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Probably a close-out special price because of the X-E3.

The 18-55mm OIS kit zoom lens is well reviewed, faster than many kit zoom lenses at f2.8-4 and I believe regularly retails at $699.

Maybe if you just need the lens, get this combo kit and sell the body.

https://www.adorama.com/ifjxe2sbk...8qEALw_wcB
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I've owned the X-e2, X-t10 and now the X-t20. The autofocus is slow on the X-e2 and X-t10 and painfully slow in low light like a dark restaurant. It is much slower than a entry DSLR like a canon t4i which I've also owned.

The x-t20 autofocus is much better. I would recommend spending the extra money for the x-t20.

The 18-55 lens is great and much better than the 16-50 lens.
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Did you update the firmware on the xe2?

The last update brought it up to xe2s spec which is much better. And issues I had with autofocus were lens based--and fuji does have some dud lenses from an autofocus perspective.
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Assume body doesn't have OIS?
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It has been this same price for a couple of months now. I bought it around the end of December. I'm pretty happy with the camera and lens. I'm just a rank amateur though, so I don't have anything to compare it to. This is my first "real" camera.

This is still a good deal though and I'd recommend it.
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Assume body doesn't have OIS?
Correct. The body itself does not have OIS, but the lens does.
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Assume body doesn't have OIS?
It does not but this lens does. Fuji x cameras are awesome IMO. Fantastic colors in with some of the "film modes" and usable pictures up to iso6400. Fuji lens line up is one of the best out there
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The price $679 is there for months. x-t10+18-55 was $599 before sold out
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I've owned the X-e2, X-t10 and now the X-t20. The autofocus is slow on the X-e2 and X-t10 and painfully slow in low light like a dark restaurant. It is much slower than a entry DSLR like a canon t4i which I've also owned.

The x-t20 autofocus is much better. I would recommend spending the extra money for the x-t20.

The 18-55 lens is great and much better than the 16-50 lens.
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I've owned the X-e2, X-t10 and now the X-t20. The autofocus is slow on the X-e2 and X-t10 and painfully slow in low light like a dark restaurant. It is much slower than a entry DSLR like a canon t4i which I've also owned.

The x-t20 autofocus is much better. I would recommend spending the extra money for the x-t20.

The 18-55 lens is great and much better than the 16-50 lens.
Did you update the firmware on the xe2?

The last update brought it up to xe2s spec which is much better. And issues I had with autofocus were lens based--and fuji does have some dud lenses from an autofocus perspective.
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Did you update the firmware on the xe2?

The last update brought it up to xe2s spec which is much better. And issues I had with autofocus were lens based--and fuji does have some dud lenses from an autofocus perspective.
I currently own a Nikon d750. I'm looking a second camera that is light and compact. I was eyeing on x-e2s, but I've been hearing that the autofocus is not so great. Did the firmware update improve the autofocus dramatically? How does it compare to x-t1? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
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This camera or the fuji x100f
How big is this camera for travel if compared to the x100f?
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This camera or the fuji x100f
How big is this camera for travel if compared to the x100f?
Size comparison (but does not include the lens on x-e2s, you will have to add that in):
http://cameradecision.com/compare-size/Fujifilm-X-E2S-vs-Fujifilm-X100F
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I currently own a Nikon d750. I'm looking a second camera that is light and compact. I was eyeing on x-e2s, but I've been hearing that the autofocus is not so great. Did the firmware update improve the autofocus dramatically? How does it compare to x-t1? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Same as XT1 when both are on latest firmware, meaning not great especially compared to any DSLR. Depends on your subject, but I would hate to try to use it for sports.
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This camera or the fuji x100f
How big is this camera for travel if compared to the x100f?
Depends on lens as well. If you care most about size maybe consider the XT10 or XT20
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