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Approximately one-third (33%) of the population is left-eye dominant (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocular_dominance). Fujifilm should consider the needs of the left-eye dominant minority while developing products! I have tried the X-T2 (and X-H1): my nose hinders access to the joystick and the Q button. May be there is a trick to avoid this? May be my nose is to big? X-Pro2's ergonomics fits my needs much better, but the EVF is not state of the art (resolution and magnification), no replaceable eye-cup, less features and less kaizen love from Fujifilm than X-T2, and even more expensive than X-T2!? I do not need an OVF (and some X-PRO2 owners I know newer uses it). I would like to have the X-Tn functionality, specifications, kaizen love, and price in a X-PROn body. Also, I wouldn't mind a slightly larger X-E with ALL X-T features: X-E2 was OK, but X-E3 is to small and lacks a lot of features, first of all: a better EVF! Let's wait and see what X-PRO3 will be... But I am afraid the X-Pro3 will skip one generation (like X-Pro2 did) and come only in about 2 years (=2020), along with X-T4! Using the non-dominant right-eye may be a workaround for some-ones... (, but not for me.) Who else uses their left eye to look through the camera's viewfinder? If you are left eye shooter, please share your experience, needs, and tips with Fujifilm (and other) gear. PS: I wear glasses, but shoot without.
Hi ! I recently migrated from a canon to a fuji x-t2 for my sport photography. I had to find out how to focus sometimes on the left of the frame, and then a split second later to focus on the right of the frame... And... it's easy ! I describe how I do it on this post : https://blog.laurencebichon.com/en/simple-way-switch-focus-left-right-sport-photography-fuji-x-t2/ If you have additional ideas, suggestions, please leave a comment…Thanks ! Laurence