Announced Jul 7, 2016 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, Currently have a Canon 6D system and I'm thinking of switching for a number of reasons. I love the look and handling of the X-T2 when trying it out in stores so decided to pick one up to see if it can do what I want. I primarily shoot picture of my kids and mainly the sports they are involved in. Primarily this is Indoor Ice Skating rinks. I currently use a 135 f2 and 70-300 L on my Canon system; usually 1/500, wide open in Auto ISO. For the most part I'm pretty satisfied with this lens...
Just curious about boost mode between the two cameras. Isn't the EVF on the X-H1 always at 100fps or is only at that during Boost mode like on the X-T2? I've been told it can help with the AF performance, EVF and frame rate. But I can't find any exact details in the X-H1 manual as to what it actually does for the EVF frame rate.
Hi everyone,I have read most of the reviews/threads on here regarding the 70D/6Dmii/5D's and upgrading. Also watched nearly all the youtube videos and reviews of all of the above.(About: I have had the 70D for a few years it's my second Canon DSLR. I don't get paid and shoot a variety from landscapes to showjumping. I have cash saved up but only have the 50 1.8, 55-250 and the Sigma 17-55 2.8 being my most expensive crop lens. I understand what is needed for sports and so on and I track the...
By: SydneyOho (3 days ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha Full Frame E-mount Talk
Questions to those very familiar with the A7Riii and/or A7iii : In AF-C and single shot release mode - when using AF-ON for focus (AF decoupled from shutter release) and focussed on a stationary subject, does the camera 'hunt' for focus between shots while AF-ON is being kept depressed? I've noticed that on a Fuji X-T2 it tends to hunt a tiny bit from shot to shot (even if there is no movement of the subject), often resulting is slightly soft images. It appears that in continuous (CH or CL)...
I just borrowed a X-T2 from my friend for shooting video in an event. The event will last for few hours and I am afraid even the vertical grip itself will not last long enough for shooting 4K for the entire event. There will be an electric plug at my shooting position and I notice that there is an DC IN for the vertical grip. Can I plug in the DC IN for direct electricity, rather than using the batteries??? Thanks for the answers.
By: James A. (1 week ago)
For dark environments where you use a flash, is there anyway to see the scene better? Right now, if I have my X-H1 attached to a flash in manual mode the scene in the EVF looks dark. When I focus, the EVF will then brighten up to allow me to see the scene but its only for a split second. Obviously this is not an issue with not using a flash as the EVF will show the proper exposure.
Hello I just found my old 35mm Pentax P3 camera (late 80s) and equally old Sigma 70-210mm 1,4-5,6 and 35-70mm lenses. Any chances adapters exist for these old lenses for the Fuji XT-2 (or E-2)? I only read about adapters but have no idea how they work or what is out there for Fuji X-mount cameras. Thank you, Mireille --Mireille
By: fishix (1 week ago)
During my test of my L-bracket in a portrait mode with remote cable plugged in on a tripod, the connector cover came off. I might have tried to open it too wide. Anyways, the metal rod that acts as a hinge is too stiff and too long to be easliy pushed in. Any ideas on how to put the door back in? Thanks!
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