My X-T20 came next working day.
did you select the £3.99 standard delivery or the more expensive express delivery.
they gave me 2 options
I've never seen delivery options. They've just been delivered either RMSD or DPD. I've certainly never deliberately selected anything more expensive than standard!
I got a 55-200 a couple of weeks ago, had free delivery and was delivered in 2 days, next day delivery option was £15 IIRC. Just looked at refurb site and 55-200 price gone up £50
Mine was free (over £50), standard and turned up next day
Thanks Nod, birthday in September
Hands size for me I`d say are small, but I can hold the 70D know problems at all. I have held both X-T2 & X-T20 in my hands and was all well, so I do think ( Know ) it will be the X-T2
Standard. Ordered Friday PM, came Monday PM.
If I never take another photo again I'll accept that now...
RIAT 2017 by Chris Harrison, on Flickr
*throws camera on the floor and hands in the air*
That's a beauty. If only that damn fighter was turned towards the camera a little more!
WOW ! What a cracking shot.
Something wrong with that photo though. I think it been photoshopped..
The B2 is supposed to be invisible.
That's pretty special right there
One more from me for now, just the 1500 to work through over the next week!
So, so impressed with the X-T2 & 100-400. Didn't put a foot wrong all day despite the challenging conditions.
RIAT 2017 by -Harry_S-
"Cracking" shot Sir, nuff said.
Very well done
Looks like his radiator's burst, all that steam!!!
Butbutbut the Fuji Xs aren't any good for aviation...
I'm finding Fuji is good for whatever I point it at
Anyone using the 23mm f2? If so, any thoughts (particularly on the softness "issue")? I'm missing my x100 and am really tempted to give this a go on the XT2 to recover the FL. I know I could use the 18-135, but there's something about the Fujis and prime lenses
I sold mine as I found I simply wasn't using it, but it was only soft when shooting subjects at VERY close range i.e. less than 12 inches. AF was very quick and near silent.
I bought one last month and apart from close range it's very good, don't suppose I'll use it much, but a nice small and lightweight lens to pop in the bag
I use it extensively, more so on the Pro2, and have noticed no issues with it. An excellent lens!
I agree 100%! The system (even the X-T2) does have a few limitations but IQ sure as hell isn't one of them. In fact, the only thing I have a slight niggle about with the system is the momentary VF blackout but that only niggles when panning.
You're not helping my GAS though
Just a simple candid street style shot taken of a couple of guys deep in conversation.
X-T1, 55-200mm Lens, 1/450th @ F5.6, ISO-200, Handheld.
It Was This Big-03039 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Apparently the rumoured XT2s will have IBIS ️
Had a talk today with my mum and it is now 100% I will be getting a Fuji X-T2 + 18-55mm, is it September yet
Very nice shot George
Thank you kindly Sir, I much appreciate you taking the time to reply.
Can't let that one go without congratulating you, perfect
That's a good result in my book Sir, you'll love that unit I'm sure.
Thanks George, I am really looking forward to joining in here with it too
Blimey, I take a few days off from the internet camping in a field and miss so much! Cracking shots people, keep up the good work!
Playing with the X-T20:
Fishing by the docks
Great shot. We couldn't go this year (had to cancel)and gave our tickets away. Best ever line-up as well.
Hopefully visit next year.
I was going to gift a family member some accessories for their newly acquired XT-20.
Can anyone recommend the following?
1) New strap
2) Leather case for the body
3) Small bag to carry XT-20 with 16-50 and a few future f2 primes.
4) Screen protector
5) Aftermarket battery
6) Camera wrist strap
Thank you for any help.
I've never had any issues with mine? I've got some close up pictures of my dogs which I took recently and they look good to me. I can't post the pictures in work as they're not on Flickr yet plus it's blocked in here. I'll do them tonight. I was about a foot away from them.
I mainly use this lens and the 50mm f/2. Both excellent IMO. Silent, light, fast AF, and great IQ.
1) I use relatively cheap narrow neoprene straps on my X series bodies, other than the X-T2 which usually has the heavier 100-400 fitted so gets an OpTech wide neoprene strap.
2) None! Ever ready type cases make the camera NEVER ready IME and only encase specific lenses when attached to the body.
3) Take the kit to be carried to a shop and try the cases for size before buying them from that shop - you'll have used their service so please reward them with your custom!
4) I don't bother with them and have yet to suffer a scratched screen.
6) On the rare occasions I use one, it's one that shares the attachment clips with the strap I usually use so I can unclip the neck strap and clip on the wrist one in its place.
For my X-T20 I'm using a Peak Design leash strap, Ex pro's as spares and a Lowepro Scout 140 (not an expensive bag).
I don't bother with ever ready case or screen protector.
I have the Peak Design wrist strap but find it is a bit short for my wrist (XL gloves). I see they are planning to produce a longer
one after complaints.
I do favour Screen protectors, they stop scratches and are invisible in use.
I make my own soft adjustable long leather straps as I tend to carry my cameras cross body.
I no longer favour every ready cases.
Small messenger style bags are useful and I have a growing collection of them. I choose the smallest one that will hold what I want to take with me that day.
If I am not sure, I also take a larger one to dump in the boot of the car.
I do not use wrist straps as I can use my neck tramp wound round my hand.
Spare batteries and spare SD cards are pretty much a necessity.
As are spare lens caps....
The only batteries I buy now are the ex pro white.
Every one has a collection of accessories in a draw, they once thought were vital,
but now never use.