26 Nov Fuji X-T2 – Owners Guide
Source: Mostly Photos
I’ve owned my Fuji X-T2 since release in September and thought I’d share my thoughts on shooting with the X-T2 and accessories to consider to compliment the Fuji System.
Fuji X-T2 – The Cobb, Lyme Regis, UK
The Fuji X-T2 is nearly the perfect camera. It is comparitively light and compact and the technology that is squeezed into it’s tough, dust and weather sealed body is more than capable enough for 99% of photographers needs.
Fuji trade off of their film heritage and the Fuji Film Simulations are a stand out feature of their cameras. I have shot almost entirely in RAW format for 10 years but the Fuji System has inspired me to experiment with JPG (RAW+F mostly) the images that the X-T2 can produce straight from camera are top quality.
You got the Fuji X-T2 now you need to look at some ‘essentials’ to build out your system.
Fuji X-T2 Spare Batteries
One of the drawbacks with Mirrorless cameras (and their need for EVF) is that batteries don’t tend to last very long.
I have been caught out many times by suddenly dead batteries on my X-T1. Things seem to have improved on the X-T2 and at least the battery power reserve bar seems more accurate
Pick up some of Fujis new batteries Fuji NP-W126S or go to Amazon and pick up the far cheaper options
Fuji X-T2 Camera Bag
ONA Prince Street Leather Messenger
If there was ever a camera bag created that suits the Fuji Cameras better I have not found it.