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

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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

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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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.
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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.
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Its little brother, the X-T20, is also $599, or $899 with the excellent and petite XF18-55. The saving is more with X-T2, but if you don't need Weather Resistant and a slightly bigger EVF, ...
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Its little brother, the X-T20, is also $599, or $899 with the excellent and petite XF18-55. The saving is more with X-T2, but if you don't need Weather Resistant and a slightly bigger EVF, ...
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.
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Get xt3 you won't regret
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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.
Most shooters I know set ISO to Auto (with three profiles), or you can also set ISO to the rear dial on the X-T20 if wanted. The X-T100 is quite different though, due to its Bayer sensor and slow processing power, mostly OK for people who shoot still only that doesn't require fast AF.
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Most shooters I know set ISO to Auto (with three profiles), or you can also set ISO to the rear dial on the X-T20 if wanted. The X-T100 is quite different though, due to its Bayer sensor and slow processing power, mostly OK for people who shoot still only that doesn't require fast AF.
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.
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Looks like this is the normal price now.

They'll eventually bundle this with the 35mm f2 for $800, the same way they did with the XT1.
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Its little brother, the X-T20, is also $599, or $899 with the excellent and petite XF18-55. The saving is more with X-T2, but if you don't need Weather Resistant and a slightly bigger EVF, ...
Where did you got the 899 bundle?
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Where did you got the 899 bundle?
Search on Adorama or B&H
https://www.adorama.com/ifjxt20bk1.html
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...amera.html
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Looks like this is the normal price now.

They'll eventually bundle this with the 35mm f2 for $800, the same way they did with the XT1.
I've been watching these prices religiously. This is the lowest it's ever been with the camels listing average price of $1,400. Prices have fluctuated the last several months. Up until a day ago, the Xt2 was selling for about $1,100. A few weeks ago, it was $800+. A few months ago, it was $1,100. If, like me, you've wanted the camera for the last 6 months, I'd buy now. Sure, in a few more months, it can go down; but I needed it for the summer shooting season.


Note: I pulled the trigger on the 9+ used version at B&H for $599. They have a used 18-55 bundle at $850.
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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.
The X-T2/T20 are ISO-invariant, so it really doesn't matter which ISO it's set too. The gain doesn't kick in until ISO 800, basically I just need to keep ISO either in 200-640, or 800 and above. Since exposure depends only on aperture and SS, AutoISO actually is a nice indicator so that I can adjust A or SS according to my tolerance.

I'm not sure who'd downvote your previous post, perhaps another X-T20 user? :-)
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I've been watching these prices religiously. This is the lowest it's ever been with the camels listing average price of $1,400. Prices have fluctuated the last several months. Up until a day ago, the Xt2 was selling for about $1,100.
$1,400? You're probably confusing this with the XT3.

The XT2 has been $885 for a while now and now dropped to $800, and like I said will probably be the regular price from now on.
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Forever trying to decide between cameras. Trying to decide between the xt3 or the a6500 and whatever the next version of that will be.

This looks like a great price for the xt2 though. Especially compared to the a6500 which I think came out around the same time.
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Adorama on eBay has the X-T2/18-55 kit for $1099 - $35 coupon PDEALS4U = $1064, plus if you got the targeted offer, $100 eBay Bucks checking out with the eBay app.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fujifilm...2209110336
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