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    • I see a lot of Z7 posts and for me owning a D850 I thought adding a Z6 might be nice to have a smaller setup and smaller files. On the other hand getting used to the big beautiful files of the D850 is probably a driver for many to buy the Z7.

      I want to know what are the advantages and disadvantages of the two?

      What are your thoughts and is my impression wrong that most people get a Z7?

       

    • That's a good point, and it had occurred to me. But, as I noted in my original post, I might buy another prime lens if the digital zoom function were available.

    • The Fuji 100 series have a fixed lens so Fuji lose nothing. A different story with the ILCs where Fuji make money from selling more lenses - why would they want to lose money by losing sales?

    • I use the wonderful 18-55mm zoom lens for 80 percent of my photography with my X-E3. But when I want to travel light, I mount the 27mm f2.8 pancake lens, which turns the X-E3 into a pocketable camera. But more than a few times when I'm using the 27mm, I've wished the X-E3 had the digital zoom of the X100f. Maybe Fujifilm would consider adding that feature in the next firmware update for the X-E3. That feature would mean I could compose shots with my 27mm lens at the (35mm equivalents) of 41mm, 56mm and 80mm lenses. The addition of a digital zoom function on the X-E3 would certainly be encouragement for me to buy another prime lens, like the 18mm lens (which would become a 27mm, 40mm and 54mm lens). Does this feature appeal to other Fuji shooters?

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    • Arriving at sunrise I spent about 4 hours in Richmond Park. The low light was glorious even though frost still lay in the hollows and I was able to capture these 9 frames with XH1= 16-55mm f2.8 and XT2 + 100-400mm.
    • Arriving at sunrise I spent about 4 hours in Richmond Park. The low light was glorious even though frost still lay in the hollows and I was able to capture these 9 frames with XH1= 16-55mm f2.8 and XT2 + 100-400mm.
      The rangers house.
    • Arriving at sunrise I spent about 4 hours in Richmond Park. The low light was glorious even though frost still lay in the hollows and I was able to capture these 9 frames with XH1= 16-55mm f2.8 and XT2 + 100-400mm.
    • Arriving at sunrise I spent about 4 hours in Richmond Park. The low light was glorious even though frost still lay in the hollows and I was able to capture these 9 frames with XH1= 16-55mm f2.8 and XT2 + 100-400mm.
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