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Comments from readers, with my unvarnished point-blank thoughts.
Much of what is written here should be understood as personal reactions and subjective evaluation (readers and mine) intermixed with objective findings about usage for specific shooting challenges.
Michael E writes:
I (believe) I have finished many weeks of testing the Hasselblad X1D and the Fujifilm GFX, both frontier-pushing cameras. As for which one I will keep, the answer is neither. I have talked about the GFX before, so I will just leave some comments on the Hasselblad X1D. I don’t think my particular problems with these cameras will probably affect most other photographers, but here they are.
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