Does anyone have experience with Fuji's XT2 and XT20? I used to have a Fuji X100. Loved the color, the controls, the grain, and almost everything else about it, except its AF sucked assin low light, or in any light. I then moved on to Nikon Df, but the Df is now sitting around not doing anything because I find the Pixel 2's camera good enough and much more portable - Df is simply too big to take on hikes. The only problem with these cell phone cameras is that everything is in focus - there is no DOF. And the fake DOF looks fake, and only works on faces. So basically, my questions are as follows? Does the AF on the XT2 and XT20 still suck ass like the X100 (even after firmware upgrade)? I don't need the AF to be like a good SLR (the Df AF is actually kind of gimped, but at least I can stop action) as I'm mostly taking landscapes and portraits. How does the size / handling compare between XT2 and XT20? I am tending toward the smaller XT20, but the weatherproofing of the XT2 would come in very handy (I've hiked in the rain and dealt with semi-sandstorms from high winds). I figure with a lens, the weight difference wouldn't be huge. And I'd probably hang the camera off my shoulder harness in the open. So maybe I've answered my own question. I'm open to comments from Google search warriors too. Just too lazy and not enough time to do research. No, I don't want a Sony. Unless Sony has Velvia mode - and full manual controls laid out.