Yes, i think i will - for the first time, I am considering going the CC route with LR6
Puckman wrote in post #17488380
Question for you, now that you've jumped with both feet in? How are you liking it? I think my biggest fear, jumping into Fuji is (1) Crop factor and (2) slow AF.
I shoot a lot of landscape, architecture and urban (where full-frame seems key). I also like the occasional nature/action/wildlife stuff (AF becomes important here).
I'm also considering Sony. Not sure yet. Doing all the research. but it always helps to hear the opinions of someone who's been in the same boat.
My biggest reason for giving up Canon would be weight and bulk.
I am not yet completely comitted to Fuji - though thus far, I am loving it. I still have my Canon 5D II along with 70 200 2.8 II / 85 1.8 and 24-70 Mark 1 (I sold a lot of lenses in anticipation of my move to Fuji). I am mostly a portrait / people shooter with occasional landscape and travel. I am not much into sports photography so i don't need bleeding edge speed.
As a start of my move to Fuji, I picked up XT1 along with 56 1.2 and a bunch of not so expensive legacy MF lenses - My intention is to start using Fuji for my portrait / people work and see how I like it - so far, I am loving it. I also own a x100s since last year and for the most part, thats the only camera I used when we travelled - initially it was a bit limiting to have only one focal length, but slowly it grew on me and now I love it as my only travel camera - its a far cry from all the weight of Canon equipment.
Unlike in the past with Canon, this time around, I want to go slow with lens purchase (Perhaps 10-24 & 50-140 when I am ready to let go of my current Canon gear).
In terms of autofocus, I find the XT1 very similar to my 5D II so I don't find it lacking. Someone moving from 5D III may find it to be slower. Even though I love full frame, I am getting used to APS-C sensor - Personally i think its more of a mindset for the most part. There are some differences, but both are capable of making great images.
For landscape and architecture, you should be fine the 10-24mm should take you reasonably wide. Sports may be somewhat challenging, depending on the sport but unless you use a 1DX currently, I think you should be fine. Get a XT1 with one lens of your choice and try it out - that eventually will be the best way to judge. (Apologies for the longish post)
Here is a link of a blog post i found on google - you may find it interesting: http://www.blamethemonkey.com ...s-e1-e2-t1-cameras-lenses
And one more - specifically on X-t1: http://aboutphotography-tomgrill.blogspot.com ...x-t1-hands-on-review.html