Honestly, it's kind of perfect.
There is another review by me of the X-T20 which is a beautiful camera but I found it a little small in my hands so I did a deal with an artist friend. She got the camera and I'll get 2 of her paintings.
I loved the X-T20 and it was an easy decision to go with the X-T2 which has a slightly larger hand grip and is much better suited to my paws.
There is so much I love about this camera and it's hard to know where to start.
First of all, a lot of the functionality is done via physical dials on the camera. These are big and chunky and...best of all they are dials! I don't have to navigate my way through confusing menu screens to change some basic settings. I wanted a small camera. I've used large kit for decades and I wanted a camera I could keep in a small bag in the car. It fits the bill perfectly.
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