- Aug 24, 2012
- Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Curious about your thoughts on the Fuji X-T30 or the Sony a6400. I'm tempted by both of them but I see you are back from the X-T20 so I don't know. I see the a6400 has outstanding autofocus but of course no IBIS and not quite the selection of inexpensive lenses as µ4/3. And the X-T30 lost it's 4 way directional pad. Not sure I would be good without it. I guess there is always the X-T3.
I found the X-T20 to be really good at autofocusing and it got more hitters than I’m currently getting with the E-M5II. It’s the lenses that are holding me back from Fuji, however with the 16-80/4 due to arrive this year, that may be enough to tempt me back again. The 18-55 is good but no WR and the 16-55/2.8 is apparently good but no IS! I’m hovering over purchasing an X-T2 now that the prices are sensible, as one thing I did find was that the X-T20 was a bit small for me.
I’m not sure about Sony with their APS-C cameras, whereas if I had the money I would be using a A7 Mk III! I like the Sigma 1.4 trilogy and this would make an awesome APS-C kit, however I just don’t feel any draw towards the Sony A6000 series. If I was to go there, it’d be the A6500 series for the IBIS. But that IBIS isn’t all that good when compared to a GX9 or E-M5II. The AF on the A6500 is supposedly really good too, just not quite as good as the A6400.