Re yesterday, I think I should probably add that there's nothing necessarily better about Fuji files. It's not an objective value judgement. It's just that I happen to like the results I get given my workflow habits, the equipment I own, and, importantly, my taste.
Lots of us, these days, like the results we get, whether we shoot Pentax or Panasonic or whatever. Personally, I seem to be drawn most to the results I see from three brands of camera generally: Fuji, Olympus, and Canon (although I've never owned a digital Canon). I especially like the way Fuji X-Trans files convert to B&W. But the differences in color photographs are not huge and I absolutely understand if people feel that their own equipment gives them the same sort of satisfaction that I get from Fuji.
It's not a status thing, in other words, and I'm not dissing non-Fuji brands.
Just wanted to make that clear.
P.S. Speaking of days past, I'm going to "hide" the comments from the Ctein announcement post soon. I'm not trying to censor anyone and I hope no one feels that way. But it was a quarrel, and people don't come here to be subjected to fuss.
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