Originally Posted by f16sunshine
I will set it to auto ISO 3200 max, Aperture priority, and then use the +/- EV dial and AF or M focus as required.
What can possibly go wrong? (famous last words
Thanks. My suggestion would be to use M, manual exposure, combined with auto-ISO. It gives you a lot of control and is really easy to use. Also, I wouldn't bother limiting your ISO to 3200, this camera can go way beyond that.
For someone who mostly shoots at 35mm anyway, I did debate it, but the price wasn't really an issue. I'm not a rich person, just a humble photographer, but the sensor and lens combination easily offers great value for money in my eyes.
Just go shoot with it and make your own opinions. I've owned mine exactly a year and have only recently started sharing my thoughts on it. Use it a lot and you'll adapt. It's not like it's terrible, I find it a wonderful tool much of the time. It's just not a entirely authentic experience, and the more you do it, the more the little things, like the process, begin to reflect your whole philosophy and output.
One extra thought: I highly recommend the Gariz case for it.