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Hello from Ottawa Canada. I am an avid Fuji user, with both an XE-2 and X 100T (replacing an X 100). My interests are primarily sports photography (I still use a Canon Mk IV for sports most of the time) and active living imagery (for which I use the Fuji cameras). Hopefully the long awaited for X Pro 2 will put me in a position to do all my photography, including sports, with Fuji gear.


I am attaching a couple of my favorite active living images in case anyone out there is interested, one from each of my Fuji cameras. (paddler and dog taken from my kayak, holding X 100 at water level

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 ; snowshoe shot taken with XE-2 and 18 - 55 zoom

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