Cameras are pretty similar these days. We all want the same things. Better dynamic range, better high ISO performance, and better autofocus.
Really, if you look at the majority of cameras out there at the moment, there are few things that set them apart. That was until Fuji dropped the X-Pro 3.
They did what with the screen?
In an incredibly bold move (or stupid, depending on which blogs you read), Fuji has done away with the standard rear LCD screen of the camera. They’ve replaced it with a much smaller screen.
It simply displays the key exposure information, or in a nod to the film cameras of days gone by, an image of the film simulation you are using.
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Carl Spring
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