I have been a Nikon user since around 2007 when I moved to a DSLR. Before that I had experience with Fuji cameras (FinePix E900) and loved the pictures I took with it. Over the years I went through some experimenting with camera and lens combinations before my current setup, the Nikon D7100 and 18-300 lens. I used to travel a lot and took pictures like crazy from trains, buses, helicopters as well as during walks. I don't have time or patience to keep switching lenses and the 18-300 has been good for the most part even though the images are a little soft. I also despise tripods or posing people and prefer to shoot in the moment. Anyway enough about my history and preferences, lets get to the point.
I have been investigating moving into mirrorless and considering options outside of Nikon which brought me to looking over the Sony range and of course returning to Fuji. The Sony a7 II has a nice feel to it and specs but is way too expensive for my tastes and I'm not much of a Sony fan as I had bad experiences with their cameras in the past (pre-Fuji). The Fuji X-T10 seems like reasonably priced system and I have been enjoying the photos I have seen taken with it.
Of course any such move to a new camera brings in the concerns so I thought, who would have better information than this group. Any Nikon converts want to share their experience? I am also open to taking advice on lenses since there doesn't seem to an 18-300 equivalent for the Fuji.
Hi, are the OP profiles or the V2 you can find (e.g. https://fcracer.com/wp-content/uploads/files/Fujifilm-XTrans2-XTrans3-Profiles-v2.zip from https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4025876#forum-post-58254112) elsewhere more up to date? Using the XT-10. Thanks
I pulled my X-Pro2 out of my camera bag and discovered the rubber eyecup has a tear in it. This surprised me. I went to the Fujifilm USA website to see if I could order a replacement eyecup. They did not have one listed.
I then called them and talked to a nice lady named Kelly, who then contacted a repair tech after I explained the issue. The tech wanted me to ship the camera back to them so they could "repair" the camera. They also wanted to charge me $180 for the "repair" plus labor. I sa