Over the coming months, I thought I would put together a list of articles about what these two brands can learn from each other, in an effort to steer away from the whole X-T3 vs A7iii arguments that seem to have become the usual click bait these days.
I know people are going to get offended with whatever I write, that’s the nature of camera gear these days. This is not intended to be a personal attack on either, simply some learnings offered based on my experience with both because both have the opportunity to improve in a variety of ways.
These articles won’t be long in some cases, I’ll try to keep it to the point. There is after all, only so many things you could say about lens caps if that’s your gripe. I’ll continue to update this article to refer to all the articles as I get them down but only the first will be listed to prevent arguments about topics that haven’t started.
Without much ado, here are the first eight:
- Part 1: Fujifilm needs to open their lens mount
- Part 2: Sony needs to start doing more “Kaizen”
- Part 3: Fujifilm needs to improve their stock hoods
- Part 4: Sony needs to fix the sub-standard menu system
- Part 5: Fujifilm can learn how to engineer a camera from Sony
- Part 6: Sony needs to create more Fujicrons in their lineup
- Part 7: Fix your ISO numbers, Fujfilm
- Part 8: Sony could do with some AF customisations
Article updated 26 March to add Part 8