|Fuji X E-2, ISO 6400, ƒ/3.2, 1/50 handheld|
As you can see in the photo above the quality is there for available light shooting full frame, but when people are asking about if 16M sensor is good enough they want to see the photo at 100%.
|100% view of the image above|
|Fuji X E-2, ISO 200, ƒ/18, 1/180|
|100% view of the photo above.|
Now when my lab is telling me that if your camera is an 6M size sensor and they can make any size print from this file size then it would appear that 16M is more than sufficient.
If the other camera manufacturer's do not learn from what Fuji is doing they will be crushed by them. What is important to listen to in the interview is how even while they think 16M is enough, they still listen to the customer and are researching to improve the megapixels.
One of the coolest things about Fujifilm is there firmware upgrades for all their cameras. They continue to upgrade their cameras because they are listening to the customer. The firmware upgrades for the cameras make them even better. For the most part if you want the latest design for a camera with other manufacturers they you must buy they latest camera. While you might think this could hurt sales, it is doing just the opposite for Fuji.
Conclusion: The Fuji X E-2 exceeds the needs of my clients right now. It is a camera I am shooting now for corporate jobs.