Is it possible to return/replace X-T3 after this?

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OP bobotoka New Member • Posts: 6
Re: The Peak Design could be your problem
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Canadianguy wrote:

bobotoka wrote:

Marco Cinnirella wrote:

bobotoka wrote:

Have 3 posts only because from time to time I like to read what people are discussing and didn't have any problem by now. I'd rather go out and shoot with my camera then posting something on forums.

Reading all comments it looks like everyone think that I wasn't careful with the camera and I expected that. I was only comparing it to my old Canon which handled more "beating and abusing" during years and I didn't have any problems.

I know how I was handling the camera so for and for me it's not normal that camera like Fuji X-T3 can easily get scratched.

And probably because of the responses like yours I wan't be making any posts in future.

Cheers

The post asking if you used a black rapid type strap seemed worthy of a response? DId you ?

I didn't use black rapid strap. I had Peak Design hand leash on it but I removed that now. Bought leather case just to prevent future scratches, but I think in near future I will buy battery grip since I am shooting time lapse more often now. Hope this all will prevent it from further scratches.

The Peak Design could be the problem here - did you see this review and the comments from users?

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/new-gear-impressions-peak-design-leash-cuff-shoulder-wrist-strap

Yes I saw it and also thought that could be a problem... But I only had that small attachment part on camera in my backpack, didn't have a whole strap so I am not 100% sure. Either way, I didn't think/expect that Fuji X-T3 could scratch so easily because I didn't have problem with my previous camera. Probably for future Fuji X-T3 owners is better to buy black model.

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