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Considering getting an XE2
Old 12-26-2018   #1
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Considering getting an XE2

I have an X100 that l take most places and its cosmetically challenged to say the least, have an xe1 which has my 18/2 permanently attached and my x pro 1 has my 35/1.4 as its mate. I have just acquired an adapter ltm/ fuji and plan to shoot with my heritage glass, (Summar, Sumaron, Elmar etc), was considering getting an xe2 (have seen one at a great price as the platform for my heritage glass, or should l stick my 18/2 on the xe2 and use my old xe1 for the heritage glass, or is it just post Christmas GAS
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For your non fuji lenses, the X-E2 has better manual focus aids than the X-E1. And they are cheap... another cheap alternative is the X-T10.
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For your non fuji lenses, the X-E2 has better manual focus aids than the X-E1. And they are cheap... another cheap alternative is the X-T10.
agree with this route, too.
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Which has the better viewfinder (XE-2 vs X-T10)?

Just a heads up, make sure the internal battery (keeps the date/time clock moving) is working before the return window closes on you.

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