.
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Sashbar, thanks for your most helpful remarks. Which prime lenses I should consider first? One should be for landscapes.
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    What about Photoshop raw processor?
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Thank you sashbar for such s comprehensive reply. I just now read reviews on Fuji Xt1 and came to saconclusion this is my #1 on the list. Metal body and lenses, light weight Leica like look. I have some concerns though. It is said in the reviews this cam has not the best dynamic range. I...
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Very nice pictures from both although Olympus ones do not show enough shallow dof. And why '...but image quality...' Don't you think that over 10 years the sensors changed and can now provide a much better IQ?
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Thank you jaomul I read some reviews on cannon 70d. Sounds a very good cam. But it's still dslr and hence heavy. My obsession now is mirrorless I do not know why. May be I am wrong and should stick with dslr.
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Image quality first. Second - focus. My canon with tamron shoots the way the faces are always out of focus. When I do manually it is still out of focus. I think this is just due to diccoordination between cannon and tamron since I dropped the camera several years ago.
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    Switch from Canon 450d EOS. Which mirrorless to consider.

    Hi everyone. I've been with my canon 450 d paired with tamron 17-50 2.8 for 10 years. Now I feel time has come to switch to something better. I was thinking about full frame but the dslrs are so heavy and expensive as well, although I am prepared for a £2000 budget for all. The only light full...
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