I've shot Canon cameras for years. With my enthusiasm waning, tired of lugging around a large DSLR and heavy lenses, I needed a change.
Mirrorless cameras are dominating camera sales. After reading countless camera reviews, watching YouTube videos, I purchase the APS-C format Fuji X-T3 camera and a few lenses.
Coming from a DSLR background, it took me a while to embrace the X-T3. Learning the new mirrorless system took time. Setting up the dials, button configuration, and ergonomics were a challenge.
The lighter setup renewed my enthusiasm for photography. Fuji listens to their customers, continue to improve with firmware updates, and new model releases.
Photography should be fun. I love shooting Fuji; they get what photographers want.
The Fujifilm X-T3 is a versatile mirrorless camera designed for landscape and action photographers. It has a APS-C format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor. With all the manual controls on top of the camera, it makes it fun to use.
The FUJIFILM X100V is the fifth-generation of the X100 series camera. The popular 100V boasts the same APS-C format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor as the T-3. It come with a fixed 23mm F 2.0 lens that is fast and sharp wide-open. It's a point & shoot on steroids.
The FUJIFILM XF 50-140mm f/2.8 /2.8 R LM OIS WR is a Fujifilm's Red Badge lenses. Red Badge series lenses are Fuji's best lenses. It's has a constant 2.8 aperture, weather-sealed, and has OIS. Any serious photographer has this lens in there bag.