jcothron wrote in post #18487067
Very nice, I'm seriously considering picking up that Fuji. Have you experienced any drawbacks? Do you use Lr and if so any issues with the files there?
I love my Fuji... so much that I just picked up and X-Pro2 as well and have listed the last of my Canon gear on CL.
- I was used to my 6D/7D2 for so long that learning something new takes a bit of time. So far so good though.
- I will miss my 35 f2, 135L and 70-200.
- The flash assortment is somewhat limited right now.
If you are a sports shooter and need something with a very high frame rate and really long telephoto glass this may not be a system for you... yet.
- Smaller - I sold off all my huge backpacks and tripods/heads.
- Lighter - Bought newer, smaller shoulder bag (Tenba messenger 13).
- Articulated screen on the X-t2
- Rangefinder layout on X-Pro2 is really growing on me. I like it!
- Manual dials for adjustments
- Focus peaking
- 4k video (not that I use it much)
- Fuji glass is less expensive and evenly comparable (or better) than EOS glass.
I do use LR and have had no issues. I will say that with the new CLASSIC CC I have been having numerous crashes upon import... but I don't think that has anything to do with Fuji.
To sum it up I love Fuji. Smaller/Lighter and just as quality as any other gear out there. I would have stayed with Canon if they would have released a FF mirrorless but alas they did not and have lost yet another customer. That being said I am not bashing Canon (besides them being slow with the times) and was VERY happy with my Canon gear for the past 5 years.
Borrow or rent a Fuji and see for yourself. I think you'll probably love it.