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  1. Albert Smith
    November 4, 2020 @ 2:20 am

    I too came to Fujifilm cameras after years with Nikon and Leica film cameras. My Leica M6 was my go-to every day carry camera when my Nikon F3s would be too large and heavy.

    After switching to digital, I missed the simplicity of the Leica M… just aperture, shutter and focus. No 300 page manual or ten levels of menus to go through. The Fujifilm cameras, while not exactly that simple, were just as nimble in the field after the initial set up.

    I keep my M6 on a shelf to remember the dozens of countries we have explored, but my X-pro2 now serves my needs to satisfy my Leica appetite. I even adapted my 90mm Elmarit M to the Fuji rather than buy Fuji’s 90mm. A 14 dollar adapter allows me to keep that 1200 dollar lens from collecting dust.

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  2. Kenneth N Petersen
    November 5, 2020 @ 10:32 am

    So nice to read this. A man as happy as I am for the XT2. This piece of camera brings me such Joy. A XT100 is tempting, but newer XT cameras not so much.

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  3. Philippe Debeerst
    November 5, 2020 @ 4:43 pm

    Have a look at my website, and perhaps we might talk…

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  4. Michał
    November 8, 2020 @ 11:33 am

    I really dig the colors in your Fuji photos. Could you say what your settings/process is for that?

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  5. Jeff Hudson
    January 23, 2021 @ 11:47 am

    I upgraded from an X-E1 to an X-T2 two years ago when Amazon was selling them for half off the original price. I love the X-T2 and have no desire to upgrade to the newer versions, too. I feel like it’s the last camera I’ll ever need to buy. If I get the urge to buy I’ll get more glass.

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