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  1. Fujifilm X-T2: Hands on Review | Fuji X files |...
    July 25, 2016 @ 2:16 pm

    […] This year was a good year for me. I was approached by Fujifilm Middle East to become an official Fuji-X-Photographer. Obviously I said “Hell to the yes!!!”. My first project was to test out and review the X-T2. I had read those early rumors online about full frame possibilities and different batteries and of course, having accumulated a ton of lenses and batteries I was a little worried.  […]

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  2. Thaís Tabosa
    July 25, 2016 @ 3:18 pm

    Sincerest and most useful review I’ve seen out there. Thanks, Waleed!

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  3. Fujifilm X-T2: Hands on Review | Fujifilm X Ser...
    July 25, 2016 @ 8:06 pm

    […] This year was a good year for me. I was approached by Fujifilm Middle East to become an official Fuji-X-Photographer. Obviously I said “Hell to the yes!!!”. My first project was to test out …  […]

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  4. Brendan Jack
    July 27, 2016 @ 2:59 pm

    Thanks, Waleed. Yuta-San & Mohammed at Fujifilm Middle East are just so helpful….like, really, really, great. I’ve had nothing but terrific support from them in addressing the few minor issues that I have had with my XT-1 & lenses, working against tight timeframes. And let’s not forget the great people at GPP here in Dubai who have worked year in & year out to raise the brand awareness of the amazing Fuji cameras. They brought out photogs such as Zack Arias, Dave Hobby, Bobbi Lane & Dave Nightingale to the annual GPP events & they have all now become advocates for Fuji cameras and helped put the products on the map, from the original X100 onwards. Consequently, these photographers have worked directly with Fujifilm in Japan on the design of the latest cameras & their input has resulted in some of the great new features we have seen make the cut on the XP2 & XT2. All of this via the GPP connection. By the way, for anyone out there who gets the chance, add attending an annual GPP event here in Dubai to your bucket list. It is the 10 day photographic equivalent of Woodstock, Rosskilde & Glastonbury all rolled up into one, with some of the best photogs in the world, across all genres, running workshops & seminars & all together in one place & accessible to all. (And no, I don’t work for GPP or Fuji….just a happy camper who has had terrific experiences with them both.)
    Congratulations, Waleed on some outstanding pix, especially the bottom two & on becoming an official X Photog. Mabrook! I’m looking forward to picking up an XT-2 when they hit the store shelves sometime in September.
    Cheers
    Brendan
    Dubai

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  5. Fujifilm X-T2: Hands on Review | Fujifilm | Sc...
    August 9, 2016 @ 4:16 am

    […] This year was a good year for me. I was approached by Fujifilm Middle East to become an official Fuji-X-Photographer. Obviously I said “Hell to the yes!!!”. My first project was to test out …  […]

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  6. Greg
    September 18, 2016 @ 12:57 am

    I think it’s 4K @30 FPS?

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  7. Chris Wellstead
    June 18, 2017 @ 12:32 pm

    Great info about the Fuji X system. Now do I switch or not?

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