From: Alfred Molon <>
Subject: Re: Addition to my Photo Kit.
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Subject: Re: Addition to my Photo Kit.
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Savageduck says...
> While I could remove the battery/booster grip for those walk-around moments 
> that is not the most convenient solution. I have been using my X-E2 as that 
> light weight, compact for those occasions, and as a spare body. Unfortunately 
> the X-E2 does not make an ideal pairing with the X-T2 as they have different 
> sensors, and CPUs. So I have just bought a new X-E3 with the 24MP X-Trans 
> III. It arrived on Wednesday, and I have been enjoying my new acquisition. It 
> is actually smaller and lighter than the X-E2. It makes the perfect 
> lightweight, second body companion to my X-T2. Paired with the XF23mm f/2.0, 
> or the XF35mm f/1.4 it is a great walk-around/street set up. IQ is identical 
> to the X-T2. I am not a fan of the Touch screen so for most functions I have 
> the Touch screen feature turned off, and use the ?joystick? for stuff 
> like moving focus points.
> It is so small that, though they perform well, some lenses, such as the 
> XF16mm f/1.4 just look silly on that small body, and in other than 
> exceptional situations will be used exclusively on the X-T2.
> <

So now you have three Fuji bodies...?

Conceptwise it seems to be like the Olympus Pen-F (also a street 
photography camera). How is it with larger/heavier lenses, given that 
the grip is quite small?
Alfred Molon

Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at photo sharing site