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X-T2 and the dogs


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Great article Michael! I ditched my D3 for the lighter Xt1 so you can imagine the focusing speed difference when it comes to moving subjects, you do have to work harder with the Fuji. I will definitely be trying out the Xt2 when available but not buying until I'm absolutely sure the difference is worth it. Your article gives a great insight to the improvements made but I would like to see bird in flight shots before I commit to buying, not that I'm an avid bird shooter but I feel if they have cracked this with a better hit rate then you can tackle just about anything! Thanks for sharing and doing such a good write up!

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Thanks for the comments!

 

@eagle: in low light...we needed 1/1000 to 1/1500 to get the dogs sharp and without motion blur. So in real low light it will be hard ...

Concerning AF...it would be interesting but we already know that every AF get's worse when there is not enough light. On top on a black dog...

 

But i have no doubt that the XT2 would manage it quite good ;-)

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