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Which Fuji X cameras do you use?

Which Fuji X cameras do you use?  

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  1. 1. Which Fuji X cameras do you use?

    • Fuji X-Pro1
      147
    • Fuji X-Pro2
      96
    • Fuji X-T1
      411
    • Fuji X-T10
      110
    • Fuji X-E1
      105
    • Fuji X-E2
      179
    • Fuji X-E2s
      14
    • Fuji X-A1
      17
    • Fuji X-A2
      3
    • Fuji X-M1
      32
    • Fuji X100
      49
    • Fuji X100s
      87
    • Fuji X100t
      105
    • Fuji X70
      12
    • Fuji X10 / X20 / X30
      60
    • Fuji X-S1
      15
    • Fuji XF1
      7
    • Fuji XQ1/XQ2
      10


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Ouch! I'm sorry for your little X-E2 but you get a great camera for replacing it /uploads/emoticons/default_smile.png">

I hope you were ok after the fall.

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X-E2

Having started out photography on a Pentax Super A, followed by a Nikon FM2, I then went over to digital with a Nikon D200 and found it way too cumbersome. Last year I sold off all my Nikon gear and bought into Fuji. I find this such a joy to use. It's like being back with the Super A (although not quiet as tough).

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I use the X-T1 when I know I am goiing to need to bust out a few focal lengths or for portraits (with the XF23 and 56)

 

However everyday I carry and shoot with the beloved X100T.

 

I messed around for a while trying to make it work with one camera but this is currently my sweetest setup.

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X-T1 solely at the moment, seriously considering a second body from Fuji, just not sure between the X-T10, X-E2(S ?) or just jump into the X-T2 when it gets released.

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