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  1. There's a lot I like about it. And quite a bit I'm disappointed with. I like the viewfinder - biggest and brightest I've ever seen. However (and I don't know whether this applies to all electronic viewfinders) I don't like the fact that it's very contrasty and adjusts the sensitivity as you move the camera around the scene, which makes it more difficult to assess how the scene as a whole will look. I like the size and weight. I don't have large hands so it's very easy to operate and feels just right. I can't remember the sizes of some of my earlier SLRs but I guess the X-T1 is not far
  2. It's getting closer... I think what I need to persuade me to ditch my 5D2 are the following: 1. Better low-light performance. Ideally I would like to be able to shoot at 1600 ISO with the same noise levels as I get at 400 with the 5D2. 2. A good replacement for the 24-105 which takes about 95% of my shots. 3. A replacement for my lovely little Sigma fisheye. I think as far as (2) is concerned the 18-135 would just about do the job. The extra couple of mm at the wider end would be useful but I doubt if it would be a serious drawback, and on the plus side, the longer range wo
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