Looking for advice on a camera

Discussion in 'Mirrorless Cameras' started by Byrnew, Jun 8, 2019.

  1. dck22

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    The Fujis are hard to beat. I shoot an X-Pro2 and an X-T2. I agree that if you don't need the latest, you would be well served with an X-T2.


     
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    I have s 6300, good camera but the menu for settings is a disorganized mess.


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    Great photos mate...realy amazing :)
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Those photos are amazing
     
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    If your goal is landscape, I would say you'd be better served by an older camera with a full frame sensor and a high quality wide angle zoom lens.

    The larger sensor would get you larger dynamic range.

    If the size and weight of the camera body are a factor, I lean toward Olympus. Their style, feel, menus and preset modes are all great, as well as their optics.

    Did you say what your budget is?
     

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