AdamLucas Posted May 5, 2014 Share Posted May 5, 2014 I use a Fuji X100S and find that the JPEGS are really hard to beat in terms of them being aesthetically pleasing re - colour , tone etc etc. I do have a dilemma however. When images are viewed at 100% on my monitor ( 13" mac book ) I can see the so called " water colour painting effect" on foliage, particularly obvious in distant landscapes with trees etc. This seems to be an X Trans Sensor trait and not photographic error. I really enjoy the camera however I wonder whether to sell it. My questions are : Are Alamy likely to reject such images with watercolour effects, if water colour effect is viewable at 100% In reality how many prospective buyers of images are concerned with how images look at 100% ( equiv of 48"X 30" print !!! ) If so , Am I better off selling the X100S and purchasing a camera with a stand bayer sensor Thanks for you considerations. Kindest regards, Adam. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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