My Fuji XE-1 is on its last legs, after dutifully serving me for the past few years and surviving a fair amount of abuse, including being left outside in the rain.
I liked the range finder style of the XE-1 and all the control dials being on the outside. I think I’d like to stay within the Fuji line of mirrorless cameras (I still have the Fuji ‘kit’ lens in working order).
Obvious candidate was an XE-2 which is available for about £200. However I’ve been a bit more into shooting video the past couple years and have heard some pretty poor reviews of the XE-2 era Fuji cameras video capabilities.
Is there anything else in the Fuji line up that is as good for stills as the XE-1 but still has a video mode that will stand up to modern use? XT-1? XE-3?
Budget is as cheap as possible but can potentially wait a few months and save some more if it felt worth it (maybe £400 max?).