Thoughts, then actions. Quite pleased with the Fujifilm X-T2 so far.
Here are my initial comparisons to the old Canon 5D Mark II:
Amazingly easy to use and crisp results – such an advantage. Autofocus is extremely helpful.
Really useful, sufficient for many pictures especially fast street photography.
By far less time to shoot than the Canon. Maybe because there is always a display on (auto-turn off after 2mins selected)? Also the battery has less capacity (1200mAh vs. 1800mAh in the LP-E6).
Initially I thought the lens was not recognized correctly, however the correction profile is already included in the RAW-File – nice:
So I don’t have to manually click on EnableProfile Corrections.
The Tether Shoot Plugin for Fujifilm cameras costs 29$.
Otherwise tethering does not work with Lightroom:
Tried the new Fujifilm RAW Studio, it has a nice feature: the camera converts RAW to jpg while attached via USB, so computer does not calculate and it’s quite fast. Despite that I saw nothing of interest to me. So if you are planning to mass-convert images, go for it.
I updated the provided firmware to current versions: