I went from 145 to 185 in muscle, then all fat up to 240 (dated a girl who played WoW, so that's all we did in our free time). I'm not one for new year's resolutions, so it's not official, but my goal is to get down to 210 by summer. Actually, I really don't care about the weight. If I gain more muscle that's perfectly fine, but no fat.
So I honestly just wasn't really feeling it with the X-T2 after a while. It's a VERY solid camera and I'd still recommend it as top-notch to anyone who really wants to go mirrorless, but personally the compact-ness started to annoy me. I almost went full frame and got the 6D, but I really wanted the autofocus and 10FPS from the 7D MKII. I still have my X100T because I can carry it with me everywhere I go and it's amazing, but I replaced the X-T2 with a Canon 7D MKII. I really wanted something with more grip and better ergonomics, larger lens selection (I was almost starting to feel like I bought an Apple camera or something, which isn't really Fuji's fault, but damn. I'll check back in a few years when more 3rd party options are available), and better battery life.
Before I only had the Fuji 35mm f2, Fuji 56mm f1.2, and Pentax-M 100mm Macro, but now I have a much more well-rounded lens collection:
- Canon EF 50mm f1.8 STM
- Canon EF-S 18-135 IS STM
- Canon EF-S 10-18 IS STM
- Pentax-M 100mm Macro
Fotodiox Pentax to Canon lens mount adapter, for my Pentax-M 100mm Macro.
Two 64GB Lexar Pro 160 MB/s CF cards.
Two STK 2600 mAh batteries.
Next on the agenda is between:
- Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD ($450)
- Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM ($550)
Currently trying to find a direct comparison between them, but I can't. I've found separate reviews for both, and both say they're awesome. The Canon is newer tech and is supposedly vastly improved over their previous version, but the Tamron is $100 cheaper and is supposed to be amazing as well.