I've been a Canon user ever since I started in photography.
In 2012, I upgraded to a full frame body. I bought the Canon 5D MK II. But it didn't help me to get out of the photography rut.
Bought another camera and this time it's a Fuji brand.
I just wanted a smaller camera that I thought can deliver the same performance as my 5D but in a smaller size. But I was wrong. I wasn't too happy with my Fuji XE-2.
The XE-2 is a great camera but not for the way I shoot. I felt that it was slow for my style of shooting.
I am a street photographer and I love taking candid moments. I missed a number of scenes because the camera takes longer to 'wake up'. And i have other reasons.
Anyway, I traded my XE-2 for a Fuji XT-20 and now I'm a satisfied Fuji user (let's see after a few months hahaha!)
I'm a happy camper! The XT-20 has everything I wanted in a camera (I think hahaha!):
- small and lightweight
- takes videos (has a 4K option)
- tilt screen
- looks like a simple camera. (People think I'm just a tourist taking random snapshots)
By the way, I use it with a Fujinon 23mm F2 WR.
Goodbye, Canon! ...for now. 😉