The ever-thoughtful Dan James has triggered me again (in a good way).

How has your experience been in finding the cameras that work best for you? Has it been more like a continual quest for the ideal camera or finding one that’s good enough for your needs, and making the best of it?Dan James

I’ve never had the money to be a frequent upgrader, but I had the urge to do so. I read too many gear reviewers and was always talking gear. But after I bought my Fuji X-T2 (used), I realised I didn’t care anymore. Some screws have fallen out from the bottom near the tripod mount. The base plate is scratched (I often used a tripod l bracket), and the paint is starting to wear from use. But I enjoy using the camera. Quite often, I fall asleep with the camera next to me on the couch. It’s no longer a camera. It’s a companion.

Memory Card For The Fujifilm X-T2

Fastest Memory Cards For The Fujifilm X-T2 - Alik Griffin by Alik GriffinAlik Griffin (Alik Griffin)

The XT2 has two UHS-II slots that can be setup as backup, overflow, or RAW+JPEG.


With the X-T2, UHS-II cards topping out at 157 MB/s, with an average of 153.79. This was with the Lexar 2000x.

This post has helped confirm what I already suspected. When I bought my X-T2 this year, I continued to use the 32GB Lexar 2000x SD card that I had used with my previous Nikon. I bought the 32GB Lexar 2000x SD card a few years ago because of the specs. I bought a second one for the second card slot. I rarely shoot video and I import my images to Adobe Lightroom after every shoot. The 32 GB card is sufficient for my needs.