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Fujifilm X-T2 24.3MP Mirrorless Digital Camera w/ Accessory Kit EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Fujifilm X-T2 24.3MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with Accessory Kit for $799. Shipping is free. Thanks ioh

Note, the accessory kit includes a memory card, external battery charger, & camera bag.
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Fuji X-T2 Mirrorless camera (body only) with accessories is on sale for $799:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...amera.html

Also available at other major online retailers without the accessories:

Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-X...way&sr=8-4

Adorama:
https://www.adorama.com/ifjxt2.html NLA

Note: The Fuji X-T3 was recently released and is available for $1399 (body only). Also note, B&H has used X-T2's available for $515 to $599.
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Personally I think the Panasonic G85 or G9 are much better cameras. The G85 is about $680 right now on Amazon and $700 if you want to get it with the accessory package (just search Amazon for the link...it's good exercise! ;-)
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I'm planning a trip to Italy. Is this a good walk around camera? Which len(s) should I consider? Thanks!
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Is xt30 worth extra few bucks over xt20? Or xt20 with a good lens should i go for
If you take a lot of video, I have heard the XT30 is worth it since the face tracking is much snappier. If not, go for the XT20 and use your savings for a good lens.
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This is not a deal but normal price and get easily anywhere at this price.....
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This is not a deal but normal price and get easily anywhere at this price.....
I believe Fuji regulates what their authorized distributors can price the cameras at. This is why several vendors offer the same discounted price all at the same time. So yes, you can get this anywhere at the same price, but it's an authorized "sale" price.
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You're right on all points; however, for the more advanced user, I'd certainly advise the X-T2 over the X-T20. Having dedicated controls for Shutter, Aperture, AND ISO is a must for shooting on the go. I have the X-T100, the X-T20's baby brother; it's a great camera but a bit cumbersome when making adjustments on the fly. I picked up a used X-T2 last night since the price was back down to $599.
'a must for shooting on the go'...

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Not sure why I was downvoted.....but most photographers, who shoot in manual, wouldn't set ISO to Auto. Sure, I can set the ISO to the back dial on my X-T100 too; however, it doesn't beat having a dedicated dial with script on said dial. I like having the ability of knowing what my ISO is without having to access the LCD screen.

All I'm saying is, if you're even the slightest bit above amateur, you'll be much more comfortable with the X-T2.
many photographers who shoot in manual use the auto iso feature... depends upon what you're shooting. when I shoot events, that's usually the setting because I need to get the shot quickly and there's often changing lighting - so I set my shutter speed and usually leave that alone, auto iso, then change my aperture depending upon the effect I want. it's a useful feature.
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I have the a6000. Hated the digital feel of it. Is the xt2 worth the upgrade from IQ perspective?
what does 'digital feel' mean?

also, what do you use your camera for? how often? etc. no one can give an opinion without more context.
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The X-T20 is indeed small for some, I'm only 5'3 with small hands so it's perfect for me. Not sure about the X-T2, but I found adding a grip (Wepoto) makes the X-T20 much more comfortable to hold, especially with the large lenses like 18-135, perhaps I'm used to the super ergonomic D5500.

I shoot macro sometimes, and focus-bracketing is another feature that only available on X-T2 but not X-T20 :-(
Unfortunately, the XT100 doesn't have as many grip options as the XT20; one of the 100's many downfalls. Combined with the 90mm, it's a bit too front heavy for my liking, lol. Having said that, the reason I picked it up was the size/weight to cost ratio. In that respect, it's far exceeded it's value. Being able to put a high quality camera with a detachable lens (27mm pancake) in a winter jacket pocket is an amazing feature. Coming from the D7000, the reduced size/weight of the 100 clearly makes it the winner (I haven't used the D7000 in a year).
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many photographers who shoot in manual use the auto iso feature... depends upon what you're shooting. when I shoot events, that's usually the setting because I need to get the shot quickly and there's often changing lighting - so I set my shutter speed and usually leave that alone, auto iso, then change my aperture depending upon the effect I want. it's a useful feature.
True, when on a project, it's nice to have the auto iso feature. Especially at fast paced events. I'm merely stating that it's nice having an ISO wheel that clearly and quickly indicates the setting.
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True, when on a project, it's nice to have the auto iso feature. Especially at fast paced events. I'm merely stating that it's nice having an ISO wheel that clearly and quickly indicates the setting.
that is true!
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Same price on ebay through adorama for $799.99 and you get $100 eBay bucks back if you have the offer. Even at that price with the eBay bucks not sure if I should get one as a backup camera? I'm in the sony ecosystem but wouldn't mind trying fuji.
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You're right on all points; however, for the more advanced user, I'd certainly advise the X-T2 over the X-T20. Having dedicated controls for Shutter, Aperture, AND ISO is a must for shooting on the go. I have the X-T100, the X-T20's baby brother; it's a great camera but a bit cumbersome when making adjustments on the fly. I picked up a used X-T2 last night since the price was back down to $599.
There is shutter dial already, aperture can be adjusted from the ring in the lens itself and ISO can just be left on auto. You have an exposure dial which will also adjust ISO as well.
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This is an absolutely fantastic camera. Used it for 2 years for everything, including paid photography work. Fuji colors and controls are the best in the business.
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I'm planning a trip to Italy. Is this a good walk around camera? Which len(s) should I consider? Thanks!
The most versatile all-around lens for the Fuji system would be their XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens; and it's really reasonably priced at ~$350 considering the large F2.8 aperture (lets in lots of light). 18mm would enable you to take wide landscape photos, and the 55mm would be perfect for close-up portrait shots.
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