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Photographing Cyclocross with the Fujifilm XE-1 and X20 — 11 Comments

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  2. Thanks Dan for the test and thanks for using a Cyclocross race as the subject! I am so ready to ditch the DSLR for Bike racing and Night Sky work and hoping to one or more options next year. Now that the Alaska ‘cross season is over you need to road trip down to Bend for the Cross Crusade race series. Race 1 had 1,500 people… A photographers dream…

  3. Dan, thanks. As an owner of the X20 I’m always interested in the photo experience of others with this camera. I haven’t taken to it quite as quickly as you! In fact I was pretty disappointed with IQ after about 2 weeks use. But, I really love is ergonomics, feel and options. Consequently, I’m beginning to focus less on its weaknesses and more on what I can do with this wee camera. And sometimes I get a gem. Subjectively comparing the IQ of the X20 to other P&S cameras I have owned (Nikon 5000 series, Panasonic LX5 & TZ10, Ricoh GX100), the reality is that the IQ is quite good. I invariably shoot RAW (of course, some modes do not allow that) which offers great flexibility and I am learning to be more ruthless when it comes to deleting sub par images! Andrew

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