How can I achieve razor sharp sports photos with X-T3?

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Kiwi Shutterbug Regular Member • Posts: 128
Re: How can I achieve razor sharp sports photos with X-T3?
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With due respect Jerry, if you read his full sentence he is merely stating his opinion "I just believe in the best tool for the job" which I fully agree with.

I don't think there's anything wrong with giving your own opinion and many people do that in this forum. Just this recent post, someone gives his opinion, do we need to apply the test of "fair amount of experience" with all other brands as well?

dpreview recommends Nikon as well for Action & Sports, re the staff who wrote this review below, does he have a "fair amount of experience" with all the 10 brands/systems?

https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/buying-guide-best-cameras-for-sports-and-action

Jerry-astro wrote:

KneeConWon wrote:

Btw I have nothing against Fuji cameras — I just purchased my first one! Waiting for it to arrive in the mail and looking forward to using it. I just believe in the best tool for the job. There's no place for emotion when it comes to that.

I would respectfully suggest that suggesting "the best tool for the job" requires sufficient experience and competency with both brands in order to make a fair comparison. As you know, the systems are very different, each with their own nuances and advantages. Any fair comparison will require a fair amount of experience with both systems.

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