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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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Had the a6300 with a few lenses but ended up selling it a few months back. Picked up this X-T2 and the 18-55mm so really excited to get it in! I do a lot of street photography, is there a good prime that I can stick on there or will this 18-55 really be as good as everyone says it is? I was looking at the 35mm
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Terrible company
before u buying from them:
Just read their return policy
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I have this terrible desire to get a new Fuji camera every time one is discounted. I currently have a XE-1 and practically don't need an upgrade. The wise man advice is the best camera is the one you have at hand. Still this is tempting. Could someone please convince me I need to upgrade Smilie
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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.
Thank you for the information!
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Looks like this is the end of the X-T2 similiar pricing happened to the X-T1 before it disappeared.
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nobody knows greentoe?
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nobody knows greentoe?
Their Chance of Success meter seems to be messed up. It's not giving me more than 50%, even if I put in the full price.
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I have this terrible desire to get a new Fuji camera every time one is discounted. I currently have a XE-1 and practically don't need an upgrade. The wise man advice is the best camera is the one you have at hand. Still this is tempting. Could someone please convince me I need to upgrade Smilie
Faster focusing and 4k recording for video.
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How does this compare to the Panasonic G9? I'm leaning heavily towards the G9 mainly for the image stabilization and some of its features. But they cost around 2k for an accessories package. Frown Main use will be for family use, looking to get a camera that can last a long while without needing to upgrade. It will be used by a novice dad intent on learning photography/video. Smilie
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How does this compare to the Panasonic G9? I'm leaning heavily towards the G9 mainly for the image stabilization and some of its features. But they cost around 2k for an accessories package. Frown Main use will be for family use, looking to get a camera that can last a long while without needing to upgrade. It will be used by a novice dad intent on learning photography/video. Smilie
The G9 is a great camera too. My friend has one as well as a Fuji camera. He likes both. If you need in-body image stabilization, you could go for the Fuji XH1 or the G9. If you don't need IBIS, go for whichever is less expensive in your situation. In this case, that seems to be the XT2, which I have and find it to be a great camera. But, I don't use it for video at all.
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How does this compare to the Panasonic G9? I'm leaning heavily towards the G9 mainly for the image stabilization and some of its features. But they cost around 2k for an accessories package. Frown Main use will be for family use, looking to get a camera that can last a long while without needing to upgrade. It will be used by a novice dad intent on learning photography/video. Smilie
Look at the lenses you would want then decide. Fuji has a bit bigger sensor but IMO the Panasonic / Olympus lenses are better.
Olympus 75/1.8, 12-40/2.8
Panasonic 12-35/2.8, 35-100/2.8, 12-60/2.8-4
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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.
I'm aware; however, not all lenses have an aperture ring. And my point is, I prefer having an ISO dial, with clearly labeled ISO increments, available without having to read ISO from the viewfinder or LCD screen.
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Had the a6300 with a few lenses but ended up selling it a few months back. Picked up this X-T2 and the 18-55mm so really excited to get it in! I do a lot of street photography, is there a good prime that I can stick on there or will this 18-55 really be as good as everyone says it is? I was looking at the 35mm
I can't comment on the 18-55, nor the 35mm, but the 27mm pancake lens is amazing and discreet.
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Their Chance of Success meter seems to be messed up. It's not giving me more than 50%, even if I put in the full price.
i tried them since many people mentioned them here but it was not good for me. It took them forever to get back to me with an offer and offer was not that great, maybe 12% off.

I ended up getting slightly used XT2 from Ebay from a pro who used it as a backup camera and ended up paying $600 for it. And it was one of these days, when ebay would give 10% cashback.

I would jump on this deal - it is a great price for a great camera. I love it.

XT3 is nice but to me it was not worth $600 extra. I spent this money on another lens and some extras.
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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.
I was torn between XT2, XT3, XT30 and a6400/a6500.

XT30 was out because it was too small for me to hold, really awkward even. And once I saw EVF on XT3, it was an easy choice for me. It is like freaking large screen HDTV in front of your eyes. Very similar to Sony a7iii EVF.

XT3 is just too expensive for me right now and I wanted to get another lens and other stuff that adds up quickly (extra batteries, aftermarket strap, tempered screen glass, cleaning kit etc.)

Speaking of straps, I got PeakDesign Lite initially because of all the hype and it went back to them the same day. I did not care about it at all - it was so bulky and heavy and connectors are a size of my mouse Smilie

Got UpStrap F strap instead and it is awesome. They do not market themselves much and I heard about them from pros. Strap is really tiny but very comfortable and compliments XT2 quite well
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