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05 Sep Wildlife Photography with the FujiFilm X-T2 | Timothy Griesel

Now as some of you may be aware, I am a Canon Shooter and have been for a number of years but with the release of the FujiFilm X-T2 as well as the much anticipated Fujinon XF 100-400mm, FujiFilm have sparked my interest. And last week I was lucky enough to take both the body and the lens for a test drive. Now what do I think of the Fuji? Positives: SIZE. The size of the FujiFilm is incredible. The small size makes the camera appealing especially when travelling as your equipment takes up half the amount of space of conventional DSLR kit. PORTABILITY. Now I am not one to generally worry about my personal appearance and image so the smaller size of the FujiFilm didn’t bother me. When I walked into a bird hide and matched myself against the much bigger and more “impressive” looking Canon and Nikon Kit I noticed something that they couldn’t do, which i managed with ease, and this was to access tighter angles and spaces that would have simply been impossible with larger kit…..