23 Mar Fujifilm X-T2 Overview
First off, this isn’t really a review, it’s more an overview of how I feel about the camera after using it since it arrived in November. After about 5 months I feel I’ve got to know the camera pretty well, but like my blogs about the X-T1 and X-T10 when I first switched to Fuji this is in no way meant to be a technical review or a full look at every one of it’s features. There are plenty of those already on the internet, DPreview has probably the best in depth technical review of the camera and all it’s features. Instead I’ll focus on the improvements over the X-T2 that I’ve found particularly useful for landscape and travel photography.
A little background to start: It’s been about a year an a half since my switch from Nikon to Fuji, and over those 18 months I’ve been constantly impressed by pretty much everything about the Fuji X System and Fujifilms approach to their cameras and lenses. I’ve written extensively about why I switched and my experiences with the X-T1 and X-T10 as landscape and travel cameras, but it’s worth noting that even back then in the middle of 2015 when I first decided to change, I had one eye on the future and what I thought the X-T2 would be like. At the time the 16mp sensor that Fuji had been using since the X-Pro 1 and X100 was ready to be upgraded, but I didn’t really expect Fuji….