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Yes, if the price is right.  It's still an excellent camera, with a great balance of good handling with light weight, plus a good evf and excellent image quality.

The second hand prices tend to low now the X-E3 has been out a while.

I have an X-T2 now, but still use my X-E2 with the smaller primes when I want to save weight.

 

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I love the X-E series.  I just upgraded to the X-E3 because I found the 80mm macro a tad slow with it.  If it weren't for the fact that I was buying the XF80 I probably wouldn't have upgraded.  It was fast enough for everyday activities... family, vacation, day outings etc.  Image quality is excellent up to ISO 3200 and quite usable to ISO 6400.  I definitely recommend it on a limited budget, prices are quite low right now (used).

I wish the X-E3 had maintained the same size of camera and viewfinder... sometimes it's just a little small.  It works well with the kit lens (XF18-55) and the XF55-200.  Makes for an amazing starter set.

 

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