And the weather's getting positively nice here: we have now had three (count 'em) days above freezing, and—gasp!—actual snowmelt. Granted, it's 22°F today, but we expect Spring any month now.
Illustration courtesy camerasize.com
High noon approacheth; the E-M1 (and my trusty NEX-6) await the inevitable showdown, six-guns at the ready. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
*Cf. "Truthiness: The quality of preferring concepts or facts one wishes to be true, rather than concepts or facts known to be true" (American Dialect Society, January 2006).
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El Inglés: "I suspect the X-T1 is the best camera out there that's sub-full-frame. OK, Michael Reichmann has found some weaknesses but none is a deal breaker for me. My X100s delivered superb files until a ridiculously light fall wrote off its LCD screen (which two Fuji repair shops don't seem keen on replacing, hinting I should buy a new camera). If I'd not regressed to film (hating the digital darkroom), I'd buy an X-T1 in a heartbeat."
Mike replies: It's curious, but MR's assessment of its weaknesses was what suggested to me that I might like it. That's a sign of good reviewing, when you can accept the reviewer's insights but don't feel the need to accept his (or her) verdict (judgments).