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Patrick FR

Fujifilm X-H1

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I've stopped following the camera news basically ... when my X-PRO1 or X-T1 break, I will look around again for what's hot then.

 

Perfectly happy with the 16MP cameras here ...

precisely

 

It would have to be a giant leap for the photographic mankind to make me buy a new camera but I suspect that it will be just a small step ( few tweaks here and there).

 

The opposite of what happened here

 

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I purchased the XE2s and it is a great camera.

However I did not own a previous XE camera

 

I do not think the XT2s is meant to appeal to XT2 owners

Or even XPRO2 owners

 

It will be there for people who do not own these cameras and at the time of purchase require the latest modern gear

they will compare and contrast  to other camera manufacturers

put yourself in the position of the camera salesman trying to flog off an old model

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The electronic IBIS looks like it needs a new sensor design, hence the "s" instead of being a camera firmware update. I did not really have much hope of a software-only solution for my X-T2 but I can still dream of it. (Hmm... using the phase-detection (auto-focus) elements to aid eIBIS is also possible.)

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For me, the addition of IBIS will be a dream come true. The ability to get that extra bit of stability without the use of a tripod/monopod, the ability to lower the ISO and the re-assurance that I probably won't miss that shot. That above anything else is what I would like.

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I've stopped following the camera news basically ... when my X-PRO1 or X-T1 break, I will look around again for what's hot then.

 

Perfectly happy with the 16MP cameras here ... less happy with the time I currently have to process my photos :-(

 

 

The X-T1 also belongs to one of my favorites. Post Processing Time I managed to reduce by 70% by switching to Luminar 2018 and Aurora HDR 2018.

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