I got my X-T2 and battery grip from my local brick and mortar store on the morning of the 8 and, luck me, on the 9 Québec City was hosting of the UCI World Tour Grand Prix Cycliste. Great timing !
It's a 16 laps, 200 km race right in the heart of the old town with the world'd very best and fastest cyclist, but please don't look for any of the landmark of the city in my pics, I was just after the riders, trying to get into the pack as much as possible.
I already had some good experience and result at shooting fast outdoor sports on AFC with the T1, from speed skating to grand slalom skiing and the likes, so the adaptation and transition to the T2 went very smoothly.
I guess there will be plenty of reviews, tests and posts about the new T2, so I'll spare you all the details about the new body and jump right to my appreciation for the type of shooting I do: it's fast and I loved it!
Enough, I think I'll let the pics talk now. Aren't they worth a thousand words ?
T2 + XF50-140 + XF1.4TC, most of the shooting was done at 196mm @ f/4
Shot in RAW, minimal PP in LR 6.6.1 (sharpening: 20-0.5-100-60, No NR )
The Flickr album (25 pics as of now): https://flic.kr/s/aHskJar3my