Hi All, I have been trying to find a decent pocketable camera to have with me at all times, that doesn't totally suck IQ-wise.
After much too much research, I decided to take the plunge and try the X-20 when my local camera shop got a couple in this week. To make a short story even shorter, it is really working out surprisingly well.
The first few images I captured made me a believer in the way Fujifilm seems to use the latest technology and in-camera processing to its fullest in the X-series. Here's a link to a review after my first 24 hours
with a very well designed and functional pocket cam that seems to be ignored in favor of its big brother (the X100s).
As a side note, I also found a solution to my hankering after the look of classic push processed Tri-X Pan film. I suspect that as long as I am willing to limit myself to prints in the 8x10 and 8x12 range, the OOC JPEGS from this little 2/3" sensor will not let me down.
Here are some examples from yesterday at Muir Beach.