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Fujifilm X-T2 For Landscape & Travel Photography
Old 08-27-2017   #1
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Fujifilm X-T2 For Landscape & Travel Photography

I've been using a Fujifilm X-T2 on my landscape & travel photography workshops for a few months and have posted a few thoughts about it on my website.

It's here , if of interest:

Fujifilm X-T2 for Landscape & Travel Photography
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Old 08-28-2017   #2
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I'm not a huge camera review type of person, but "Saksun Church, Faroe Islands April 2017" is a beautiful image.
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Wonderful images.
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Thanks for taking the time, it is appreciated!
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Phenomenal images! My brother just got this camera and I sent him to your site. Just gorgeous!
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Thank you. I hope your brother gets a lot of enjoyment from his X-T2. It's an amazing camera.
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Well these images did help me make the decision to get into the fuji digital world as I just got a used XT-1!
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I've been contemplating a switch from Fuji, (3 bodies and 10 lenses), to Sony just for the image quality. Your review has given me pause. And I do all editorial travel and social type work, so ultimate detail is not even important as it is in landscape including large prints. But not sure about the H1 yet? Big and still buggy.
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I've been contemplating a switch from Fuji, (3 bodies and 10 lenses), to Sony just for the image quality. Your review has given me pause. And I do all editorial/people work, so ultimate detail is not even important as it is in landscape. But not sure about the H1 yet? Big and still buggy.
How big do you print?
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Great work, I enjoyed the images and text. Thanks for sharing, Honcho.
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Beautiful images and excellent writing!

I would have liked to know more about image quality compared to the Nikon D810.

What size prints do you do with Nikon and Fuji?
Does post-processing take about the same amount of time?
Rendering of color and B&W (you mentioned Nikon's "acid yellows").

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