Xt2 + Xp2
Old 11-25-2016   #1
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Xt2 + Xp2

For professional use, meaning with pressure on, do these two bodies work well in tandem? Can you switch back and forth pretty seamlessly or do the menus and form factors make it more difficult? Presently have an XT2, thinking about the next body, another XT2 or XP2? An XE2s is my backup.
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Old 11-26-2016   #2
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I choose to use two X-T1 bodes for gigs. With the "pressure on" I preferred to minimize any source of error. Those with cooler heads might prefer flexibility.
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Old 11-26-2016   #3
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I have the X-Pro 2 and am going to invest in the X-T2 next. Therefore I will have both. If I were you though, I would get two X-T2's especially if it relates to workflow.
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Old 11-28-2016   #4
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Yes, agree. I was using two XT-1 bodies for a couple of years and that worked well, so will do the same with XT-2 bodies. The XE2s will have to satisfy my rangefinder urge which is not work related.
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