I've noticed there are a LOT of Fuji users on here, and they seem to make up a wildly disproportionate amount of enthusiast users who post a lot on forums. Can someone help me understand the love for the 16mp X-TRANS sensor and the cameras it's on? Every studio scene I see where the a6000 and XT-1 are compared, for example, the a6000 wins. I get that this isn't "real life" photography, but frankly - if you can't make it sharp in the studio, how are you supposed to make it sharp in the field? The other thing people seem to constantly fawn over is Fuji color. There's zero doubt that Fuji makes what are perhaps the most beautiful in-camera JPGs of any brand. But - who cares, when you've got Lightroom and VSCO presets to use after shooting RAW? I honestly cannot tell the difference between VSCO Astia/Provia presets and Classic Chrome. I also understand that Fuji makes ridiculously well-built and traditional-feeling cameras at reasonable prices - they're also probably the best looking mass-market camera out there. Lastly, the traditional complaint against Sony is the lack of lenses. Although this gap has narrowed significantly, especially considering the very high quality Sigma lenses for sale, Fuji still has the edge here. This is the only complaint that I can really agree with. Maybe I just don't understand the appeal of Fuji - help me!