07 Jul 8000+ frames ~ Fuji X-T2 review
Source: Pro Photo Nut
Fuji X-T2 review by Damien Lovegrove: Now, I’m not a photographer who is particularly demanding on my cameras. I don’t need 14 frames a second, one frame a second will do me nicely. However, I do need accurate autofocus because my eyesight is not what it used to be. I crave easy access to ISO, shutter speed and aperture settings plus I like to see what I’m taking before I press the button. I’m going to be asked this question a lot “Is it worth replacing a perfectly good X-T1 with this new X-T2 camera, bristling with features that I’m probably not going to use? The answer is yes, and in this Fuji X-T2 review I give you my reasons why…
Knobs The knobs and their locking mechanisms on the Fuji X-T2 camera are superbly designed and made. The knobs can be locked or unlocked in any position and the little white indicator shows at a glance if the dial is locked or not. This is a really big deal for the way I work and here is the reason why. When I was shooting with my XT1 cameras with my eye to the viewfinder I often found myself changing the Drive dial setting by accident when I changed the ISO. I change the ISO a lot because I often
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