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  1. I've recently taken the plunge and traded in an X-T1 for an X-T2. One thing I've noticed is that there isn't the depth of field with RAWs using at least two of my lenses (16-55mm and 50-140mm) that I'd become accustomed to with the X-T1. I very often use f8. I could rely on a decent depth of field. But not so using the X-T2 with RAWs appearing to me to be a bit lacking in DoF. I think I see a general softness in RAWs that also wasn't there with the X-T1. JPEGs, however, are brilliant. Could this be the larger sensor? Or could I be imagining things? Regards Chris
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