Fuji X-E3: Your Experience?

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  1. cgw

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    Looking for a lightweight Fuji ILC to cut bulk for street/travel shooting. Curious about the touch screen and viewfinder eye relief. Seems an inexpensive way to get a 24mp Fuji sensor/processor. Opinions? Thanks!


     
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    I have only had my X-E3 for a couple of weeks, but it is a very good camera from Fuji. No flip screen but not fussed and I got mine with the XF23mm f2, I have used it a few times so far and am very happy with the output and great IQ it put out.
     
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    Thanks, Dave. Keep us posted on how you two get along. I have the Fujicrons, including the 16/2.8, and wanted something smaller than an XT-size body. But then those X-H1 packages just keep getting cheaper...
     
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    Just waiting in for the delivery of my XF50mm f2 today, now I am feeling better I will be using the X-E3 and one of my f2s to shoot a jazz gig this Sunday I hope so will let you know.
     
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    Think you’ll enjoy the 50/2. The 75mm equivalent might seem a bit odd but it’s remarkably useful. A good short portrait lens and handy for “across-the-street”shots.
     
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    I use to have the XF50mm f2 with the XF56mm f1.2 and the XF50-140mm but got rid of them. As soon as I did I thought the only lens I missed was the 50mm so got it back, delivered about an hour ago so I have all the focal length lenses I need now in my signature.
     

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