18 Nov I Adventured Across Asia With The X-T2, But Does It Still Hold Its Own In 2020?
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The X-T2 wasn’t my first Fujifilm, but it was the camera that gave me the confidence to switch from full frame almost 3 years ago, and it has been my everyday carry ever since. Over the last eight months, we have been travelling across Asia, by train, boat, bus and motorcycle. So naturally after 7 countries, 3 rainy seasons, a handful of islands, a few volcanoes, a couple rainforests, 10,000+ photos, and 270 something days with no strap, clutched tightly in my antibacterial saturated hands, I’d say that the X-T2 has been more or less field tested. So how did it hold up? I don’t think I treat my gear badly. I have never dropped a camera, I don’t throw it into bags, or sling it over a shoulder to bounce off of unseen obstacles in my periphery. My X-T2 was the most expensive thing that I brought travelling, so I was pretty intent on taking good care of it, but as it continues to do: life made plans of its own. Melodrama aside, the biggest hits the X-T2 took were superficial. Some scuffs, screen protector cracks, and a lot of patina. No cataclysmic losses, or any game-changing failures at […]
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