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12-15-2020, 04:54 AM - 3 Likes   #2011
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QuoteOriginally posted by Benz3ne Quote
You're seconding the majority of reviews I've seen on Fuji equipment, right there.
Eyes are peeled for something along the lines of an X-E2...
P.s. Followed you on Flickr.
Many thanks. My Flickr has been lacking in inspiration the last couple of years with travel kyboshed for various reasons, personal or global.

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Its quite good,the S model is a similar price but slightly better,Xt1 or Xt10 are same generation but different formfactor.

The Xe3 is getting almost as cheap,its a big step up in capability.
The X-T1 and X-T10 are certainly bargains but an X-E3 or X-T20 will bring considerable upgrades without breaking the bank. Around here an X-T20 costs around €350-€400 in used but good condition, and X-E3s along those lines but harder to find.
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Many thanks. My Flickr has been lacking in inspiration the last couple of years with travel kyboshed for various reasons, personal or global.



The X-T1 and X-T10 are certainly bargains but an X-E3 or X-T20 will bring considerable upgrades without breaking the bank. Around here an X-T20 costs around €350-€400 in used but good condition, and X-E3s along those lines but harder to find.
X-e3, they say the viewfinder is small, and funky. but i have not tried it.

i love to throw water on you guys....
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Many thanks. My Flickr has been lacking in inspiration the last couple of years with travel kyboshed for various reasons, personal or global.



The X-T1 and X-T10 are certainly bargains but an X-E3 or X-T20 will bring considerable upgrades without breaking the bank. Around here an X-T20 costs around €350-€400 in used but good condition, and X-E3s along those lines but harder to find.
I've seen a fair few X-E3's around the £330-350 bracket lately.
Considering I've seen X-E2 going for circa £170 I don't know whether the X-E3 is twice the camera...

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X-e1, GN nikkor 45/ 2.8

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X-e3, they say the viewfinder is small, and funky. but i have not tried it.

i love to throw water on you guys....
Beautiful shot.
And please, keeping dousing me... I should really reign in my spending!
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Beautiful shot.
And please, keeping dousing me... I should really reign in my spending!
Short of a lobotomy, there is no cure ....
Unless... are there Lens/Camera/ addiction psychotherapists ?
But , then , you can buy more cameras and lenses , with what you save on the therapy ...
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Considering I've seen X-E2 going for circa £170 I don't know whether the X-E3 is twice the camera...
Well, I own both and its X times the camera.

Stills are 24mp over 16 and considerably faster.Moving pictures are completely next generation.

Xe3 is probably the used bargain of Fuji cameras,right now.Possibly of all crop cameras(?).

The Xt2 has a better EVF and weathersealing and movable screen.

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nice!

how do you find the X-H1?
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X-H1 + XF 50/2
cool shot, good in black and white, I would like to shoot something like this..
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nice!

how do you find the X-H1?
Thx.

I have tremors in my hands so I needed the IBIS. That said, I still also like my x-e1 with the stabilized kit 18-55 lens. Only real issue I have with the x-h1 is the incredibly sensitive shutter button. I end up inadvertently taking several shots till I refamiliarize myself with the camera. And it’s only marginally smaller than the Pentax dslr’s. And battery life is short.

So, like everything, there’s good and bad. But the sooc jpeg’s make up for the bad...at least for my needs.
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Thx.

I have tremors in my hands so I needed the IBIS. That said, I still also like my x-e1 with the stabilized kit 18-55 lens. Only real issue I have with the x-h1 is the incredibly sensitive shutter button. I end up inadvertently taking several shots till I refamiliarize myself with the camera. And it’s only marginally smaller than the Pentax dslr’s. And battery life is short.

So, like everything, there’s good and bad. But the sooc jpeg’s make up for the bad...at least for my needs.


thank you - the X-H1 is on my short list...
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