I know, I know. It's not the latest camera on the market and reviews are boring. What I'm going to write now is not about specs, but what I think about the camera I bring with me h24 seven days a week.
I've bought it one year ago, it was already old. I don't even know how many megapixels it has, I have to check on internet: 16.3 mp.
At the time, somebody also told me to don't buy it because it was already old. But hey, who cares, if it works well I don't give a shit.
I'm quite rough with her. I mean the camera. But she seems to be strong enough. It's made of metal, maybe aluminium. The dust doesn't go on the sensor because the lens is unchangeable, perfect for my dirty jacket pockets full of trash, micro fragments of materials impossible to recognize anymore and various shit.
It's a fast camera. For somebody like me, grown up with analogic cameras, the possibility to change the shutter speed and the aperture with two rings makes everything veeery easy and fast.
The feeling is good.
You know, it's something I carry with me every day, every hour, almost every minute of my daily life. For something you have to constantly deal with, the feeling is very important. And it fits perfectly in my hands, I can leave it wherever I want, it's light and strong, the metal is solid and cold.
I like it.
Fujifilm should pay me for what I just said.
What I don't like is the shutter button, which is made of cheap plastic. And I hate that. An also the button to choose af\mf is made of cheap plastic. This is quite annoying if you have OCDC.
What's your fucking problem Fuji? You stingy!!!