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Update 12/2018: Which Fuji X cameras do you use?

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Which Fuji X cameras do you use? Update 12-2018  

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

    • Fuji X-H1
    • Fuji X-T1
    • Fuji X-T2
    • Fuji X-T3
    • Fuji X-T10
    • Fuji X-T20
    • Fuji X-T100
    • Fuji X-Pro1
    • Fuji X-Pro2
    • Fuji X-E1
    • Fuji X-E2 / E2s
    • Fuji X-E3
    • Fuji X-A1 / A2 / A3 / A5
    • Fuji X-M1
    • Fuji X100
    • Fuji X100S
    • Fuji X100T
    • Fuji X100F
    • Fuji X70
    • Fuji X10 / X20 / X30
    • Fuji XF10
    • Fuji GFX 50S
    • Fuji GFX 50R

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I use my X-T2 mainly when we are travelling during the holidays  with our motorcycle. It takes less space in our top case than our DSLR's with their heavy lenses and can shoot RAF. I also like to use the X-T2 for street photography. For other photography I like to use a DSLR (other brand than Fujifilm).

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I've recently returned to using cameras with the 16MP X-Trans II sensor, as I find it easier to make rich black and white conversions (using SilverEfex or Alien Skin) with that generation than the 24MP X-Trans III generation. Are there others who find the same? If so, how does the latest sensor in the X-T3 compare?

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Purchased an X-Pro2 Graphite with the 23 mm lens, then bought a mint condition used 18mm earlier this year.  We are going on a big trip next year, so I'm considering another lens to also bring on the trip.  (Maybe 55-140 or 55-200 or 16-55?  It's hard to decide). But I'm very happy with the X-Pro2 and the lenses I have so far.

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I have owned X-E1, X-E2, X-E3, X-T1, X-T10, X100S, X-100T  - no longer own any of them.

I bought an X-H1, but returned it because it just didn't "feel right" and maybe just didn't "look right" either.

Now own X-100F, X-T2 and (a wonderful!) X-T3 and I couldn't be happier



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Have (1) X-T1 and (1) X-T2..  Always use X-T2 and hang on to the X-T1 in case I have a need for backup and because the market price for the X-T1 isn't enough to justify giving it away. It's just to good of a camera for that. Thinking about X-T3 but waiting on a couple of friends who have them and want to see if there is enough difference to justify buying one. 

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 Still have an X10 X20 and X30 

as well as an XE2 with 18-55 and 50 -230


I use the X30 rather more than the XE2 as it if far easier to carry and in a majority of situations is absolutely "Good enough"

The X10 is interesting in that it has a very different sensor. and the X20 completes the set.

I would have liked to have seen Fuji progress to an X40.

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