- Aug 27, 2013
- Miguel Tejada-Flores
Your longstanding policy - or strategy - sounds very reasonable to me. But, also, perhaps, a little too 'rational'. My own suggestion (and bear in mind that apart from my X-70, I haven't owned any other Fujifilm cameras, though I've certainly thought about and been tempted by quite a few, especially with their most recent models) would be as follows:Sticking with my longstanding policy of departing with two cameras for every new camera I bring in, here's is what I am considering - assuming the new cameras turn out to be what I am hoping for and I decide that I really can stand to give up some of the cameras that I currently own:
X-H1 and X-T3 for the X-T4. The X-Pro2 and X-E3 for the X-100V.
I'm not at all sure about this yet. I'm still not sure the 16-55mm f/2.8 will feel right on anything smaller than the X-H1. And the X-Pro2 vs. the X-100V? We'll see.
Keep the X-H1 (which such diverse and thoughtful photographers as both Mike Johnston of TOP - The Online Photographer - and Kirk Tuck - have both raved about) - then trade in the X-T2 and the X-Pro2 for....an X-Pro3!....AND ALSO treat yourself to an X100V!
That way you would have three briliant Fujis, each with an equal but slightly different 'focus'. That's what I would do if I were in your place
P.S. Of course, if and when the X-T4 arrives, you might have more decisions to make.