X-H2 is just as Fuji as an X-T5!

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Bisonbison
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X-H2 is just as Fuji as an X-T5!
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There are so many comments about the X-H2/s not being a Fuji or not Fuji enough because it’s - too big, doesn’t have MCS, has a PASM, doesn’t have a dedicated exposure compensation, being too focused on video and many more reasons given by each of these disgruntled commenters’ individual preferences not being exactly met.
To all the Fuji users who are bemoaning the company finally showing some love to those who prefer the ergonomics of the X-H line…. Please be patient. You all have been shown so much love by Fuji for the past 10 years, give those who have a different use case a chance to join in on the fun too.
All we’ve see are rumors and these rumors are only about the X-H line. This doesn’t mean Fuji is going to stop producing their other lines. Of all the manufacturers they are the only ones who have something for everyone’s preferences with X-Pro, X-E, X-T and X-H lines. Each body type will fill its own niche.

With regards to the latest rumor about the lack of an MCS switch: If the X-H2s with its stacked sensor along with the 150-600mm are focused on bird and wildlife photographers, I think many if not most will be using back-button focus. This will make a manual MCS knob quite redundant. For that use case it’s much preferable to have a function button that can be user customized to a different function.
I am tired of seeing ‘This is not Fuji’ - It IS! It’s just not the Fuji for you. But you know what? Look at the silver lining… The Fuji for you will be next in line.

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