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Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Digital Camera, Body Only $439, w/ 16-50mm Lens $539 after coupon + Free S/H

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Not sure why this one is not posted. If I am not getting it wrong, this is the best price yet.

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Body Only $499:
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With 16-50mm lens $599:
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Or you may want to buy in kit which includes a Fujifilm camera bag, a metal hand grip, a SD card, and Peak Design Wrist Strap:
Body Only $522: https://www.adorama.com/ifjxt20bg...yID=240617
W/ 16-50mm lens $622: https://www.adorama.com/ifjxt20bk...yID=240617

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Body Only $439:
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With 16-50mm lens $539:
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Or you may want to buy in kit which includes a Fujifilm camera bag, a metal hand grip, a SD card, and Peak Design Wrist Strap:
Body Only $462: https://www.rakuten.com/shop/ador...IFJXT20BG/
W/ 16-50mm lens $562: https://www.rakuten.com/shop/ador...JXT20BK2G/
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Been looking to get a smaller daily. Been looking at fuji and Sony mostly. Any recommendations? I thought about getting an xt2 or a6000. Really just looking to do photos, no videos, and most likely using 35mm or 50mm
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Been looking to get a smaller daily. Been looking at fuji and Sony mostly. Any recommendations? I thought about getting an xt2 or a6000. Really just looking to do photos, no videos, and most likely using 35mm or 50mm
X-t20 would be perfect for you, I really enjoy the camera, it's the right size for me to not worry about throwing it in my bag
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X-t20 would be perfect for you, I really enjoy the camera, it's the right size for me to not worry about throwing it in my bag
What lenses do you use? How is it in low light?
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Been looking to get a smaller daily. Been looking at fuji and Sony mostly. Any recommendations? I thought about getting an xt2 or a6000. Really just looking to do photos, no videos, and most likely using 35mm or 50mm
X-T20 will be great. And the value with this price is unbeatable. I am getting it as my B cam for traveling light without need of slow motion video.
X-T2 seems should be in a higher category than a6000. And I think X-T2 has just discountinued? In this range I think X-H1 could be great but it is also just discountinued so you may want to check somewhere you can buy it new or look for used ones.
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What lenses do you use? How is it in low light?
I bought it with the 16-50 but immediately picked up the 35mmf2 which is pretty much glued to it at all times. I haven't done a ton in low light but it's been good when I needed it. What I really love about it is the in-camera film simulations for jpeg processing. I don't have time to take photos into Lightroom anymore, I use the film simulations and custom profiles to get some really nice jpegs straight out of the camera
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I bought it with the 16-50 but immediately picked up the 35mmf2 which is pretty much glued to it at all times. I haven't done a ton in low light but it's been good when I needed it. What I really love about it is the in-camera film simulations for jpeg processing. I don't have time to take photos into Lightroom anymore, I use the film simulations and custom profiles to get some really nice jpegs straight out of the camera
Can you go into a little more detail about the simulation thing
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Can you go into a little more detail about the simulation thing
There's a JPEG processing engine in the camera that replicated some of fujifilms most famous and popular film (like real, old school film) looks.

Some reading that helps describe it better than I can:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/expl...tion-modes

I use a lot of the presets here:
https://www.f16.click/tips/fujifi...s.html/amp
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Adorama seems to charge no tax but there is tax at Rakuten.
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There's a JPEG processing engine in the camera that replicated some of fujifilms most famous and popular film (like real, old school film) looks.

Some reading that helps describe it better than I can:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/expl...tion-modes [bhphotovideo.com]

I use a lot of the presets here:
https://www.f16.click/tips/fujifi...s.html/amp [f16.click]
Interesting. Does the simulation create multiples of the same image? As in, does it create multiple copies of the same image? Or is it simply a different version of the same image with the presets applied? I ask this as a storage concern, if you have 7 presets, 7 copies of the same image add up quick
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Interesting. Does the simulation create multiples of the same image? As in, does it create multiple copies of the same image? Or is it simply a different version of the same image with the presets applied? I ask this as a storage concern, if you have 7 presets, 7 copies of the same image add up quick
You pick an "active" preset/setting, as if you had that film loaded in the camera. I shoot Raw+Jpeg, so I have the raw file and then a jpeg that has the preset applied. If you have the raw, you can always run it through another preset/simulation. So for example i shoot a lot in the black and white presets. So I have a b+w JPEG, and the full color raw, which I can then go process a color JPEG from later on.
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Interesting. Does the simulation create multiples of the same image? As in, does it create multiple copies of the same image? Or is it simply a different version of the same image with the presets applied? I ask this as a storage concern, if you have 7 presets, 7 copies of the same image add up quick
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You pick an "active" preset/setting, as if you had that film loaded in the camera. I shoot Raw+Jpeg, so I have the raw file and then a jpeg that has the preset applied. If you have the raw, you can always run it through another preset/simulation. So for example i shoot a lot in the black and white presets. So I have a b+w JPEG, and the full color raw, which I can then go process a color JPEG from later on.
Just add one thing, you can also use film simulation bracketing function, which produces 3 jpeg files with the presets of your choice for each photo taken in camera.
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Adorama seems to charge no tax but there is tax at Rakuten.
I am in FL and I don't have tax on both sites.
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Just add one thing, you can also use film simulation bracketing function, which produces 3 jpeg files with the presets of your choice for each photo taken in camera.
Right, I always forget about that because I don't often use it, since my saved presets have other adjustments to them besides the film simulation (like noise reduction, contrast, etc)
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Been looking to get a smaller daily. Been looking at fuji and Sony mostly. Any recommendations? I thought about getting an xt2 or a6000. Really just looking to do photos, no videos, and most likely using 35mm or 50mm
Definitely this over the A6000. I love mine and upgraded from the Sony mirrorless ecosystem.
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