Fuji X-T2 Images, taken today

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    Very nice, add that to my want but don't need list. Fuji glass seems to have a film look but maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me.
     
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    I have one on pre-order. Same sensor as the XP2.
     
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    the old film look
    hope you got to keep the camera in that swag bag
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    Didn't like it much to be honest. Just an XPro 2 that's nicer to hold.
     
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    Have you ever used the XT1? If so, did you notice any big improvements? Autofocus, battery life, start up and any general overall speed improvements? Thanks.
     
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    Battery is still shocking. Focus definitely faster. The biggest thing I noticed was the view finder. It's really nice and no delay. Good improvement over the X-T1 but if you had an X-Pro 2 I wouldn't bother. Unless you were going to sell it for a nicer body :p
     
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    For me, the biggest differences between the XP2 and the XT2 will be the viewfinders. For what I shoot and how I shoot, the much larger EVF of the XT2 trumps the optical viewfinder/smaller EVF of the XP2.

    I have the XT1, XP1 and XP2. For me, the XT1 handles quicker than the better looking but less quick handling XP2.
     
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