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  1. Bart
    August 25, 2020 @ 11:38 pm

    Great work man, thanks for sharing. I just put a bid on a X-T10 🙂 I already have the X-T30 but I’m looking for a camera that I don’t have to be paranoid about if it ever gets stolen. A camera that can be a buddy that I take everywhere, without endangering the system that makes me money (I use the X-T30 professionally and I don’t understand why more people don’t do that). Warm regards and thanks again for sharing your story, work and enthousiasm. I highly appreciate it.

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  2. Mik
    September 13, 2020 @ 8:35 am

    Great article. Full of emotion, sentiment, and terrific images. A little gem of a Sunday morning in bed with a coffee read! Thanks for sharing Trevor. I’m considering moving fully over to Fuji too after recently buying an X70. Thanks for making my decision easier. Or harder?

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  3. Stephen Russell
    March 5, 2021 @ 6:52 pm

    Of all the digital cameras I’ve owned since 2005, it’s the X-T10 that I enjoyed using the most and found delivered the most keepers (often in black-and-white and with the not-so-popular XF 18/2). In fact, I was so pleased with the camera, I ordered a second, but the retailer sent me an X-T1 at no extra cost as the X-T10 was discontinued (I wasn’t unhappy!). As GAS has seen me add an X-H1, X-T20 and X-T3 since, my daughter now has the X-T10 with the XF 18-55. Yet none of the newer cameras has ever quite achieved the results I managed from the little X-T10. Fond memories. Congratulations on a nice article and set of photos.

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