Betty LaRue Posted September 2, 2018 Share Posted September 2, 2018 13 hours ago, Inchiquin said: That's interesting Betty, because that's exactly what I did NOT see during the brief period when I had an X-T1, and was one of the main reasons why I didn't keep it. I believe you now have the X-T2 - is that correct? In which case perhaps I might be able to start looking at Fuji as a possible DSLR replacement again. Alan The WYSIWYG feature is on the X-T1. I will state this. For me, the change from Nikon to the X-T1 was hard. I’m not very technical, and there is a learning curve. That’s probably what you experienced. I kind of had 2 weeks of hell until I realized the camera wasn’t a canine, but a feline. Different animals. With the help of the Fuji forum, (much like the helpful people here) I got a grasp of it. I stuck it out, and you didn’t, Alan. I’m very bullheaded that way, if it’s something I want bad enough. You’ve heard about the snapping turtle that bites and holds on until it thunders? That’s me. When one hears great reviews, sees lovely images, but you get c**p results, it’s usually user error. That was me in a nutshell. Once I grasped it, and began using all those handy knobs right at my fingertips, joy was put back into photography. It’s just a fun camera to shoot. And yes, I have the T-2 now. The beauty of these cameras is there is NO menu diving once you set all your perimeters. The only time I go to the menu is to reformat my card. That’s where Fuji has it over Sony. Ergonomics and handiness. Oh, and all those beautiful lenses. And I do have two slots, but only use one. I will be soon be posting some Great Horned Owl shots. I will be interested, Alan, in what you think of them. Very stupidly, I thought I’d packed my birding lens, the 100-400, but when I got to my nephew’s farm where the owls resided while raising a young one, I found I’d packed my 50-140 instead. I just had to get closer, risk the male giving me a cutting thump on the head, (he got my nephew twice) and make the best of it. Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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