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  1. What are you using for RAW development? Lightroom is known for having problems with Fuji files.
  2. I think that will be the future. Phones will get better and the niche for dedicated cameras will get smaller and smaller. I am also thinking about getting one of the next iPhones and then using my X-T3 only for things like wildlife where the phone can't (yet) compete with a big zoom lens.
  3. I have had both and I think the X-T2 was a big step forward in terms of handling. Focus is better and the dials are better. Just about everything is much better. As far as IQ they both are different and have their strengths and weaknesses.
  4. To my knowledge the mechanical shutter makes a sound for mechanical reasons. You can’t change that.
  5. I don’t think lenses are your problem. I would get a one or more flash and a soft box and work on lighting.
  6. Dirt or moisture can be a problem. Or the eyecup being misaligned. I have also had an eyelash causing problems.
  7. This has been an old and annoying issue with the X-T series for a long time. Whenever the camera goes to sleep the self timer turns off.
  8. Step up rings will work well. The smaller size filters are also cheaper so if you use one lens a lot it may be convenient to buy one that size. It can be annoying to have a 77mm on a 58mm lens.
  9. I am on it and I am always surprised how pictures I am not proud of get 50 likes and pictures I really like get only 3. It's definitely a learning experience what people like. Still haven't managed to get 100 likes or more.
  10. I think it's just a very specialized lens. 90mm is quite long on APS-C.
  11. No idea when it will happen but computing power tends to win over hardware so I think mirrorless will take over in the next few years. However, I think mirrorless cameras will also be replaced by other devices like phones.
  12. Zone focus and AF-C with back button focus work best for me. Usually a 3x3 zone which I often move one step up and a little to the side to get the head in focus. I have moved AF-On to the front Fn button which works well for my hands, so I have "front button" focus. I have also learned to shoot with small bursts to avoid viewfinder lag. Here are some zoo pictures I took and think worked out well.
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