Here is an A72 shot. Its got quite a bit of processing. Heavy clarity, steep tone curve, some Kodachrome preset and more. Here is an XT-1 shot. It too has quite a bit of processing. Not as much Clarity but the rest is similar. Classic Chrome camera profile rather and Kodachrome preset. I shot a concert Saturday night that gave me a chance to do a comparison between my Fuji X and Sony A7 kits. Background Fuji: I used a Fuji XT-1 with 10-24, 16-55, and 50-140 lenses. Most of the night I shot M including set ISO speeds. Later in the evening I switched to Auto ISO but kept the shutter and F stops set. I have the picture style set to Classic Chrome with highlight and shadow tone set to minus 2. Background Sony: I used an A7M2 with 16-35, 24-70 and 70-200 FE lenses. All F4. Most of the night I shot M including ISO speed. Later I switched to Auto ISO but kept the shutter speed and F stop set to same value. Some observations: The images on the LCDs were quite different. The Fuji images showed little “grain” while those on the Sony looked quite “grainy”. I created a gallery of images for the band, all with quite a bit of processing. http://davidmward.photography/galleries/Traveling-Wilbillies/wbrockhouse/ I’ve also created a hidden gallery ( http://davidmward.photography/galleries/Traveling-Wilbillies/wrhooc/ ) which is straight from camera JPGs for comparison. The images are reduced the same amount in both galleries. One thing I noticed with the Fuji files that seems odd, is that the raw images, when imported into Lightroom with my standard import preset were at least 1EV darker than the JPGs. Pulling the exposure up in Lightroom had no detrimental impact on the images put still kind of weird. Especially since the same is not true when importing images shot outside at lower ISO settings. The DR feature is set to 100 so that shouldn’t be causing the reduced exposure. Anyway, it was an interesting way to compare camera systems. I did a similar shoot with Canon kit awhile back. That included some speedlites. This was all available light.